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Lydia Interview: On the “Goodside” with Seventh Album “Liquor” for the Arizona Indie Rock Band

04/04/2018

Indie rock band Lydia first came onto the scene in 2003 as a couple of kids from Arizona. Their music had brought them to stages such as Vans Warped Tour and The Bamboozle festival, playing with bands such as Metro Station, The Dear Hunter, Copeland, Lights, Eye Alaska and The Maine over the course of Read More

Interview: The Coffis Brothers Talk Music and Santa Cruz Ahead of Jan 27 Show at Slim’s

01/18/2016

2015 was a big year for The Coffis Brothers, folky-blues rockers from the Santa Cruz mountains. They played with some of their musical heros and at venerable local venues like The Fillmore. We can look forward to an even bigger 2016 and they are kicking off the year at Slim’s Wednesday January 27th with Roem Read More

The Suffers Prove that ACTUALLY, Tuesdays are the New Friday

08/10/2015

While San Francisco always finds a good reason to party, most people don’t think of Tuesday night as the prime time to do it. The Suffers, a 10-piece feel-good ensemble from Houston, TX, might have just changed that with their blistering set at Slim’s on Tuesday. They’re pioneering a sound they call “Gulf Coast Soul”, Read More

Magic Man, the Keytar Make Triumphant Return to SF

04/02/2015

Magic Man reappeared in San Francisco last Thursday and proved they’re perfectly capable of handling the added workload that comes with being a headliner. Touted as “a triumphant synth rock band,” the New England based team of five puts on quite the show– something they perfected early on playing in living rooms and basements. Thursday’s show at Slim’s Read More

Ticket Giveaway + Interview: Magic Man Poised to Make You a Believer with High Flying Show at Slim’s 3/26

02/25/2015

If you missed Magic Man last time they were in SF…what were you thinking?! Now before you get too down on yourself, know that redemption lies just a few short weeks away. On March 26th, Magic Man will return to the Bay Area with Great Good Fine Ok and Vinyl Theatre. With this show sure Read More

From Coffee Shops To A Sold Out Slims – La Dispute Gives A Crowd Something To Shout About (with Mansions & Pianos Become The Teeth)

04/13/2014

By Patrick Czapla In 2006, I went to my first show with a couple of friends on a Saturday afternoon. Five or six bands were playing that night at a tiny coffee shop in Valparaiso, Indiana. For some that was their first show, for others it was the biggest show they would ever play (there Read More