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Listen to SF Station on BFF.fm Online Radio

Listen to SF Station on BFF.fm Online Radio

SF Station is joining local online radio station BFF.fm – Best Frequencies Forever for a weekly online radio broadcast, Tuesdays from 2pm to 4pm.

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Q&A: Italian Producer Crookers Brings ‘Sixteen Chapel’ to Temple

Q&A: Italian Producer Crookers Brings ‘Sixteen Chapel’ to Temple

Phra Barbaglia, an Italian electronic producer better known as Crookers, is set to release his third album Sixteen Chapel later this spring, but before that he’s bringing a genre-bending party to Temple this Saturday. We spoke to Phra about his evolution from turntablist to producer,…

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Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield to Revisit Elliott Smith in San Francisco

Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield to Revisit Elliott Smith in San Francisco

Seth Avett, one of the founding members of the Avett Brothers, and Jessica Lea Mayfield have teamed up to honor the late Elliott Smith with their album Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield Sing Elliott Smith and a supporting tour that stops at the Palace…

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Coachella Reveals Massive 2015 Food Lineup

Coachella Reveals Massive 2015 Food Lineup

Coachella is following in the foot steps of Outside Lands with a food lineup featuring some of the hottest eateries from the LA scene. The Coachella 2015 food lineup offers a full range of simple bites like pizza and grilled cheese and gourmet options such as…

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Road Trippin: Photos From San Diego’s Inaugural CRSSD Festival

Road Trippin: Photos From San Diego’s Inaugural CRSSD Festival

We hit the road to San Diego over the weekend for the first-ever CRSSD Festival, featuring Empire of the Sun, Chromeo, Odesza and many more over two days.

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UK Multi-Instrumentalist Jack Garratt to Make SF Debut at Sold-Out Popscene Show

UK Multi-Instrumentalist Jack Garratt to Make SF Debut at Sold-Out Popscene Show

London-based troubadour Jack Garratt alternates live singing with vocal samples while simultaneously playing the guitar and keyboard, using loop pedals for bass and drums, and tinkering with his laptop. He can also play the trombone, harmonica, mandolin and ukulele. Garratt wraps up his U.S. tour…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

The weekend starts early with some big parties Thursday night and doesn’t stop until the early morning on Sunday. Get sax-y with Bakermat, trip out with Shpongle or kick it old school with Felix da Housecat—it’s time to dance.

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Q&A: Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

Q&A: Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

The charm in Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra is easy to see for anyone who’s lucky enough to be looking. It only begins with the unapologetic fervor displayed on stage at each truly unique and intoxicating show, but can also be found on…

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Photos: Sunday Funday With Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival

Photos: Sunday Funday With Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival

The Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival was back with another sold-out extravaganza at Jack London Square, featuring unique bacon-infused recipes and local favorites from the craft beer scene.

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Photos: Eric Prydz Packs Mezzanine for a Sold-Out Party

Photos: Eric Prydz Packs Mezzanine for a Sold-Out Party

Swedish producer Eric Prydz had the club dripping with hot beats during an intimate, sold-out party Friday at Mezzanine. Photos by SF Station photographer Ally Panda.

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Photos: We’re All We Need With Above & Beyond in SF

Photos: We’re All We Need With Above & Beyond in SF

Trance veterans Above & Beyond took over Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for two massive parties on Friday on Saturday.

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Interview: OK Go Shoots for the Moon With New Album, Tour

Interview: OK Go Shoots for the Moon With New Album, Tour

It’s been six years and 25 million views since OK Go went viral with an epic choreographed treadmill video, and the band is showing no signs of slowing. In addition to a new album, Hungry Ghosts, and handful of other video antics, The band kicks…

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