Have your listening habits changed from 2009 to 2019? Following in the trend of 2009 vs 2019, I’ve created a playlist that documents the San Francisco bands I was listening to when I started writing about the Bay Area music scene compared to the bands I just eat breakfast with now.
Naming their sophomore album Developer is a bold move for the still-young band Social Studies. But it is as apt a descriptor as you’re likely to find for how the sound of this San Francisco-based five-piece has flourished, matured, and, yes, developed over the past few years. Following the release
Kelly Malone is a BrokeAssStuart.com VIP. A fearless entrepreneur and champion of the DIY movement, Kelly is the wizard behind SF’s premiere craft fair, Indie Mart, and SF’s favorite DIY hub, Workshop. Tonight the Independent hosts Kelly Malone vs. The “C” Word, a benefit show to help Kelly raise funds
SO by now you probably know about Kelly Malone, the DIY Queen of SF, and her mission to beat the shit out of the evil, crazy expensive cancer that’s come back around to creep on her like an ex who just doesn’t get the hint. We told you how to
You know how on most Sundays you sit at home getting day drunk on a mega bottle of wine and watch reruns of Tosh.0 until it gets dark out because there isn’t nearly enough sun to coax you off the couch, and then there’s those Sundays where there’s a million
I’ve got a pair of tickets to see Social Studies play music and stuff in celebration of the release of their new record Wind Up Wooden Heart. Also playing is Maus Haus, 60 Watt Kid, and Montra. Four bands for $10 is a good price, but getting a pair of