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Q&A: RJD2 Brings ‘More Than It Isn’t’ to 1015 Folsom

Q&A: RJD2 Brings ‘More Than It Isn’t’ to 1015 Folsom

RJD2, born Ramble John “RJ” Krohn, has a deep catalog of tracks that span hip hop, electronica, instrumental, rock and nu jazz that defy any one particular genre. Once a Bay Area resident, the producer/turntablist now now calls Philly home. He returns to 1015 Folsom…

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Point Break Live! Adds More DNA Lounge Dates

Point Break Live! Adds More DNA Lounge Dates

After a three-show run for Point Break Live! quickly sold out, organizers announced six more shows at DNA Lounge for early 2014.

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Lady Gaga to Return to Bay Area in 2014

Lady Gaga to Return to Bay Area in 2014

Lady Gaga unveiled details of her massive U.S. tour this week, Artrave: The Artpop Ball, starting next year and including a Bay Area stop at SAP Center in June.

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10 Winter Beers to Warm Up the Holidays

10 Winter Beers to Warm Up the Holidays

It’s not yet officially winter, but coinciding with the holidays and cold weather is the arrival of winter beers at Bay Area bars and retailers. We stopped at SoMA brew hub City Beer Store and Oakland beer house and bottle shop Beer Revolution to see what beers they recommend for the season.

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Best of 2013: Rolling Stone, Spin and Paste

Best of 2013: Rolling Stone, Spin and Paste

It’s officially “Best of” season with Rolling Stone, Spin and Paste releasing their lists for 50 best albums of 2013 this week.

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Dubstep Producer 12th Planet on Video Games, Life on the Road, the New Hyphy

Dubstep Producer 12th Planet on Video Games, Life on the Road, the New Hyphy

12th Planet’s off-axis beats and subsonic frequencies orbit on the forefront of global bass culture. The Los Angeles-based producer and his label Smog Records are widely credited for bringing the British dubstep movement to the U.S. We asked him about touring with Skrillex, his video…

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Skrillex Announces Bay Area ‘Takeover’ Shows

Skrillex Announces Bay Area ‘Takeover’ Shows

Skrillex announced a series of international “takeover’ events today, kicking off in San Francisco this February.

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Photos: Pretty Lights at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Photos: Pretty Lights at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Colorado-based producer Pretty Lights lived up to his name Friday, packing Bill Graham Civic Center with a massive laser as he led a live band through his tracks.

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Photos: Pusha T Puts ‘Numbers on the Boards’ at Mezzanine

Photos: Pusha T Puts ‘Numbers on the Boards’ at Mezzanine

Pusha T made his way to San Francisco last night for show at Mezzanine.

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Now Playing: Frozen, Hole in the Head, or Tall & Happy

Now Playing: Frozen, Hole in the Head, or Tall & Happy

It’s an odd mix of films as Hollywood adjusts to the Catching Fire phenomenon. But this Thanksgiving week, we have a few suggestions: go for a walk; give thanks for whatever you have — remember that there’s somebody who has less stuff and/or more problems…

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Five Places to Party After Thanksgiving

Five Places to Party After Thanksgiving

There are plenty of options to avoid a post-Thanksgiving turkey coma this year. Here are our top five picks for hitting the dance floor after the holiday.

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Movie Review: Jason Statham’s ‘Homefront’ Isn’t a Safe Place

Movie Review: Jason Statham’s ‘Homefront’ Isn’t a Safe Place

A Jason Statham led flick with James Franco as the primary villain, co-starring Winona Ryder and Kate Bosworth, and with a script from Sylvester Stallone — yes, that Sylvester Stallone — sounds intriguing. Not in the sense that it could be a quality film, the…

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