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SF Station Blows It Up

1. Bart of Honeycut @ Harlot, San Francisco, April 21, 2007

Oakland’s Honeycut hit the stage for the private opening of San Francisco’s newest venue Harlot. The mix of soul, funk, electronica and rock ruled the air once Bart and the boys hit the stage performing songs from their current album The Day I Turned to Glass. With amazing rhythm created by Tony Sevener on live MPC and Salter's unstoppable keys, Honeycut drove the partygoers to dance.

2. Paul Meany of Mute Math @ Slims, San Francisco, April 24, 2007

This New Orleans quartet hit the stage in front of a sold out crowd chanting their name. I have never seen these guys live until Tuesday even though I’ve had their record for a while. I was blown away by the mix of rock, industrial, reggae, jazz, new wave, electro, rave and psychedelia that came out of their drums, guitar, keytar and vocals. The energy in the building was palpable, and with every note that came out the fans stirred in such frenzy that we all moved in unison. The boys performed songs from their self-titled album out now on out Teleprompt/WB.

3. Air @ Masonic Center, San Francisco, April 25, 2007

The French duo returned for their first Bay Area show in 3 years to perform live at the SF Masonic to a sold out crowd and it was a hell of a show. With a great light show and a melodic sound, Air performed songs from their new album Pocket Symphony with a full backup band.