It’s Monday Mix time. This week’s playlist includes a ton of music and features tracks by Kacey Johansing, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Sleigh Bells, The Black Seeds, and more.
Bay Area psych-rock group Sleepy Sun announced they will perform a special in-store at Amoeba on 4/3 where fans can grab their new album Spine Hits a week before its release.
This week San Francisco’s very own Young Prisms released their sophomore album In Between and it is already receiving a significant amount of attention. Having recently formed into a quintet, the group will play a stacked hometown show for the album’s release this Saturday (3/31) at Bottom of the Hill.
Getting his start with electronic music production in his own home, LA’s Clockwork quickly gained the attention of Steve Aoki and was signed to his Dim Mak record label. Now based in New York, Clockwork’s first Bay Area performance is this Thursday, March 29 at Manor West.
The first weekend of Coachella is still over two weeks away, however to ease the anticipation the minds over at Eye Heart SF and Blap Productions have planned a special Coachella-inspired party at the Parlor with DJ sets by Ean Golden and Taktik on Friday, April 6th.
The sun is shining down on this week’s Monday Mix. This time around our playlist includes tracks from White Rabbits, fun., Kathleen Edwards, and more!
From the amazing BBQ to the rocking parties at Hype Hotel and Fader Fort, and performances by everyone from Skrillex to Bruce Springstein, SXSW in Austin was a pretty honky-tonk good time. While there were just too many good shows to name, here are six of our favorite new artists.
The funky, hip hop style of All Good Funk Alliance keeps heads bobbing and feet dancing with retro rhythms and modern grooves. The band is currently on tour with Fort Knox Five and Thunderball and stops in SF at Mezzanine this Saturday, March 24.
Need something to drown out all this rain? How about a new Monday Mix. This week’s playlist includes tracks from Perfume Genius, Of Montreal, Sharon Van Etten, The Magnetic Fields, and more!
Das Racist, Main Attrakionz, Blue Sky Black Death, Nacho Picasso, and more have been announced as performers for a hip-hop festival coming at the end of March to 103 Harriet.
Tonight 3/19, check out the Honor Roll’s 1-O.A.K. performing tracks from his new debut album Special Request. The album is entirely self produced, written and arranged, and showcases some of the Bay Area’s most original hip-hop sounds.