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Q&A: Easy Star All-Stars Celebrate Complete Catalog at Slim’s

Q&A: Easy Star All-Stars Celebrate Complete Catalog at Slim’s

Reggae music collective Easy Star All-Stars have announced additional dates to their current U.S. tour, including June 20 at Slim’s, with the band playing hits from all of their cover albums plus original material. This rotating roster of musicians and singers, which started back in…

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Q&A: Jaga Jazzist Re-Emerge in SF with ‘Starfire’

Q&A: Jaga Jazzist Re-Emerge in SF with ‘Starfire’

Norweigan experimental band Jaga Jazzist visit the Independent on June 18 following the release of their fifth full-length studio album, Starfire. With over 20 years experience making music, the Oslo-based group of eight multi-instrumentalists thoughtfully manipulate atmospheric sounds, demonstrating a strong-willed distaste for orthodoxy. Jaga…

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Jedi Mind Tricks Return to Form with New Record, Tour

Jedi Mind Tricks Return to Form with New Record, Tour

Philadelphia hip-hop duo, Jedi Mind Tricks, return to form with a new record, The Thief and the Fallen, featuring a reunion with producer Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind, and a stop in SF on Tuesday. Since 1993, the saga of Jedi Mind Tricks has been…

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West Coast Craft: Not-to-Miss Vendors

West Coast Craft: Not-to-Miss Vendors

With over 270 artists, designers and craftspeople presenting their unique goods at this weekends West Coast Craft at Fort Mason Center, it might be easy to miss something essential, so we put together a few of our favorites: Jewelry: Spark and Pepper Korea-born, San Francisco-based…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Roller discos, white parties, and lively house music await.  Burn off the fog dancing at San Francisco’s best parties. Visit the SF Station events calendar for more event listings. Friday, June 12: Justin Jay at Temple At just 21 years old, Justin Jay is the youngest artist…

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The National, Deadmau5 to Headline Treasure Island Music Festival 2015

The National, Deadmau5 to Headline Treasure Island Music Festival 2015

This October 17th and 18th tens of thousands of music fans will swarm the island in the bay to see The National, Deadmau5, Robyn & La Bagatelle Magique, Run The Jewels, CHVRCHES, The War On Drugs, Azealia Banks, Father John Misty and more perform at…

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Photos: Lupe Fiasco at the Regency Ballroom

Photos: Lupe Fiasco at the Regency Ballroom

Mon Jun 8 at the Regency Ballroom. Photos by Abe Coloma. See entire gallery

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Indie Slash Ends 10-Year Run at Amnesia, Rebrands as “Fine Time”

Indie Slash Ends 10-Year Run at Amnesia, Rebrands as “Fine Time”

After celebrating their 9-year anniversary last year, monthly synth-pop dance party Indie Slash turns 10 and will be throwing their final bash (‘The Last Slash‘) on Friday, June 12 at Amnesia. Since 2005, Indie Slash organizers have showcased all the great vocal electronic dance music…

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Photos: SF Design Week Opening Reception at Pier 27

Photos: SF Design Week Opening Reception at Pier 27

Thu Jun 4 at Pier 27. Photos by Gabby Gamboa. See entire gallery

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SF Commits $7 Million to Support the Arts

SF Commits $7 Million to Support the Arts

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced a “Shared Prosperity for the Arts Package,” in which the city will contribute $7 million for the next two years to programs supporting the arts. The new funding package includes a $2 million enhancement to the Cultural Equity Endowment…

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San Francisco Rapper Watsky Releases “Live at the Regency Ballroom” via BitTorrent

San Francisco Rapper Watsky Releases “Live at the Regency Ballroom” via BitTorrent

San Francisco born rapper and wordsmith, Watsky, unveils his most recent release, Live at the Regency Ballroom, in techy fashion as part of a digital collection exclusively available via BitTorrent Bundle. George Watsky started out building his reputation as a slam poet in San Francisco,…

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Q&A: STRFKR & Jeffrey Paradise Ready for Summertime Radness

Q&A: STRFKR & Jeffrey Paradise Ready for Summertime Radness

This Sunday, STRFKR and Jeffrey Paradise will take to the decks at the Phoenix Hotel for an epic pool party dubbed “Summertime Radness.” We sat down with Jeffrey Paradise, half of Poolside, and Josh Hodges of STRFKR to talk about their music, their favorite drinks…

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