This is brilliant and strange San Francisco performance art at its finest. I’ll let Jonny Ramada explain: San Francisco has changed, man. It’s so corporate now. You even need a permit to walk a freakin’ dog. To busk your butt on the street you need to pass a law at
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Club 1994 is celebrating 6 years of 90s love this Saturday May 23rd at The Rickshaw Stop!! Get in the Time Machine with us and go back when JTT ruled pop culture, Zach & Kelly couldn’t stay broken up & slap bracelets were at the pinnacle of fashion. Bust out your Cabbage
Noise Pop is upon us and I’ve got some tickets to giveaway to two different shows. Both are on the 28th. Why am I doing two giveaways at once? I don’t know man, quit fucking with me. It’s just easier this way. Anyways, both lineups are pretty rad see them
There are those that write blogs and those that read blogs. I find that I’m way better at creating content than I am at reading content.
This Thursday Taxes will be playing along with The Phenomenauts and The New Up at the Rickshaw Stop. Considering that Taxes was recent named Band of the Month and nominated as SF’s Best Emerging Band, this is some pretty exciting stuff. While tickets to the show are $12, I’ve got
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This week’s Broke-Ass band is local leading lady Ash Reiter. Voice of an angel, that one. And she’s working on so many rad projects right now, you’re gonna feel super lazy by the end of this interview. Fun for you! Ash and her band are playing Wednesday night (Sept. 28th)