This Weeks Events | San Francisco + New York
Rad Upcoming SF Events
MALAA, JUSTIN MILLA, SENTA, LIL SUS, MORK
THU. 1/14 | 10:00PM @ 1015 FOLSOM
DJ Dials, Euphonic Conceptions, Gem + Jam, Legion of Bloom and 1015 FOLSOM Present this kickass night of music. No regular club access. Enter on 103 Harriet St. Free entry with print at home ticket ONLY.
AC2: An Intimate Evening With Anderson Cooper & Andy Cohen
FRI. 1/15 | 8:00PM @ THE MASONIC
Join Cohen and Cooper for an unscripted, uncensored and unforgettable night of conversation. The late night talk show host and the journalist, longtime friends, interview each other and take questions from the audience. It’s a live, interactive look behind the scenes of pop culture and world events.
Olympia Provisions: Cured Meats and Tales from an American Charcuterie
SAT. 1/16 | 3:00PM – 4:00PM @ OMNIVORE BOOKS
A rigorous exploration of what American charcuterie is today from Portland’s top-notch meat company, featuring in-depth techniques for crafting cured meats, recipes from the company’s two restaurants, and essays revealing the history and personalities behind the brand.
Kenzie Slottow, Camille Elaine, Leah Mosier
SUN. 1/17 | 8:00PM @ BRICK & MORTAR MUSIC HALL
Flutist-composer Kenzie Slottow adds classical virtuosity to a colorful dreamscape of celtic-inspired and cinematic melodies. Her layered loops of percussive flute effects, melodies and harmonies are accentuated by narrative movement and dance.
Nato Green & Friends
MON. 1/18 | 7:00PM @ DOC’S LAB
Nato has been named San Francisco’s Best Comedian by the SF Weekly, Huffington Post, and CBS. Nato is the creator of Iron Comic, the Iron Chef-spoofing comedy game show he co-hosts with Moshe Kasher. Nato has a regular column in the San Francisco Examiner and also hosts FSFSF, a short spotlight on Bay Area comedy that airs every weekday during NPR’s All Things Considered on 91.7FM KALW.
Scandinavian Baking: Sweet and Savory Cakes and Bakes
TUE. 1/19 | 6:30PM @ OMNIVORE BOOKS
A world of steamed-up kitchen windows against a frosty backdrop, delicious Danish pastries, crusty dense breads and creamy layer cakes is summoned up in Trine Hahnemann’s spectacularly beautiful new book, Scandinavian Baking.
WED. 1/20 | 7:00PM @ POWERHOUSE
Your favorite punk/alternative music with no need to get a stupid hair cut or dye your hair blue to match your nose ring. Come as you are and let your inner weirdo out to create a unique situation with endless possibilities.
ADMISSION: NO COVER
Rad Upcoming Ny Events
Brand New Machine, Deadly Dragon Sound, Federation Sound
THUR. 1/14 | 10:00PM @ THE DELANCEY
Max Glazer (Federation Sound) & DJ Autograph drop up-to-the-time Dancehall. BNM drink specials are in effect! $5 Red Stripe and $5 rum drinks until midnight.
Weekender, Surf Rock is Dead, Little Racer, Racoon Fighter
FRI. 1/15 | 8:00PM @ BERLIN
Weekender is an American psychedelic/dream-pop band established in Philadelphia by Derek Sheehan in 2013, self-releasing their debut EP, Spanish Peaks, early that year before it was picked up by the Brooklyn-based, independent label, PaperCup Music.
Alex Pasternak of Lemonade
SAT. 1/16 | 10:00PM @ BABY’S ALL RIGHT
Lemonade’s third and latest album Minus Tide is a collection of tracks that contemplate the sync of natural cycles, the allure of wide open spaces and the belief that freedom can be experienced within the confining grids of urban life.
Bushwick A/V Sunday Loft Afters ft. Octo Octa, Haruka and David Kiss
SUN. 1/17 | 4:00AM @ SOMEWHEREINBUSHWICK
We continue our afterhours series Sunday in our dope warehouse loft for an epic romp all morning. Expect impeccable sound, inexpensive drinks, a beautiful, freedom-loving crowd, a pillowed side-lounge, early morning munchies and a special extended set from one of the finest! Please RSVP for location & details: email@example.com
NYC South American Music Festival
MON. 1/18 | 7:30PM @ DROM
After three consecutive sold-out editions, the NYC SAMF returns to the stage with a dynamic selection of South American artists. The festival celebrates the diversity of South American music by presenting in New York City an exciting array of musicians who have blurred the boundaries between their musical cultures and carved out a renovated identity of the South American diaspora.
Art is Anything
TUE. 1/19 | 8:00PM @ THE WOODS
Welcome to ‘Art is Anything’, a night filed with bumpin’ deep and tech house music, talented DJs, positive vibes and unique ideas. Expect the unexpected. Featuring the Cryptic Collective squad.
ILLA J & David Morin
WED. 1/20 | 9:00PM @ THE STUDIO // WEBSTER HALL
Neo-soul singer David Morin recently released his full-length debut, Every Colour, via Bombay Records. The Vancouver native has spent the last few years honing his unique fusion of soul, hip-hop and jazz.
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