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Aussie rockers Last Dinosaurs return to San Francisco to perform at the legendary Fillmore Theater

Australian band, Last Dinosaurs made their way back to the Bay Area for the second time this year – this time playing the legendary Fillmore Theater. Continue Reading

Death Cab For Cutie, CHVRCHES, Cold War Kids and more give intimate performaces in the Napa Valley at Sonoma Harvest Music Festival

As many people know, wine country is world famous for their amazing wines, culinary experiences and beautiful landscapes. In the last couple of years, music has found its way to add to all the great things this area has to offer and now plays a huge part of what brings all these things together in one experience. Continue Reading

Winter and Triptides perform songs from their collaborative album “Estrela Mágica” at San Francisco’s Rickshaw Stop

Last fall, Winter and Triptides came together and released a magical album, perfectly titled “Estrela Mágica.” Both bands ventured off together this past week on a West Coast tour and performed a few songs for the first time as one, before playing separate sets with their own bands. Continue Reading

Tank and the Bangas can one-up an on-stage twerk contest, we learned at their Berkeley show on Friday

Friday’s Tank and the Banga’s show started with the audience chanting “Albert” to the band’s vivacious saxophone/flutist Albert Allenback. Of course, the ladies’ panda entrance invited more enthusiasm that hardly lulled throughout their hour-plus set. Continue Reading

Roots and reggae take over Chico, CA as the Tribal Seeds perform with The Original Wailers and The Expanders

Tribal Seeds is an independent roots reggae band based out of San Diego, CA. Originally started by Steven and Tony Ray Jacobo, Tribal Seeds is currently composed of 6 musicians- notorious for circling their theme around four topics; cannabis, love, politics, and religion. The “Roots Party Tour” is following the release of their new EP titled “Roots Party,” and is being supported by the Expanders, and the Original Wailers. On the night of February 7 2018, a roots party came to Chico, CA. Continue Reading

Kid Cudi sells out back-to-back nights at the Warfield in San Francisco in support of ‘Passion Pain & Demon Slayin’

Kid Cudi’s Saturday night performance, one of two sold out weekend shows at The Warfield was an electrifying experience for an ecstatic crowd. With no openers, the packed house would erupt with chants of ‘Cudi! Cudi! Cudi!” several times prior to his entrance. Continue Reading

Tank and the Bangas bring the Chapel to their knees

Literally. The sold out crowd at the Chapel came closer to the ground of a San Francisco public space than they ever have and ever will go, thanks to the cover of Anderson .Paak’s “Never Come Down”.  Tank and the Bangas treat the stage more like a living room than a pedestal; each band member is interacting with one another, occupying each others space, speaking across the room with riffs and melodies.  There was no personal space to be had onstage or in the crowd. You might have thought that they were just playing one song for two hours because there was not one moment without music after the band took the stage. Continue Reading

Kali Uchis continues her first ever headlining tour with a stop at Oakland’s New Parish with Phony Ppl

Kali Uchis continued the start of her first headlining tour with a stop at The New Parish in Oakland, CA. Joining her on tour are Brooklyn based band, Phony Ppl who brought their jazzy, soulful R&B sounds to the stage to set the mood and get the crowd dancing and singing. Continue Reading

Bay Area bands light up the Great American Music Hall

It’s hard to be too surprised at small San Francisco concerts, but indie-pop newcomers First in Flight did just that at the Great American Music Hall alongside the established pop groupMOSAICS. There were backflips, metal riffs, rapping, and solos that made the front row paw at the stage. Both bands did not disappoint during this energetic, colorful night.

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Another riotous performance from young psych rock group Locus Pocus

After watching one of Locus Pocus’s sets, one would never guess that they can count on one hand how many live performances they’ve played. On Saturday night, Locus Pocus returned again to headline Neck of the Woods in San Francisco. Expect prolific energy, behind-the-back guitar solos, and a bassist + girlfriend kiss if attending a live show. The band has played a variety of small venues throughout the summer since their eponymous May EP, and released their first music video last month. Their first single ‘I’d Be Your Woman’ will be live at midnight tonight. Continue Reading

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