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BFF.FM Radio Hosts Share Their Favorite Songs, Albums & Local Shows of 2016

BFF.FM Radio Hosts Share Their Favorite Songs, Albums & Local Shows of 2016

Throughout the year we’ve turned to community radio station BFF.fm (short for Best Frequencies Forever) for new music. This SF-based online resource for independent music run by a small army of volunteers and self-proclaimed music nerds right here in San Francisco. So whether your own…

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2016 in Pictures: Best of San Francisco Bay Area Nightlife, Festivals and City Event Images

2016 in Pictures: Best of San Francisco Bay Area Nightlife, Festivals and City Event Images

Each year we take a look back at some of the best images from SF Station photographers. This year was packed full of amazing performers and incredible experiences, see what you missed or relive the magic through these most memorable photos of 2016… Anti Trump…

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Q&A: Berkeley’s Minna Choi of Magik*Magik Orchestra on Humble Beginnings to Swedish American

Q&A: Berkeley’s Minna Choi of Magik*Magik Orchestra on Humble Beginnings to Swedish American

It’s not every day that you meet someone who has created and leads their very own orchestra. Minna Choi founder of Bay Area group Magik*Magik Orchestra does just that–and she just released her first self-titled album this past October. Choi grew up in Berkeley, went…

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Q&A: Bay Area Band Beats Antique on their New Album, Early Years, Symbiosis & Oakland Tour Date

Q&A: Bay Area Band Beats Antique on their New Album, Early Years, Symbiosis & Oakland Tour Date

Bay Area experimental world fusion and electronic music group Beats Antique are hot off releasing their tenth studio album, Shadowbox, commemorating their tenth year as a band. The trio has mounted a larger-than-life cross-country tour, which incorporates global influences and mesmerizing visual performance art. Sidecar…

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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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Here Come The Holidays: 10 Fun Things to Do this Thanksgiving in SF

Here Come The Holidays: 10 Fun Things to Do this Thanksgiving in SF

Thanksgiving means the holidays are here; a gateway of sorts to more time with friends and family… more smiles, pictures, food and drink; lot’s of food and drink. We get four or five days to do family stuff, count our blessings, maybe find a tree,…

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Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

The past week has been riddled with turmoil and stress, leaving the country with an unknown future that many imaginations are painting in dark, bleak shades. So, what better time for some vibrant irie vibes to drop in on the Bay Area, burn through those…

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Night Flight the New Multi-Venue Festival with Heart, Set to Bring Top Electronic Music Acts to SF This Week

Night Flight the New Multi-Venue Festival with Heart, Set to Bring Top Electronic Music Acts to SF This Week

There’s a new boutique festival touching down in the streets of San Francisco this week. Night Flight is a multi-day, multiple venue gathering with a lineup worthy of immediate attention. Everyone on board for Night Flight will hop between Monarch, The Great Northern, and F8 to catch top international…

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Noise Pop Festival’s 2017 Lineup, Expansion Announced for 25th Anniversary

Noise Pop Festival’s 2017 Lineup, Expansion Announced for 25th Anniversary

The Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, Noise Pop, announced phase one of the music lineup for the 25th annual festival. Beginning this year, the festival will expand from nine to eleven days beginning Friday, February 17 and running through Monday, February 27….

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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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Q&A: SF Resident Viceroy on Local Bar & Dining Hot Spots, Plus NYE Show at Fort Mason Announced

Q&A: SF Resident Viceroy on Local Bar & Dining Hot Spots, Plus NYE Show at Fort Mason Announced

With Halloween now behind us, everyone can look forward to the end-of-year holidays and start making New Years’ Eve plans. San Francisco always offers plenty of options, but partying at Fort Mason has been a consistently solid option for counting down to midnight on a…

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Q&A: STRFKR’s Josh Hodges Connects BDSM & Buddhism With New Record, Performing Two Nights in SF

Q&A: STRFKR’s Josh Hodges Connects BDSM & Buddhism With New Record, Performing Two Nights in SF

A slow panoramic scan of the desert and cacti of Joshua Tree gradually reveals a subtle homestead—an RV with its awning pitched and a pair of hip scooters in its company. A couple crushed beers of nondescript branding lay as breadcrumbs leading focus to the man sitting…

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