Music

21 Oct 2022

Top East Bay Date Ideas for Live Music Nerds

Guest Writer: Nicole Ski Every weekend and even weeknights there have been more and more concerts to go to. People are back out and celebrating or dancing their troubles away. I’m in a crew of misfit single girls who like to find the best spot for live music. It’s so

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27 Sep 2022

San Francisco’s Portola Music Festival Was Hella Loud

The Portola Music Festival took place this past weekend. I didn’t know about the festival, but I definitely heard it. The two day convert event, which featured performances by Charli XCX,  Fatboy Slim and the Chemical Brothers, coincided with the Folsom Street Fair, so naturally, I assumed that some leather

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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08 Sep 2022

North Beach’s DIY Punk Revival

Bannam Place is easy to miss. The unassuming alley skewers a Green Street block of North Beach favorites, dividing Sodini’s from the former location of Baonecci Ristorante. By day, the slim passage is populated by stray tourists and residents enjoying a midday smoke. By night, it’s host to barhoppers seeking

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02 Aug 2022

Club Deluxe Is Closing

  San Francisco appears to be losing another beloved art space. This time it’s Club Deluxe. Cathy Lemons, a local San Francisco musician, reposted a status update by the owner of Club Deluxe, Sarah Wilde, as well a call to action for artists and local news media to get San

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30 Jun 2022

Does Mosswood Meltdown’s female-led lineup mark a sea change in rock culture?

Since 2012, early July signaled the return of Burger Boogaloo to Oakland’s Mosswood Park. The annual music festival featured local bands and longstanding legends, including the Jesus and Mary Chain, the Dead Boys and Ronnie Spector of the Ronettes, hosted by the master of ceremonies, cult filmmaker John Waters. Co-produced

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15 Jun 2022

John Vanderslice on Drugs, Dreams, & Legendary Analog Recording Studio

“I simply had a loopy plan that I executed with maniacal energy over 24 years, and I kind of pulled it off.” So says prolific singer-songwriter and record producer John Vanderslice in the final chapter of TrueAnon Presents: “Keep the Dream Alive,” a five-episode podcast series on the history of his legendary analog recording

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06 Jun 2022

All the Movements We Saw at Movement Electronic Music Festival

These last few years have been something else – full of discovery, disaster, and even some delights. Something that has brought many of us together during all of this has been the causes to support/protect. Something that, more recently, has been bringing more of us together, is the festivals that

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04 May 2022

Bay Area band The Seshen releases a series of singles grappling with 2 years of upheaval

The Seshen has been a Bay Area fixture since the release of its self-titled album in 2012, a rapturous fusion of R&B, synth pop, soul and electronica. Inspired by the likes of Little Dragon and Erykah Badu, the six-piece band owes its origin story to vocalist Lalin St. Juste and producer-bassist Akiyoshi

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