Rad Upcoming SF Events Shop Jams: Happy Hour / Session 001 THUR. 1/21 | 5:00PM @ FLEET WOOD Fleetwood’s 1st Happy Hour session of 2016 will feature live music with Jim Morose (of Night Shapes) and Rebecca Redman (of Watercolor Paintings / Drawing Water). 20% off storewide. Tarot reading. Donation
It’s a magic time of year to eat well and drink beer. SF Beer week starts this Saturday January 23rd and runs until January 31st. So we asked a bunch of San Francisco brewers about the events they would not miss during San Francisco Beer Week and of course we
A rock band with punk energy and pop reggae grooves, Baltimore’s BALLYHOO! are a fun, fan-loving powerhouse. These road dogs have tirelessly toured coast-to-coast taking their music to the people. Between the road and the studio, BALLYHOO! have crafted a sound distinctly their own; fresh, fun, and embodied by
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Have You In My Wilderness is Julia Holter’s most intimate album yet, a collection of radiant ballads. Her follow-up to 2013’s widely celebrated Loud City Song explores love, trust, and power in human relationships. While love songs are familiar fodder in pop music, Holter manages to stay fascinatingly oblique
Normally, getting on a strange boat when it’s dark outside is a bad idea. It typically means you’ve been Shanghaied by gold rush era sailors or worse, tricked into going crab fishing. But if you’re like me, and you’re looking around at San Francisco and wondering ‘where did all the weird
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
Phish bassist Mike Gordon returns to the road with his band which includes longtime collaborators Scott Murawski and Craig Myers, organ and synth-master Robert Walter and sharp-shooter John Kimock on drums. Most artists have a fixed ritual or routine that they rely on to inspire their efforts from concept to