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Inside Bay Area Derby: 2017 Season Kicks Off with Sold Out Battle of the Bay

Inside Bay Area Derby: 2017 Season Kicks Off with Sold Out Battle of the Bay

Saturday evening kicked off the fourteenth season of the Bay Area Derby (BAD) at their new location, the Historic 16th Street Station in Oakland, for a battle of the Bay between the Oakland Outlaws and the San Francisco ShEvil Dead. The event was sold out,…

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David Duchovny Brings Hell or Highwater To SF

David Duchovny Brings Hell or Highwater To SF

Most people know David Duchovny as Agent Mulder from the esteemed sci-fi show X-Files, or as Hank Moody, the troubled womanizing novelist in Californication. After a successful career in acting, Duchovny has stepped up to the mic, releasing his debut record, Hell or Highwater, in 2015….

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The Mortified Series at the DNA Lounge & Annual ‘Doomed Valentine’s Show 2.10’

The Mortified Series at the DNA Lounge & Annual ‘Doomed Valentine’s Show 2.10’

Valentine’s Day is coming up, and as we know, having been force-fed commercialism since New Year’s Day, that not everyone is so jazzed up about the holiday, particularly those who are single, heartbroken, or too broke to afford expensive flowers and fancy dinners. However, there…

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Tool’s Frontman Maynard James Keenan’s New Biography & Wise Words Shared in SF

Tool’s Frontman Maynard James Keenan’s New Biography & Wise Words Shared in SF

On Monday night, revered singer, winemaker and restaurateur, Maynard James Keenan (Tool, A Perfect Circle, Puscifer) made a stop through San Francisco at the prestigious Herbst Theater on a book tour to promote his recently released memoirs, A Perfect Union of Contrary Things, co-written by…

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Fantastic Negrito Keeps on Rolling With New Record & Tour with Temple of the Dog

Fantastic Negrito Keeps on Rolling With New Record & Tour with Temple of the Dog

Oakland’s Xavier Dphrepaulezz is brainchild/mastermind/creator of Fantastic Negrito, the winner of 2015’s NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest. The singer, who was once signed to Interscope Records in the ’90s, has now taken advantage of his second wind with a sense of unforgiving righteousness and honesty. After…

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Oakland’s Day Wave: Making Music, Touring with Blonde Redhead & Upcoming Dates Starting in SF

Oakland’s Day Wave: Making Music, Touring with Blonde Redhead & Upcoming Dates Starting in SF

Day Wave, an indie rock group led by Jackson Phillips, formed in Oakland in 2015. They’ve since toured with Blonde Redhead and are about to embark on a headlining tour including a stop at Rickshaw Stop on Saturday, November 5th. Jackson Phillips left his previous electronic…

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Blue Velvet Ignites the Party At Bottom of the Hill for 25th Anniversary Show

Blue Velvet Ignites the Party At Bottom of the Hill for 25th Anniversary Show

In the NOPA neighborhood, which used to be referred to as Western Addition, there’s a small dimly lit bar that prescribes nostalgia of old San Francisco. It’s a sanctuary for the locals to appease their fix of familiar faces, punk rock music and tasty beverages….

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Con Brio Talks Outside Lands, Oakland, ‘Paradise’ Album & Upcoming Tour (Including Lagunitas & UC Theatre)

Con Brio Talks Outside Lands, Oakland, ‘Paradise’ Album & Upcoming Tour (Including Lagunitas & UC Theatre)

Con Brio is a Bay Area group that falls into the category of funk and soul, but easily stretches the limitations of that definition. Shattering boundaries has been a key cog to the group who reformed in 2013 with emphatic frontman Ziek McCarter taking the…

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Musician & Producer John Vanderslice Discusses Tiny Telephone & Oakland Studio

Musician & Producer John Vanderslice Discusses Tiny Telephone & Oakland Studio

John Vanderslice, the entrepreneur, musician and record producer, recently expanded his Tiny Telephone Studios to the East Bay with a brand new recording facility in Oakland. Since 1997, Tiny Telephone has thrived in San Francisco, producing albums by Death Cab for Cutie, Spoon, The Mountain…

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Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Andy Cabic of Vetiver: SF Life & Upcoming Show at the Chapel

San Francisco indie folk group Vetiver continues to make waves in the Bay Area with recent show dates including an acoustic performance by the band’s singer-songwriter Andy Cabic, alongside Tim Bluhm (The Mother Hips) at the Sweetwater Music Hall, plus an opening slot for Iron and Wine…

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Outside Lands 2016 in Review: Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, The Muppets & More

Outside Lands 2016 in Review: Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, The Muppets & More

When Outside Lands released their 2016 lineup there were rumblings of disappointment—moreso compared to years past, which included Sir Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, Kanye West, Black Keys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Neil Young, Foo Fighters, and Stevie Wonder—just to name a few. Radiohead just…

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Moby Releases Memoir, Holds Unique Q&A and Book Signing at DNA Lounge

Moby Releases Memoir, Holds Unique Q&A and Book Signing at DNA Lounge

Richard Melville Hall, AKA Moby, has released an autobiography titled Porcelain, detailing his life as an emerging DJ in New York. Moby is currently on a book tour and stopped through San Francisco with a reading at the DNA Lounge last Tuesday. It’s probably a…

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