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Review: Bjork Delivers a Stunning Performance for final Richmond Concert

Review: Bjork Delivers a Stunning Performance for final Richmond Concert

Icelandic icon and electronica queen, Bjork, played the last of three shows in Richmond last night, ending in climatic fashion.

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Review: Devendra Banhart at the Regency Ballroom

Review: Devendra Banhart at the Regency Ballroom

Devendra Banhart, brought his unique style of freaky folk and lo-fi psychedelic pop to the Regency Ballroom last night in support of his new album, Mala.

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Review: Cloud Cult at The Independent

Review: Cloud Cult at The Independent

Cloud Cult, the seven-piece experimental indie band from Minneapolis, played for a sold out crowd at the Independent in support of their new album, Love.

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Review: James Blake at Mezzanine

Review: James Blake at Mezzanine

Mezzanine was packed Tuesday night as people anxiously awaited UK singer James Blake to take the stage for the second night in a row.

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Review: Bat For Lashes at the Regency Ballroom

Review: Bat For Lashes at the Regency Ballroom

English electro-pop group Bat for Lashes played an emotional sold out show at the Regency Ballroom on Sunday night in a string of West Coast shows between Coachella weekends.

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Highlights From Coachella 2013

Highlights From Coachella 2013

Despite extreme heat and dust storms, attendees at the sold-out first weekend of Coachella got a great mix of first-time performers and seasoned veterans at the festival.

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Check, Please! Bay Area Celebrates 100th Episode

Check, Please! Bay Area  Celebrates 100th Episode

Whether it’s the bubbly personality of host Leslie Sbrocco, the cattiness of the guests or the fact that anyone can appear on the show, “Check, Please! Bay Area” has been a huge hit as it gets set to launch its eighth season this month.

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Review: Toro y Moi at Noise Pop Festival

Review: Toro y Moi at Noise Pop Festival

It’s no secret that the center of attention for this year’s Noise Pop Festival was Toro y Moi. Fresh off the release of his critically acclaimed new record Anything In Return, Chaz Bundick and his band held  The Independent captive Friday and Saturday night for two…

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The Best Rap Songs of 2012

The Best Rap Songs of 2012

2012 was a good year for rap music. Fresh faces like Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz (a long time bench player with Ludacris’s Disturbing the Peace squad) made a major impact, while industry vets like Kanye West, El-P and Nas all returned with quality releases.

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The Soft Moon Gets Primal on ‘Zeros’

The Soft Moon Gets Primal on ‘Zeros’

“I never intended for this to even get to where it’s at now,” says Luis Vasquez, discussing his band The Soft Moon, a post-punk outfit of which he is essentially the nucleus, playing the role of frontman, sole songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and visionary.

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Twenty Awesome Treasure Island Music Festival Instagram Photos

Twenty Awesome Treasure Island Music Festival Instagram Photos

  With stunning views of the San Francisco skyline, perfect weather and epic sunsets, there was plenty of eye candy at Treasure Island Music Festival.

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Decibel Festival 2012: A Wrap-Up

Decibel Festival 2012: A Wrap-Up

Decibel Festival in Seattle has been running since 2003 bringing a diverse roster of electronic musicians, sound sculptors, and visual artists.

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