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Adventures in Asia With Steven Harkins from Melted Toys

Adventures in Asia With Steven Harkins from Melted Toys

San Francisco band Melted Toys congeal a sound that molds West Coast romanticism with a sound influenced by natural habitat and spiritual credence. The band’s new self titled album dropped this month and is loaded with a visceral sounds. We caught up with frontman Steven…

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Interview: Van Pierszalowski Dives Deep Into Waters

Interview: Van Pierszalowski Dives Deep Into Waters

After enjoying success with his former band Port O’Brien, Van Pierszalowski has moved further away from his lo-fi folk rock sound and reconnected with grunge and pop rock influences with his band Waters. We caught up with Van to talk about his transition into Waters,…

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Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms started as a long-distance partnership before inevitably converging in San Francisco after one member of the duo moved here a few years ago. However, cousins Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme, originally from Louisiana, still find best results when they write music separately and trade ideas online before working together.

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San Francisco Band There’s Talk Debuts Video for ‘The Salt’

San Francisco Band There’s Talk Debuts Video for ‘The Salt’

Rising San Francisco band There’s Talk debuted a stunning visual gem this week, directed by Marta Dymek, for their latest single “The Salt.”

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The Lineup: Submit Your Band for Oyster Fest, Local Showcase

The Lineup: Submit Your Band for Oyster Fest, Local Showcase

SF Station is happy to announce the return of The Lineup, a friendly competition between local bands for the chance to perform at Guinness Oyster & Music Festival, headlined this year by Devo on June 1 in Golden Gate Park.

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Q&A: Mario Armando Ruiz of Teenage Sweater

Q&A: Mario Armando Ruiz of Teenage Sweater

With eccentric philosophies and vivacious live shows with dreamy synth pop melodies, Teenage Sweater are becoming a staple in San Francisco’s music scene.

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Noise Pop Festival Highlights

Noise Pop Festival Highlights

The Noise Pop Festival is looming and ready to bring a cornucopia of events scattered throughout the Bay Area from February 26th to March 3rd.

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Q&A: Girls in Suede

Q&A: Girls in Suede

Girls in Suede have outgrown their juvenile, garage rock shoes and are maturing into comfortable suede loafers.

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Meet The Lineup Winners

Meet The Lineup Winners

The final votes are in for The Lineup, a local music showcase presented by SF Station and BAMM.tv on Nov. 10.

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Does your band have what it takes?

Does your band have what it takes?

We’re putting on a show to remember…but it can’t happen without you! SF Station and BAMM.tv are currently looking for San Francisco Bay Area bands to perform at The Lineup, our very first local band showcase on Thursday November 10th.

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New Video: Papercuts “Do What You Will”

New Video: Papercuts “Do What You Will”

It’s time again for a brand spanking new music video and this time it’s from San Francisco based band Papercuts. It starts out like your quintessential music video – college party, loner guy (played by frontman) Jason Robert Quever – but then it takes a…

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Album Review: The Frail – Lasers Over Lovers

Album Review: The Frail – Lasers Over Lovers

Local electro-pop band The Frail has re-emerged from their year-long hibernation with a new lineup and a brand new EP released on Tricycle Records. Lasers Over Lovers features uptempo, party-driven, straightforward dance tracks characterized by overly catchy, disco-influenced melodies and high-pitched vocals.

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