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Clean Bandit Bring Modern Classics to Regency Ballroom

Clean Bandit Bring Modern Classics to Regency Ballroom

Clean Bandit is made up of brothers Jack and Luke Patterson, Grace Chatto and Neil Amin-Smith. After coming together in college, Jack and Grace moved to Russia to further their education. They ended up making music together and invited Neil and Luke out to record…

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Belle and Sebastian Return With Greek Theatre Show

Belle and Sebastian Return With Greek Theatre Show

Scottish indie rockers, Belle and Sebastian, have returned to action with their first in record in five years, Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, and stop through the Bay Area with a performance at Berkeley’s Greek Theater. Stuart Murdoch and company have been making records…

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Photos: ‘Hunky Jesus’ Resurrected in Golden Gate Park

Photos: ‘Hunky Jesus’ Resurrected in Golden Gate Park

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence make Easter Sunday every year sexy with their annual Hunky Jesus party, now at Golden Gate Park.

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Audio on the Bay Returns with Showtek, Knife Party and Martin Garrix

Audio on the Bay Returns with Showtek, Knife Party and Martin Garrix

The Bay Area’s newest three-day electronic music festival, Audio on the Bay, descends once again on Richmond’s Craneway Pavilion over Memorial Day weekend, headlined by Dutch act Showtek, house duo Knife Party and rising EDM talent Martin Garrix. Hosted by Electric Daisy Carnival organizers Insomniac,…

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Tanlines and King Tuff to Headline 5th Annual Phono del Sol Festival

Tanlines and King Tuff to Headline 5th Annual Phono del Sol Festival

Back for its 5th year, Phono del Sol festival will host a full day of indie music and delicious local treats at Potrero del Sol Park (25th Street and Utah) in the Mission, headlined by electro rock band Tanlines and psychedelic garage rockers King Tuff….

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

A healthy mix of underground and mainstream grace the decks in SF for San Francisco’s best parties this weekend. Lee Foss brings the deep bassline while Loudpvck should get the head-bangers out in full force. Visit the SF Station events calendar for complete listings. Thursday April 2:…

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Sound Bites: Al’s Place Chef-Owner Aaron London Brings Veggies to the Forefront

Sound Bites: Al’s Place Chef-Owner Aaron London Brings Veggies to the Forefront

Al’s Place, on Valencia near 26th St., has gained a lot of attention in culinary circles with its unique approach to proteins. Vegetarian entrées are the focus of the new American menu with meat and fish sides, ranging from $10 to $17, that can be…

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Full Lineup Announced for 58th San Francisco International Film Festival

Full Lineup Announced for 58th San Francisco International Film Festival

The San Francisco International Film Festival is back for it’s 58th year, running April 23 through May 7. The San Francisco Film Society announced the full lineup today of all 181 films. Out of the 181 films, 65 are narrative features and 35 are documentary…

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Daily Lineup Announced for Outside Lands

Daily Lineup Announced for Outside Lands

After selling out general admission tickets in record time last week, Outside Lands organizers announced the daily lineup today for the music festival, arriving in Golden Gate Park on August 7-9.

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Photos: Toro y Moi Previews ‘What For?’ at the Independent

Photos: Toro y Moi Previews ‘What For?’ at the Independent

Chaz Bundick, the creative force behind Toro y Moi, was at the Independent on Saturday for a sold-out show that offered an early glimpse of his excellent new album What For?.

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Photos: Travis Scott and Young Thug at the Warfield

Photos: Travis Scott and Young Thug at the Warfield

Travis Scott and Young Thug were in the building at the Warfield on Sunday for the Bay Area stop on the Rodeo Tour.

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Movie Review: ‘The Wrecking Crew’ are the Unsung Heroes of Rock History

Movie Review: ‘The Wrecking Crew’ are the Unsung Heroes of Rock History

19 years in the making, Denny Tedesco’s The Wrecking Crew tells the tale of the unsung heroes of the birth of rock ‘n’ roll in America. Tedesco’s father, Tommy Tedesco, was a guitarist and one of the so-called Wrecking Crew, a group of studio musicians…

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