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Adult Swim Premiers Oh Sees Cosmic Fantasy Video for Drowned Beast From 2017’s Orc

Adult Swim Premiers Oh Sees Cosmic Fantasy Video for Drowned Beast From 2017’s Orc

The brand new video from the Oh Sees for “Drowned Beast” animated by Dr. Orc. Premiered for the first time on the Toonami programming block. WATCH The Oh Sees AKA OCS perform Memory of a Cut Off Head w/ Ty Segall (Solo Acoustic), Shannon Lay…

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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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Star Wars Trilogy Heads to the SF Symphony for Live Score Performances

Star Wars Trilogy Heads to the SF Symphony for Live Score Performances

George Lucas’ first three Star Wars films will return to the big screen in 2018 above the Davies Symphony Hall stage, accompanied by live performances of the soundtrack from San Francisco Symphony. This announcement is part of its 2018 Summer with the Symphony series and…

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2018 Grammy Award Nominations Showcase Strong Diversity in Music and Performances

2018 Grammy Award Nominations Showcase Strong Diversity in Music and Performances

Based on the nominations for the 60th annual Grammy awards, it is evident that hip-hop and R&B genres are currently the dominant genres of the music industry. Rapper Jay-Z led the field with eight nominations followed closely behind by Kendrick Lamar who received seven. No white males…

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Record Store Day Black Friday 2017 Essentials: High Times, Game of Thrones, Snoop Dogg, & More

Record Store Day Black Friday 2017 Essentials: High Times, Game of Thrones, Snoop Dogg, & More

More than 1,200 local record stores nationwide are expected to participate in Record Store Day (RSD), a much-anticipated Black Friday event for those vinyl fans looking to grab the latest and greatest, exclusive titles and holiday gifts. For some history, the first Record Store Day took…

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Let The Turkey Live! 5 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving This Year

Let The Turkey Live! 5 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving This Year

Maybe you want to save a few birds this year—or maybe you don’t even really like turkey. Regardless of how you’re feeling this season, there are plenty of ways to get away from the dinner table and explore a deeper appreciation of all the good the…

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Riot Grrrl Miranda Morris on Keeping College Radio Alive and New KUSF Zine

Riot Grrrl Miranda Morris on Keeping College Radio Alive and New KUSF Zine

Known for being one of the first radio stations to play punk rock, local SF college station, KUSF, is keeping indie and alternative music alive and well. We recently sat down with KUSF’s manager, Miranda Morris, to learn more about this student run organization and…

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Au Revoir! SF Symphony Director Michael Tilson-Thomas Announces Plans to Leave after 25 Years

Au Revoir! SF Symphony Director Michael Tilson-Thomas Announces Plans to Leave after 25 Years

Earlier this week, SF Symphony Music Director Michael Tilson-Thomas (MTT) announced that he will step down from his post after the 2019-20 season, marking 25 years in his current role, and perhaps an end of an incredible chapter for the symphony. MTT’s creative influence and musical prowess has helped…

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Metallica, G-Eazy, and Dave Matthews to Play Benefit Concert for Fire Relief at AT&T Park

Metallica, G-Eazy, and Dave Matthews to Play Benefit Concert for Fire Relief at AT&T Park

During dire situations, it’s always important to band together to support one another and that’s exactly what local businesses, community leaders, and musicians are doing to help those affected by the recent, devastating fires in Northern California. A newly formed Bay Area coalition called Band…

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Noise Pop Festival 2018 Lineup: tUnE-yArDs, Real Estate, BRMC, Geographer & More

Noise Pop Festival 2018 Lineup: tUnE-yArDs, Real Estate, BRMC, Geographer & More

The Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, Noise Pop, revealed the first phase of the 2018 lineup, headlined by indie-pop group tUnE-yArDs, New Jersey surf rock band Real Estate, as well as San Francisco’s own Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Geographer. Other noteworthy…

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Photos: Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival Saturday Highlights

Photos: Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival Saturday Highlights

Photo highlights from the “World’s Largest Hip Hop Festival” Rolling Loud on Saturday October 21st at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View. All photos by Abe Coloma.   See the entire gallery here. Performers on Saturday included: Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Playboi Carti,…

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The Lineup! Live 105 Invites The Lumineers & The Killers to Headline Not So Silent Night

The Lineup! Live 105 Invites The Lumineers & The Killers to Headline Not So Silent Night

Even though the summer festival season has come to a close, there are a few more multi-day music events to keep your eyes on, including Not So Silent Night. Bay Area radio station Live 105 revealed the full lineup for their annual holiday festival headlined…

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