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Ceremony Kicks Off Tour with New Album, New Sound

Ceremony Kicks Off Tour with New Album, New Sound

Rohnert Park punk rockers, Ceremony, are due to release their fifth studio album, The L-Shaped Man, on May 19th. Supported by a double video for the songs “The Separation” and “The Understanding,” the two videos explore the aftermath of a breakup as front man Ross…

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Photos: Alison Wonderland at 1015 Folsom

Photos: Alison Wonderland at 1015 Folsom

Friday May 16th, 2015 at 1015 Folsom. Photos by Luis Rocha. See entire gallery

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The Book of Mormon Scavenger Hunt Comes to SF

The Book of Mormon Scavenger Hunt Comes to SF

On Saturday, May 16, musical fans will embark on a mission through the city to win a pair of tickets to The Book of Mormon at the Orpheum Theatre. From South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q composer Robert Lopez, the wildly…

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Nicolas Jaar, Kaytranada, tUnE-yArDs, Sylvan Esso, Ibeyi to Perform at Symbiosis 10 Year Gathering

Nicolas Jaar, Kaytranada, tUnE-yArDs, Sylvan Esso, Ibeyi to Perform at Symbiosis 10 Year Gathering

  Minimal electronic artist Nicolas Jaar, experimental sister duo CocoRosie, and UK breakbeat act Tipper have been announced as headliners for Symbiosis Gathering 2015, celebrating the festival’s 10th anniversary September 17-20 at the Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale, California. The four-day, mid-sized festival returns to the…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

ILoveMakonnen will have the club going up, while John Dalhback and Moguai get the club jumping with upbeat, electro house; all on Saturday. And as the dance floor heats up, we know the party can’t stop there, ’cause the very next day, Bay to Breakers hits,…

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Metallica – Lords of Summer (The Glitch Mob Remix)

Metallica – Lords of Summer (The Glitch Mob Remix)

The Glitch Mob are back with a heavy remix of Metallica’s “Lords of Summer.” This aggressive track fuses Metallica’s thrashing metal distortion with a dubstep beat, once again showing how compatible the two genres are. Bringing in snippets of Hetfield’s vocals, the live electronic group…

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First Listen: Thee Oh Sees’ New Album, ‘Mutilator Defeated At Last’

First Listen: Thee Oh Sees’ New Album, ‘Mutilator Defeated At Last’

Psychedelic garage rock band Thee Oh Sees are back in the fold, streaming their newest album, Mutilator Defeated At Last, ahead of its official release date on May 18. With their hometown in San Francisco, Thee Oh Sees originally formed back in 1997, but the…

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Nightlife Live Summer Series 2015

Nightlife Live Summer Series 2015

Nightlife LIVE is back with their Summer Music Series.  Once a month, from May – October, science, art, music and entertainment come together, providing an excellent opportunity to experience the Academy of Sciences in a completely different way. This summer, there will be events presented…

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16 Things to See and Do at Maker Faire Bay Area

16 Things to See and Do at Maker Faire Bay Area

The “Greatest Show and Tell on Earth” is coming to the Bay Area with over 900 exhibitors, 12 stages, more than 300 presentations. There are more things to see and do than a human could ever cover in only two days, so we put together…

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Photos: Oysterfest Stays Warm with Good Eats & Beats

Photos: Oysterfest Stays Warm with Good Eats & Beats

Saturday, May 9th at Sharon Meadow in Golden Gate Park. Featuring Grand Master Flash, Warren G, Thievery Corporation. Photos by Ally Panda. See entire gallery

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Chicano Batman Crusades the Bay Area For Two Nights

Chicano Batman Crusades the Bay Area For Two Nights

Chicano Batman, a four-piece band from Los Angeles, bring their unique blend of Latin, Psychedelic Soul to the Bay Area for two performances; fresh off the heels of Coachella. Singer Bardo Martinez and the rest of Chicano Batman had a vision to recreate and expose…

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Tim Robbins Reads John Cage with SF Symphony Accompaniment

Tim Robbins Reads John Cage with SF Symphony Accompaniment

Academy Award-winning actor Tim Robbins will recite American maverick John Cage’s experimental spoken-word piece, Lecture on Nothing, with accompaniment from the San Francisco Symphony on Saturday, May 16th. The SF Symphony will perform Cage’s complete hypnotic masterpiece Renga, with a unique, multimedia presentation. Video projections will be shown…

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