Sinkane is a Sudanese-American musician who blends krautrock, prog rock, electronica, free jazz and funk rock with Sudanese pop. He is signed to City Slang Records. Born to college professors in London, he lived in Sudan, then moved to the US when he was five, and lived for some time
World leaders, powerful CEOs, and other fat cats could learn a lesson or two from electrofunk duo Chromeo, namely: know thyself, know thy vibe, and stay thy course. The rest of the population will catch up. Indeed, Chromeo is really good at being, well, Chromeo. The mission, the package, the
Kaoru Ishibashi, who performs as Kishi Bashi, is an American singer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter. He is a founding member of Jupiter One, and, for a few years, was a member of the band of Montreal. Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | August Hall | Tickets can be purchased here
Teenage Bottlerocket is an American punk rock band formed in Laramie, Wyoming, United States in 2000. The band was formed by twin brothers Ray and Brandon Carlisle, following the dissolution of their previous band, Homeless Wonders, in 2000. Wednesday, May 22, 2019 | Bottom of the Hill | Tickets can
Neon Trees are an American rock band from Provo, Utah. Known for their energetic live performances, the band received nationwide exposure in late 2008 when they opened several North American tour dates for the band The Killers. Thursday, May 23, 2019 | August Hall | Tickets can be purchased here
It’s always awesome when technology and art get together to make wonderfully interesting babies. That’s exactly what SNAPSHOT is. While it’s billed as a “Four Day Festival of Interactive Art, Music, and Performance” that barely does it justice. Check out the description below: SNAPSHOT is a four day pop-up festival
Kevin Morby released his beloved solo debut Harlem River in 2013, and has released a full-length nearly every year since. His latest, 2017’s City Music, is a collection Kevin says “is a mix-tape, a fever dream, a love letter dedicated to those cities that I cannot get rid of, to those cities that are all inside
While riding BART in the early am of a Monday like any other, Facebook served me an article entitled “Feeling Strapped on a $400,000 income? That’s the Bay Area.”I stared at my tiny computer in my palm in disbelief but not with a sense of surprise. People always complain here, and of course, they have a right to. I thought I’d be met with another person complaining about home prices and the cost of living and much more, and I was right.