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MUTEK SF Unveils Full Lineup for 2018 Debut Festival

MUTEK SF Unveils Full Lineup for 2018 Debut Festival

Following up on last month’s big announcement that Montréal’s MUTEK festival will make its U.S. debut in San Francisco, organizers for the multi-day event have confirmed the entire festival lineup, set to appear across nine different local venues, including the San Francisco Mint, Mezzanine, The Midway, Bimbo’s 365 Club, Gray…

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The Armory Hosting Four-Day Farewell Estate Sale

The Armory Hosting Four-Day Farewell Estate Sale

For four days, the Armory will be open to the public for an estate sale before it closes its doors. Visitors to the historic Mission district building—which was a formerly a military fortress, BDSM pornography studio, and finally an events venue, can purchase items ranging…

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The Do LaB Stage, Coachella’s Electronic Music Epicenter, Announces Lineup (Dimond Saints, GoldFish, Dirtybird)

The Do LaB Stage, Coachella’s Electronic Music Epicenter, Announces Lineup (Dimond Saints, GoldFish, Dirtybird)

While the 2018 Coachella lineup is bursting at the seams, the Do LaB Stage remains the place to be for electronic music fans to congregate and catch the more experimental, and often up-and-coming EDM acts. It seems to have an ecosystem of its own and the Do…

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Global Dance Festival MUTEK Makes U.S. Debut in San Francisco

Global Dance Festival MUTEK Makes U.S. Debut in San Francisco

MUTEK, the long-running international festival of electronic music and digital arts, announced the initial lineup for their first-ever U.S. event, happening right here in San Francisco later this spring. The four-day multi-sensory event takes place across nine different venues across the city, including the San…

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International Women’s Day in The Bay Heads to 1015 Folsom

International Women’s Day in The Bay Heads to 1015 Folsom

This Thursday, March 8th, 1015 Folsom takes attendees on a euphonic journey across electronic styles to honor the social, economic, cultural and political achievements women have made throughout history for International Women’s Day. The event will feature ten female DJs and producers who fuse together…

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Goldenvoice (Coachella) Announces ‘Blurry Vision’ New Outdoor Festival Coming to Oakland

Goldenvoice (Coachella) Announces ‘Blurry Vision’ New Outdoor Festival Coming to Oakland

 Today, the promoter giant Goldenvoice, known for organizing Coachella and a massive number of other local shows, announced a new festival happening right here in the Bay Area. Blurry Vision is a new two-day outdoor event happening in Oakland, featuring the likes of SZA, Migos, Brockhampton, NxWorries…

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Lightning in a Bottle Reveals Lineup for 2018 Festival

Lightning in a Bottle Reveals Lineup for 2018 Festival

Organizers behind the Lightning in a Bottle music festival announced the lineup for this year’s event, headlined by rapper Anderson .Paak & and his band the Free Nationals, Chinese American electronic musician ZHU, as well as funky, electro-soul act GRiZ. Lightning in a Bottle, which…

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Best of 2017 in Photos: Most Inspiring and Memorable Moments of the Year

Best of 2017 in Photos: Most Inspiring and Memorable Moments of the Year

Love it or hate it, 2017 was a year full of iconic moments. Our photographers captured many of these SF Bay Area events on the ground, as they happened. From the unprecedented world-wide Women’s March to the intimate local live music show right here in…

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Two Wins for DNA Lounge: Upgraded Sound System & Legacy Business Status

Two Wins for DNA Lounge: Upgraded Sound System & Legacy Business Status

After operating for 32 years with some struggles in recent months, the all-ages nightclub, concert venue, 24-hour restaurant and cafe, DNA Lounge, caught the well-deserved, lucky break that it needed. It has been awarded legacy business status by the Board of Supervisors and the Small…

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Downtown SF Concert Venue & Bowling Alley ‘August Hall’ and ‘Fifth Arrow’ Opening Spring 2018

Downtown SF Concert Venue & Bowling Alley ‘August Hall’ and ‘Fifth Arrow’ Opening Spring 2018

17-year-old electronic nightclub Ruby Skye and the adjacent downstairs Slide Lounge are now closed, but two new venues are already in the works. August Hall will be a new spot for live music and comedy performances, and Fifth Arrow, located downstairs, will be a bar…

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The Bay Area’s Top Parties to Welcome in the New Year (That Won’t Break the Bank)

The Bay Area’s Top Parties to Welcome in the New Year (That Won’t Break the Bank)

Woah, 2017. It’s been a record-breaking year. Just twenty days in, a reality TV “star” was sworn into office as the President of the United States. The following day, nearly 600 marches flooded streets around the globe, recording the largest one-day protest in recent international…

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One Year After the Ghost Ship Tragedy, Music as a Unifying Force, Tribute Record Release

One Year After the Ghost Ship Tragedy, Music as a Unifying Force, Tribute Record Release

It’s hard to believe that December 2nd marks one year since the Ghost Ship Fire in Oakland. Among the 36 victims, many were part of various arts and music subcultures. Art and music has been a key part of both the mourning and healing process….

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