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DJ Earworm Mixes 25 of the Year’s Biggest Pop Songs in One Mashup

DJ Earworm Mixes 25 of the Year’s Biggest Pop Songs in One Mashup

San Francisco-based Jordan Roseman aka DJ Earworm released his annual mashup, “United State of Pop 2014 (Do What You Wanna Do),” created using short snippets from 25 of the years’ top songs. DJ Earworm’s mixing style gradually layers samples, adds textures and builds momentum as…

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Giveaway: Enter to Win Tickets for Washed Out at 1015 Folsom

Giveaway: Enter to Win Tickets for Washed Out at 1015 Folsom

Ernest Greene, the chillwave producer better known as Washed Out, is back in San Francisco this week for a DJ set at 1015 Folsom. We’re giving away two pairs of tickets to two lucky winners. Leave a comment with your favorite rainy-day song for a…

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Best of 2014: DJ D-Sharp’s Best Songs of 2014

Best of 2014: DJ D-Sharp’s Best Songs of 2014

The official DJ for the Golden State Warriors, Oakland-based DJ D-Sharp can be found moving big crowds at clubs throughout the Bay Area when he’s not holding court at Oracle Arena. Below, he shares his picks for best songs of 2014: DJ Snake feat. Lil…

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Blackbird launches Game of Thrones Cocktail Menu

Blackbird launches Game of Thrones Cocktail Menu

Winter is coming. After season upon season of Game of Thrones, this phrase acquired an ominous meaning and became a staple among the show’s fans. Following in step, Market Street cocktail bar Blackbird is welcoming the winter season with a special cocktail menu inspired by…

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New Live Music Space ‘SoundBox’ Set to Open in Hayes Valley

New Live Music Space ‘SoundBox’ Set to Open in Hayes Valley

A new, experimental performance venue, SoundBox, is scheduled to open its doors in Hayes Valley on December 13 with a series of nighttime music selections curated by San Francisco Symphony. Previously used as a rehearsal room at the rear of Davies Symphony Hall, the space…

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Vau de Vire Society’s Mike Gaines Soiled Dove Dinner Theater Project

Vau de Vire Society’s Mike Gaines Soiled Dove Dinner Theater Project

The Vau de Vire Society is back in action starting this week with the Soiled Dove, a Barbary Coast themed dinner in the Mission District. The event held Dec.4 to Dec. 13 includes a five-course dinner as the Vau de Vire Society takes diners back…

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Best of 2014: Lights Down Low’s Favorite Tracks

Best of 2014: Lights Down Low’s Favorite Tracks

Lights Down Low founders and resident DJs Corey Sleazemore and Richie Panic have been involved with the San Francisco party scene for years. Starting with basements and small venues throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area, the Lights Down Low brand is now known for…

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Interview: Mystery Skulls Returns for Headlining Popscene Show

Interview: Mystery Skulls Returns for Headlining Popscene Show

Luis Dubuc, better known as Mystery Skulls, released his debut album Forever about a month ago,  landing in the No. 2 spot on the iTunes electronic albums chart with features from Nile Rodgers and Brandy. Boasting a Daft Punk-inspired, Motown-infused sound, this Warner Bros. signed…

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Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Boston will get a taste of “Kung Fu Panda” action with the recent acquisition of Giants third-base slugger Pablo Sandoval, and now the Bay Area will get a taste of East Coast staple Dunkin’ Donuts after the announcement of more than 200 new locations of…

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Interview: Swedish Producer Adrian Lux Brings ‘Make Out’ Party to Ruby Skye

Interview: Swedish Producer Adrian Lux Brings ‘Make Out’ Party to Ruby Skye

After months on the road this year, Swedish producer Adrian Lux is finally getting the opportunity to settle into his new home in the Hollywood Hills. The producer, known more for introspective productions than fist-pumping party anthems, stops at Ruby Skye on November 29 for…

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Interview: Watsky Comes Home For The Holidays

Interview: Watsky Comes Home For The Holidays

George Watsky brings his thought-provoking rhymes back to the Bay Area for two shows at the Regency Ballroom in support of his new record, All You Can Do. Born and raised in San Francisco, Watsky made a name for himself winning awards for spoken word…

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Party Options for Thanksgiving Week

Party Options for Thanksgiving Week

There are plenty of options to give thanks on the dance floor this weekend, from fist-pumping DJs like Alex Gaudino and Cosmic Gate to some of the Bay Area’s biggest hip hop DJs.

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