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Tue Mar 4 - Mon Mar 10, 2008
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Sunny days are here again! Or so it seems. Take advantage of this break in the clouds and get out of the house. With, arguably, one of the best albums of the year, this is your chance to see Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks at one of the raddest venues in town - Amoeba Music. Ever wish you didn't need to leave behind your beloved family pet when attending a black-tie event? Well, your hopes have been realized with the 13th Annual Bark and Whine Ball benefiting the SF/SPCA's Cinderella Fund. When else do you get to strap your pooch into a tux? On Friday night the people's voices will be heard! And, no, we're not talking politics - we're talking about the best DJs around - check them out at the Top 10 DJ Dreamteam at 1015 Folsom. Then coat yourself in baby power and have your slave help you into your best latex catsuit for the San Francisco Fetish Ball at The Grand at Regency Center. And if you you're not traveling to Austin for the SXSW festival this week, don't fret - we have your own homegrown alternative: SXSF at The Rickshaw Stop on Monday.
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Tuesday, March 4, 2008
at Make-Out Room (9pm)
Every Tuesday Discjockey's Lucky and Friends will spin deep and sweet '60s soul. Come and dance!
at 222 Club (10pm)
Come check out new Special Guest DJ's spinning your favorite Techno Beats all night long to get your week started!
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
at Amoeba Music (7pm)
"The great guitar romantic of his era, a poet, a con man, a slave to love, a badly drawn boy, a flannel man-cub troubadour whose smartass lyrics barely veil the cosmic emotional climaxes of his voice and guitar." - Rolling Stone
at Roxie New College Film Center (see listing for times)
The festival will open with "Garage," a new film from the acclaimed director Lenny Abrahamson and writer Mark O'Halloran...Other highlights include "Speed Dating," a romantic comedy about a lovelorn amnesiac, the award winning Irish-language feature film "Kings,"and finally "Learning Gravity," a documentary about Irish American undertaker and poet Thomas Lynch, who is famed as the inspiration for hit HBO series "Six Feet Under."
at The Independent (8pm)
The Raveonettes are Sharin Foo and Sune Rose Wagner, a Danish duo who, bound by a mutual disenchantment with the state of the musical art of their homeland, have begun to build a brand-new rock 'n' roll sound for the rest of the world.
at Harlot (8pm)
Wanna get down on hump day? Wanna humpity-hump on the dance floor like a couple of teens freakin' at a high school dance? That's the spirit! Don't worry if you're a grown adult doing the caterpillar. Just let our DJs blow your mind with indietastic tunes and writhe on the dance floor all you want.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
at Roxie New College (see listing for times)
The festival will open with "Garage," a new film from the acclaimed director Lenny Abrahamson and writer Mark O'Halloran...Other highlights include "Speed Dating," a romantic comedy about a lovelorn amnesiac, the award winning Irish-language feature film "Kings,"and finally "Learning Gravity," a documentary about Irish American undertaker...
at Giftcenter Pavilion (7pm - 10:30pm)
CLAW (Critter Lovers at Work), a volunteer fundraising arm of The San Francisco SPCA, presents the 13th Annual Bark & Whine Ball, a tail-wagging evening for human guests and their elegantly attired canine companions. The event features a delectable cocktail buffet from McCall Associates, dancing to the paw and toe tapping music of Dick Bright's Orchestra and a fabulous silent auction.
at Ruby Skye (9pm)
Found lurking in the creative laboratory known as the 'deadmau5 disco den of despair and inequity' this creative ingenue runs the gamut of beats unlike any other. Since his inception deadmau5 has stormed our planet with chart topping action and playlists from the best of the best.
at Beauty Bar (10pm - 2am)
DJs Mario Muse and Miss Margo are turning out the electro at Beauty Bar, every first Thursday of the month. Expect a cute mixed crowd with music ranging from older synth rock to Ed Banger and everything in between. It's zero dollars WITH drink specials. Lacquer: A great reason to break a sweat dancing on the first Thursday of your month...
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Friday, March 7, 2008
at Triple Base Gallery (7pm - 10pm)
Triple Base proposes one San Francisco-based artist, Michelle Blade, to be the starting point for the show. Blade investigates the transformative roll of public gatherings where social hierarchy dissolves and abrupt moments of collective completion occur...
at Oakland Museum of California (7pm)
Thousands in the Crowds. Hundreds of Poets on the Stages. 5 Judges, 4 Minutes, 3 Rounds. 1 Goal - Represent the Bay at the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival in Washington D.C.
at 1015 (10pm)
They asked, and you voted from 500+ DJs, and gave us the top 10 DJs who fill your dance floor dreams, and keep you humming tracks on the way home. So here they are, DJs such as Miguel Migs, Mark Farina, David Harness, Taj, Rooz, an-tn-nae, and Icon, the DJs that dreams are made of, at the party of the year that is for and by the people.
Saturday, March 8, 2008
at Mezzanine (9pm)
Argentina's Leading Producers of Digital Cumbia, Glitch Folk, Electro Reggeato and Mashups. Zizek is a new club from Buenos Aires, Argentina dedicated to the emerging sounds of Hip Hop, Dancehall, Reggaetón, Cumbia, Bastard Pop, Mashups, and more...
at The Grand at Regency Center (9pm)
Gearing up for it's 7th year, The San Francisco Fetish Ball is the premiere Fetish Event in the World - The main event, themed "Metropolis,"
at Mighty (10pm)
with Claude Vonstroke, Justin Martin, Christian Martin, and Worthy. Christening the new 7 Way Sound System!
at Soma Location (11pm - morning)
Forward SF welcomes to San Francisco two new talents, that now, are a part of our community, Guada from Mexico and Sayaka from Japan. These sistas have a lot of talent behind the decks and we are happy to share it with you.
Sunday, March 10, 2008
at GAMH (8pm)
Drew Emmitt, the dynamic lead singer and mandolin player with the popular jamband Leftover Salmon, is a musical renaissance man. If it has strings, Emmitt can probably play it. He performs and records on mandolin, fiddle, banjo, and acoustic and electric guitars; as well as harmonica and flute. Emmitt's signature, however, is his energetic, original approach to mandolin, a style that reflects his pantheon of musical heroes...
at Intersection for the Arts (8pm)
Intersection's Resident Theatre Company Campo Santo present a new play with live music inspired by the song El Corrido de June Robles that tells the tale of the real life kidnapping of 9 year old June Robles in the 1930's in Arizona that shocked the nation...
at The Fillmore (8pm)
"I work all the time, I try to keep distractions out of my life which is difficult because I am always connected to the streets and the people. The Middle Passage and the Green Lantern mixtape these are my life's work right now, I live and breathe Revolution, Rebellion is in my blood and HipHop is the heart that pumps it..."
Monday, March 11, 2008
at Rickshaw Stop (8pm)
Featruing Persephone's Bees, The Duke Spirit, The Ting Tings and Hot Tub!
at Mojito (8pm)
Alice Russel is considered on of the finest multi-genre singers in the United Kingdom. Her combination of thematic breadth, songwriting skill, vocal range, and unadulterated soulful power has drawn comparisons to soul divas like Lyn Collins, Joss Stone, and Etta James.
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