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Don’t Miss: Thursday’s Cal Academy of Sciences Nightlife Featuring Braille and Different Sleep

04/14/2015

California Academy of Sciences never fails to surprise us. They’ve figured out the perfect formula for an entertaining and educational Thursday night. We’re especially excited for Thursday’s NightLife event, Giant Nightlife. Their recent exhibit, Whales: Giants of the Deep, gives visitors the chance to “journey into the world of whales and see them in all their glorious Read More

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Young Fathers Shake Things Up at The Independent 4/25 With Mas Ysa

04/09/2015

The Mercury Prize winning UK trio Young Fathers will be making a stop in San Francisco at The Independent on Saturday, April 25th. The group just released its newest album White Men Are Black Men Too on April 7th with the Big Dada label. The newest single from the album, “Shame,” embodies their hard to Read More

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Song of the Day – “Drive With Your Eyes Closed” / A Band Called Quinn

04/06/2015

The song — “Drive With Your Eyes Closed” by A Band Called Quinn This tune hit me when I most needed a sultry beat to shake off a rough day, and in listening to it, I found it exemplifies itself. Literally driving with your eyes closed brings both exuberance and fear — I should do it; I shouldn’t Read More

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Song of the Day: Get Ready to Tap Your Feet to Separator by Controller

03/18/2015

Hump Day! You made it! As a reward we have a snappy little pop number by NYC’s Controller for you. The track kind of reminds me of the beginning of an Arcade Fire song, and while it might not evolve into the complex jam you expect out of pop masters like AF, it does have a infections beat and leads Read More

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Song of the Day: “Solace” and the Rest of Fyfe’s Debut Album Control

03/09/2015

Ever since Fyfe released single “For You” I have anxiously awaited the release of his debut album Control. Fyfe, which is the latest moniker for London-based Paul Dixon, layers beautiful flowing ambient tones– building beats that alternate between exhilarating complexity and haunting sparseness. Dixon’s voice reaches through the speakers and demands your attention. In “For You” he weaves his Read More

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Song of the Day: Life in Film “It’s What Happens Next That Matters Most”

02/27/2015

London’s Life in Film is here to get us ready for the weekend with new single “It’s What Happens Next That Matters Most.” The track starts out lo-fi and folksy then builds into a very danceable jam. Long strums and quick plucks of guitar give the song a very upbeat base, clashing with heartfelt and almost Read More

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Swami John Reis to Drop Some New School Surf Rock at Bottom of Hill This Thursday 2/12

02/11/2015

Get stoked! The legendary “Swami” John Reis and The Blind Shake are making their way to San Francisco tomorrow to debut their newest album, Modern Surf Classics. And forget what you think you know about surf rock — because what these guys are doing isn’t your dad’s surf rock. Playing a mixture of recognizable surf-style licks and Read More

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Wednesday 1/28 @ Rickshaw Stop: NY’s Beacon Prepares to Drop Heavy Beats and Haunting Vocals

01/26/2015

Another bargain for music lovers this week at Rickshaw Stop, NY acts Beacon and Lord RAJA will be joined by local act Running in the Fog for just $12 at the door. I know it’s a Wednesday, but just convince yourself you don’t REALLY have to work Thursday and come out for some good music. I’ve had Read More

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Song of the Day: The Tropics “Take You Home”

01/09/2015

SF-based pop rockers The Tropics are back with another video for single “Take You Home.” While the song has been floating around since the release of their EP Wind House, it was originally a bonus available only on the vinyl edition of the album. I spent much of 2014 following the act and it looks like 2015 Read More

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