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Q&A: Beats Antique Discuss Touring, Twerking and Hanging Out With Robert Smith

Q&A: Beats Antique Discuss Touring, Twerking and Hanging Out With Robert Smith

Beats Antique make worldly music, and amidst a nationwide tour supporting their new album, A Thousand Faces- Part One, they’ll finally settle down in San Francisco for two concerts on their home turf at the Fillmore on November 16th and 17th. The members of Beats…

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Just Announced: Miley Cyrus’s Tongue is Coming to Oakland, San Jose

Just Announced: Miley Cyrus’s Tongue is Coming to Oakland, San Jose

Let the twerking and tongue wagging begin. Miley Cyrus continues her campaign for world domination with just-released dates for her Bangerz world tour.

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Arcade Fire, Phoenix Added to Not So Silent Night Lineup

Arcade Fire, Phoenix Added to Not So Silent Night Lineup

After releasing the first half of an expanded two-day lineup last week, Live 105 announced the remaining acts for Not So Silent Night, including Arcade Fire and Phoenix.

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Midnintes for Maniacs Brings ‘Acid Westerns’ to Castro and Roxie Theatres

Midnintes for Maniacs Brings ‘Acid Westerns’ to Castro and Roxie Theatres

Resident Maniac of San Francisco, Jesse Hawthorne Ficks, returns November 8, with an “Acid Westerns” triple bill that begins at The Castro Theatre and wraps up at the Roxie Theater. Kicking things off at The Castro is a Johnny Depp double feature, with this year’s…

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Flume Partners With Ghostface for Mixtape, Deluxe Album Release

Flume Partners With Ghostface for Mixtape, Deluxe Album Release

Australian producer Flume (Harley Streten) is set to release a four-disc deluxe edition of his debut self-titled album, featuring a new mixtape, remixes and production software.

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San Francisco Film Society Presents French Cinema Now Nov. 7 – 10

San Francisco Film Society Presents French Cinema Now Nov. 7 – 10

The San Francisco Film Society will be hosting its sixth annual French Cinema Now series at Landmark’s Clay Theatre November 7 – 10.  Like it’s other recent festival series, Hong Kong Film Cinema and Taiwan Days, French Cinema Now provides a small but substantial glimpse…

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Photos: Dia de los Muertos in the Mission District

Photos: Dia de los Muertos in the Mission District

The streets of the Mission District gave way to the annual Dia de los Muertos procession on Saturday, an event that honors the dead and the cycle of life.

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Interview: Atlas Genius Returns for Sold-Out Fillmore Show

Interview: Atlas Genius Returns for Sold-Out Fillmore Show

Australian alternative rock band Atlas Genius signaled their arrival following the meteoric rise of their hit single ‘Trojans” from When It Was Now, the band’s 2013 debut. We spoke with Keith Jeffrey (vocals/lead guitar) before Atlas Genius’ return to San Francisco on November 7 at…

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Photos: Party Shots From Above & Beyond at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Photos: Party Shots From Above & Beyond at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

In a city that loves to party, it’s no surprise Halloween-style festivities continued in San Francisco even after the holiday. On Friday, Costumed partiers filled Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for a sold out appearance from UK dance music trio Above & Beyond.

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Beer: New Awesome SF-based Web Series Celebrates Craft Brews

Beer: New Awesome SF-based Web Series Celebrates Craft Brews

Do you consider yourself a beer enthusiast? If so, you need to check out SF-based Oct 28 Productions’ new web series Brew Age. Brew Age: A Craft Beer Revolution is a stunning short format video series, documenting the home brewers and microbrewers alike that are…

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Photos: Iamsu and Sage the Gemini at the Regency for Heart Break Halloween

Photos: Iamsu and Sage the Gemini at the Regency for Heart Break Halloween

Bay Area rappers Iamsu and Sage the Gemini packed the Regency Ballroom for the sold-out Heart Break Halloween party last night. SF Station photographer Abe Coloma was there to catch the action.

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Photos: Crazy Fun With San Franpsycho’s Nerd-O-Ween at Churchill

Photos: Crazy Fun With San Franpsycho’s Nerd-O-Ween at Churchill

The crew from San Franpsycho took over Duboce Triangle hotspot Churchill for a night of nerdy Halloween.

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