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Mad Decent Block Party Returns, First Round of Lineup Announced

Mad Decent Block Party Returns, First Round of Lineup Announced

Electronic music mega star Diplo and his Mad Decent crew have been throwing block parties nationwide for many years, including the past two in Berkeley. On September 10, their Mad Decent Block Party returns to its third iteration in Northern California. Although the music lineups…

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Just Announced: Win A Ticket to See Metallica Play Inside Berkeley’s Rasputin Music For Record Store Day

Just Announced: Win A Ticket to See Metallica Play Inside Berkeley’s Rasputin Music For Record Store Day

Grammy Award-winning, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Metallica will hold a very special performance inside the Rasputin Music record store in Berkeley on Saturday, April 16. This intimate show will be to celebrate Record Store Day 2016, for which the band has been…

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Deerhunter Coming to the Fillmore and UC Theatre

Deerhunter Coming to the Fillmore and UC Theatre

Atlanta-based artists Deerhunter bring pop songwriting, sun-dazed psychedelia, and genre-bending rock to the Fillmore on Wednesday, April 18 and the UC Theatre in Berkeley on Tuesday, April 19. +Tickets for the UC Theatre show go on sale this Friday, February 5 at 10am +Fillmore show already…

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Jessica Eastburn’s Solo Show Brings A Fresh Style of Contemporary Art to North Berkeley

Jessica Eastburn’s Solo Show Brings A Fresh Style of Contemporary Art to North Berkeley

Totally Rad Gallery in North Berkeley brings Jessica Eastburn’s contemporary artwork to the East Bay for its second show of the year next Saturday, February 6th. Eastburn has been letting random images creep into her abstract paintings for the last three years. Having grown up…

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New Berkeley Venue To Open with Best Coast, WAVVES

New Berkeley Venue To Open with Best Coast, WAVVES

The Bay Area has an exciting new concert venue opening up in downtown Berkeley in 2016. The 1,400 person capacity UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall is currently undergoing a $5.6 million renovation and was originally slated to open in 2015 but now has a…

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17th Annual Animation Show of Shows Expands to the Bay Area

17th Annual Animation Show of Shows Expands to the Bay Area

An awe-inspiring compilation of 11 award-winning short films tours the Bay Area this month as part of the 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows. This one-of-a-kind event opens in three theaters across Northern California. First stop was San Francisco’s Vogue Theatre last weekend, then on…

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Slaptop’s Summer Vibes Travel From Forgotten Beaches to Major Festivals

Slaptop’s Summer Vibes Travel From Forgotten Beaches to Major Festivals

This weekend, San Francisco resident and electronic producer Slaptop will soak in the sights and sounds of Outside Lands and come September 11, he shares a stage with Diplo at the 7th annual Mad Decent Block Party at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre. Luke Frisher, AKA Slaptop,…

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Photos: Alt-J and Tycho Light Up Berkeley

Photos: Alt-J and Tycho Light Up Berkeley

Alt-J and Tycho were at the Greek Theater for two amazing shows last Thursday & Friday – April 16th & 17th. The colors portrayed by Tycho’s lighting seemed to capture the colorful melodies and riffs performed by the live artists. The combination of electronic and…

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Mad Decent Block Party Returns with Massive Lineup

Mad Decent Block Party Returns with Massive Lineup

Electronic record label Mad Decent, spearheaded by genre-mashing producer Diplo, announced a massive lineup expansion to their annual Block Party, returning to Berkeley’s Greek Theatre on September 11. With six years of block parties under their belt, the Philadelphia via Los Angeles-based Mad Decent crew…

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Q&A: Rebelution’s Eric Rachmany on Legalizing Marijuana, Living in SF

Q&A: Rebelution’s Eric Rachmany on Legalizing Marijuana, Living in SF

Eric Rachmany, founder and lead singer of reggae group Rebelution, isn’t shy about with his feelings on marijuana legalization. Channeling a quote from Bob Marley with roots in the Bible: “Cannabis is the healing of the nation.”

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Disclosure Bring ‘Wild Life’ Party to Greek Theatre

Disclosure Bring ‘Wild Life’ Party to Greek Theatre

Grammy-nominated electronic duo, Disclosure, announced two U.S. dates and lineups what they’re calling “Wild Life” parties, with friends, DJs and artists joining the English duo April 18 at Berkeley’s Greek Theater.

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Famed Chez Panisse Reopens in Berkeley

Famed Chez Panisse Reopens in Berkeley

It has been a long three and a half months, but diners have to wait no longer, as Chez Panisse is opening its doors again on Monday.

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