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Q&A: Mick Mars of Motley Crue

Q&A: Mick Mars of Motley Crue

After numerous near-death experiences, substance abuse disasters, and personal and professional collapses, Mötley Crüe has somehow managed to keep touring 30 years after it was formed in Los Angeles. The band returns to San Francisco this week for an all-star 80s revival show with Poison…

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DJ Q&A: Kingdom

DJ Q&A: Kingdom

Ezra Rubin, aka Kingdom, has been an exciting face for bass-heavy dance music, drawing from a variety of styles, from jungle to R&B. He performs at Tormenta Tropical on Saturday during a showcase for the up-and-coming label he started with two of his peers, Nguzunguzu…

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Giveaway: Dinner at Thompson’s at Brick & Mortar

Giveaway: Dinner at Thompson’s at Brick & Mortar

Just in time for the sunshine, Dinner at Thompson’s arrives in San Francisco this weekend with a nice mix of layered funk break and vocal melodies perfect for summertime. We’re giving away a pair of tickets for their show this weekend in SF.

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Preview: Seryn at Hotel Utah

Preview: Seryn at Hotel Utah

Seryn from Denton, Texas, arrives at Hotel Utah this Sunday. Buyer beware: Prepare for greatness.

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Spank Rock and Boys Noize team up on new album

Spank Rock and Boys Noize team up on new album

Electro-rapper phenomenon Naeem Juwan is back with a killer new sound and a rocking forthcoming album entitled Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a Fucking Liar, set to be released on September 27th.

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Hot Track: Teddybears feat. Cee-Lo, B-52's

Hot Track: Teddybears feat. Cee-Lo, B-52's

Take a listen to Swedish band Teddybears newest single, “Cho Cha.” Featuring the vocals of CeeLo Green and The B-52′s,” this single is full of funk, electronica, and pop.

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Kreayshawn Signs to Columbia Records

Kreayshawn Signs to Columbia Records

Love it or hate it, get ready for more “Gucci Gucci” in your life. Kreayshawn, an unsuspecting tattooed-and-pierce 21-year-old white girl from Oakland, just signed with Columbia Records.

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Preview: Dave Nada at Lights Down Low

Preview: Dave Nada at Lights Down Low

Lights Down Low kicks off a summer of loud parties this Friday night at SOM with a solid lineup of DJs including headliner Dave Nada, the creator of moombahton, a new genre taking the world by storm.

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Hot Track: "East Harlem" – Beirut

Hot Track: "East Harlem" – Beirut

It’s been four years since the indie-folk Beirut have graced our ears with a new album. This year, they’re coming back with the full-length album The Rip Tide, set for release August 30th. Here’s an upcoming preview with their newest single “East Harlem.”

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Preview: Young Widows at Thee Parkside

Preview: Young Widows at Thee Parkside

Louisville’s Young Widows are playing  June 10th at Thee Parkside. Like a cage of unleashed demons, the trio’s haunting, persistent patterns will stalk your mind and stick in your ears — and judging by their latest video, there will be blood.

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U2 360 Tour Arrives in Oakland Tonight

U2 360 Tour Arrives in Oakland Tonight

The U2 touring juggernaut arrives in Oakland tonight for a concert experience that is nothing short of amazing.

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Band to watch: The Apache Relay

Band to watch: The Apache Relay

The Apache Relay’s new album, American Nomad, is the perfect selection for anyone who refuses to categorize their musical tastes by genre. It’s an amazing mix of motown, country, rock, soul, and acoustic influences that make you feel free to like whatever you please.

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