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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Playlist

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Playlist

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass consistently has one of the best lineups of the Bay Area music festival season, and this year is no exception. The festival returns this year with sets by rockers Kurt Vile, Thurston Moore, Broken Social Scene and Bob Mould, alongside Americana, blues…

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Review: Earthdance Festival

Review: Earthdance Festival

The Earthdance Global Festival for Peace has been going on for over a decade now with the intention of cultivating community, unity and peace through music around the world.

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Avey Tare Announces Winter Tour

Avey Tare Announces Winter Tour

Nearly a year after releasing his solo debut Down There,  Avey Tare will embark on a winter headlining tour.

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Monday Mix: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area this Week

Monday Mix: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area this Week

Happy Monday, San Francisco! It’s time to celebrate the new week with a mixtape featuring artists that are in town for the next few days. This Monday Mix includes tracks from Neon Trees, TV On the Radio and Dominant Legs.

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Preview: Nurses at Café du Nord

Preview: Nurses at Café du Nord

Nurses are bringing their blend of blissed-out psychedelic pop to Café du Nord in celebration of the release of their new album, Dracula (Dead Oceans). This a show for fans of low-fidelity recordings, jacked-up dance beats, hooky pop and Prince.

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Album Review: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, "Hysterical"

Album Review: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, "Hysterical"

OK, there’s no use burying the lede: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have written a fantastic Killers record. The 12 tracks on Hysterical are a blur, with nothing to grasp onto and little to find memorable.

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Photos: LovEvolution at Oakland Coliseum

Photos: LovEvolution at Oakland Coliseum

After a year hiatus, LovEvolution returned with a new look yesterday at Oakland Coliseum. Our photographer was there to catch all of the action.

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Live Review: James Blake at the Fillmore

Live Review: James Blake at the Fillmore

Wednesday night the remarkably gifted James Blake descended upon the Fillmore to deliver one of the best live sets I’ve seen this year.

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Album Stream: Big Troubles “Romantic Comedy”

Album Stream: Big Troubles “Romantic Comedy”

One of the best new shoegaze dream pop acts of 2010, Big Troubles, was discovered by Matt Mondanile of Real Estate & Ducktails. Their killer home-recorded debut “Worry,” released on Old English Spelling Bee, is an ethereal and balmy aural experience that bathes the listener…

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Bon Iver dazzles sold out crowd at Greek Theater

Bon Iver dazzles sold out crowd at Greek Theater

A very humbled Justin Vernon, known to us as Bon Iver (pronounced bohn eevair; French for “good winter”) dazzled a sold out crowd at Berkeley’s Greek Theater last night. “We are very lucky,” Vernon told the crowd as he tried to explain the magnitude of…

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Preview: Atom™, Safety Scissors at GAFFTA

Preview: Atom™, Safety Scissors at GAFFTA

This Saturday, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) is excited to present the SF debut of Atom™. He has prepared a live A/V set and will be supported by Safety Scissors

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Video: Wavves "Bug"

Video: Wavves "Bug"

In the video for their new single “Bug,” Wavves gets loaded, plays Monopoly, and hangs out with a gun toting mermaid.

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