St Lucia and Conway Take Over SF City Hall for Jack Daniel’s Live at the Landmark


Thursday night San Francisco’s City Hall took on a new civic duty: thrilling a crowd of onlookers, as St Lucia and Conway filled the building’s intricate dome with an amazing night of music. It was a bit surreal. The bands took a stage set up right beneath the dome in front of a massive staircase. It Read More

New Music by Craft Spells, SIREN and Chrome Sparks


Yes its Sunday and many of us have to work tomorrow, but lets look on the bright side. It’s a beautiful day in SF, Game of Thrones returns tonight and we have some great new music to listen to! First up is Craft Spells new track “Breaking the Angle Against the Tide.” The Seattle-based indie Read More

Scissor Sister at Fox Theater [Photo Review]


What a better way to kick off Gay Pride week than hit up the Scissor Sisters’ show at the Fox? Clearly, this was a shared thought with most of the audience who were bedazzled in sparkles or barely anything at all. Not to be outdone, Jake Shears sported a few looks over the course of the night, removing one Read More

Flight Facilities Interview with Hugo


You might say Flight Facilities “took off.” Yes that’s a bad joke, but a good laugh couldn’t hurt you. Just ask Flight Facilities pilots, Hugo and Jimmy, who’ve cracked more than a few bad jokes during recent interview. (Like telling journalists they’re Calvin Harris or that they’re from Trinidad and Tobago even though they’re actually Read More

Yelle at Mezzanine [Live Review and Photos]


  Julie Budet is riveting. After her first few English words, spoken with a delightfully distorted accent, one can quickly hear she’s French. Likely few members of the audience understood her lyrics, yet she draws everyone in with a few on-stage antics and a massive dose of enthusiasm. Always moving, if she wasn’t singing, she Read More

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