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Iamsu Shares Details on ‘Sincerely Yours’ Album at Listening Party

Iamsu Shares Details on ‘Sincerely Yours’ Album at Listening Party

Sudan Ahmeer Williams, the 24 year-old Richmond native known to most as Iamsu, has built a solid reputation as a leader among the Bay Area’s new crop of talented young rappers. With 10 acclaimed mixtapes over the past four years, he is finally set to…

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Paul McCartney Announces Farewell Concert at Candlestick Park on August 14

Paul McCartney Announces Farewell Concert at Candlestick Park on August 14

After months of back-and-forth between city representatives, Paul McCartney has officially confirmed he will play the final concert at Candlestick Park on August 14. According to industry sources, tickets will go on sale May 5 but prices are still unknown. A statement on The Beatles…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

This weekend, we’ve got Grammy winners, wine coolers, and two nights of 100 percent wax at San Francisco’s best parties.

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Q&A: Comedian Caitlin Gill Gives Us the Business

Q&A: Comedian Caitlin Gill Gives Us the Business

A rising voice in the Bay Area’s comedy scene, Caitlin Gill got her start working open mics around San Francisco before becoming a regular at events like SF Sketchfest and a member of local comedy troupe the Business. In addition to regular gigs locally, her…

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Rachel Rosen Gives a Behind the Scenes Look at San Francisco Film Festival

Rachel Rosen Gives a Behind the Scenes Look at San Francisco Film Festival

The 57th San Francisco Film Festival is back April 24 and through May 8 with more than 165 films and numerous events and award nights. This year features some exciting films and guests like Jeremy Irons and Richard Linklater. Rachel Rosen, the Director of Programming…

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Eyes on the Shore Discuss The Lineup Showcase, Oysterfest

Eyes on the Shore Discuss The Lineup Showcase, Oysterfest

Eyes on the Shore haven’t been on the scene for long, but with an energetic style of music that blends heartfelt blues guitars with edgy bass lines and dynamic vocals, they’ve acquired a quickly growing fan base. The charismatic and recently transformed four piece knows…

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Live Review: Hauschka Brings Psychedelic Piano to Yoshi’s on 420

Live Review: Hauschka Brings Psychedelic Piano to Yoshi’s on 420

While most people spent their Easter holiday either surrounded by family or at Golden Gate Park celebrating 420, Volker Bertelmann, aka Hauschka, found his way to Yoshi’s for an intimate performance at one of San Francisco’s best jazz venues. It was a snug setting. Five…

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Photos: Dance Music, Costumes and Live Art Converge at Bicycle Day

Photos: Dance Music, Costumes and Live Art Converge at Bicycle Day

Bicycle Day took over the Regency Ball room with two days of dance music throughout the venue’s three floors with live painting, performance art and more.

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Photos: Party Shots from Duke Dumont at Mezzanine

Photos: Party Shots from Duke Dumont at Mezzanine

UK producer Duke Dumont brought the party to Mezzanine between gigs at Coachella last week.

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Live Review: Disclosure Brings ‘Wild Life’ to Greek Theatre

Live Review: Disclosure Brings ‘Wild Life’ to Greek Theatre

Brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence showed the Bay Area on Friday why their house and garage duo Disclosure is currently one of the hottest acts touring today.

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Live Review: Queens of the Stone Age at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Live Review: Queens of the Stone Age at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Queens of the Stone Age brought their brand of dark stoner rock from the desert to the North Bay with a sold out performance at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. In between weekends at Coachella, Josh Homme and company snuck in a trip to San…

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Review: British Rock Band The 1975 Break Out at the Fillmore

Review: British Rock Band The 1975 Break Out at the Fillmore

The 1975 kicked off its North American headline tour with two sold out shows at the Fillmore. Led by singer Matty Healy, who drew all the attention with an unbuttoned black shirt revealing a grapefruit-sized chest tattoo, the Manchester quartet sustained a kinetic energy throughout most of its extended set and multi-song encore.

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