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Giveaway: Enter to Win Tickets for Washed Out at 1015 Folsom

Giveaway: Enter to Win Tickets for Washed Out at 1015 Folsom

Ernest Greene, the chillwave producer better known as Washed Out, is back in San Francisco this week for a DJ set at 1015 Folsom. We’re giving away two pairs of tickets to two lucky winners. Leave a comment with your favorite rainy-day song for a…

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Review: Washed Out’s Woozy Chillwave Warms the Fillmore

Review: Washed Out’s Woozy Chillwave Warms the Fillmore

Dreamy synthpop band Washed Out blasted evocative yet relaxed songs to a sold-out crowd Tuesday at the Fillmore. Touring in support of their third and latest album Paracosm, released in August 2013 as a follow-up to their 2012 record Within and Without, the band had…

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Popscene Celebrates 17-Year Anniversary With Washed Out

Popscene Celebrates 17-Year Anniversary With Washed Out

The 17-year anniversary of Popscene, a favorite San Francisco weekly and one of the longest running indie club parties in the United States, arrives August 29 with a special sold-out show with Washed Out. We had a chance to chat with Popscene founder Aaron Axelsen, also program director at Live 105, about the party and its history.

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SF Station & Rdio + New Mix

SF Station & Rdio + New Mix

SF Station is now on Rdio, an SF-based music discovery service. Head over to our page and follow us to find out what we’re listening to right now. We’ll also be curating playlists just for you, check out first mix featuring Passion Pit, Washed Out,…

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Washed Out and Sold Out at Mezzanine on Friday

Washed Out and Sold Out at Mezzanine on Friday

Ernest Greene, the man behind the chillwave name Washed Out, has officially gained notoriety—enough of it to be recognized for more than just his huge hit “Feel It All Around,” which many listeners heard the first time during the opening credits of Portlandia or as…

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