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Live Review: Blood Orange Brings Lovelorn Realness to San Francisco

Live Review: Blood Orange Brings Lovelorn Realness to San Francisco

“Did you catch the blood red moon the other night?” To answer this ubiquitous question: no I did not. However, I did catch Blood Orange on a break between Coachella appearances at Great American Music Hall. If a red tinted moon could be a signal of impending doom, then last night was a dead man’s party for sure.

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Lake Street Dive take over Great American Music Hall

Lake Street Dive take over Great American Music Hall

Dive bars and Jazz music often go hand in hand, a formula that the promising indie jazz and soul rockers from Boston, Lake Street Dive, have adopted.

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Coachella Artists Performing in the Bay Area

Coachella Artists Performing in the Bay Area

A great benefit for music fans in the Bay Area is the tendency for the majority Coachella artists to perform in the Bay Area.

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Beneath the Brine: The Family Crest Prepares for Record Release Show

Beneath the Brine: The Family Crest Prepares for Record Release Show

San Francisco’s the Family Crest may be a bit unconventional, but the band members don’t fall short of living up to their name.

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Q&A: The Mother Hips Close 2013 With the ‘Ultimate Set List’

Q&A: The Mother Hips Close 2013 With the ‘Ultimate Set List’

The Mother Hips, a fixture in the Bay Area rock scene since 1996, are finishing the year with with two hometown shows in San Francisco before ringing in the new year in their old Chico stomping grounds.

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Q&A: Alex Brown Church of Sea Wolf

Q&A: Alex Brown Church of Sea Wolf

Alex Brown Church, a former Berkeley resident now living in LA, has released three albums under his alias Sea Wolf.

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Q&A: Yoni Wolf of WHY?

Q&A: Yoni Wolf of WHY?

Yoni Wolf’s main objective is simple: make good music. But the music of his band, Why?, performing March 5 and March 6 in the Bay Area, is far more complex.

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Interview: White Arrows Hits the Road for Coachella, Noise Pop

Interview: White Arrows Hits the Road for Coachella, Noise Pop

With just one album out, Dry Land Is Not A Myth, 2013 is shaping up to be a big year for White Arrows and singer Mickey Church. The band is on the bill for Coachella 2013, but will first make a stop in San Francisco…

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Twin Shadow Afterparty DJ Set

Twin Shadow Afterparty DJ Set

Following the release of his second album Confess, Twin Shadow plays alongside Poolside this Thursday and Friday at the Great American Music Hall. Catch his indie new wave vibes with a free afterparty DJ set Thursday night at the Clift Hotel.

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Recap: Cults Invade San Francisco

Recap: Cults Invade San Francisco

New York indie pop band Cults brought vintage-inspired upbeat rock to San Francisco this week, with a show at the Great American Music Hall on Wednesday and another at Slim’s the following night.

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The Big Pink Discusses New Sound, Coachella and SF Concerts

The Big Pink Discusses New Sound, Coachella and SF Concerts

“I’m kind of bored of London to be honest. I want to make the move to America soon,” says Robbie Furze, of electro-rock duo The Big Pink, the project created alongside Milo Cordell.

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Preview: Ty Segall at Great American Music Hall

Preview: Ty Segall at Great American Music Hall

As a frontrunner in lo-fi revival that has emerged in SF and beyond over the last couple of years, Ty Segall is a busy guy these days.

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