Going on six years strong, Lights Down Low is known as one of the wildest and sweatiest parties in San Francisco. Booking acts from Classixx to James Blake, the party always highlights promising new artists in the fast paced world of electronic music and welcomes all genres.
Katy Davidson used to play with the loosely experimental and highly inspirational band Dear Nora, bounding around from venue to warehouse, backyard bbq to art gallery, spreading free-form art pop throughout the Bay Area. Her new project, The Key Losers,brings a fresh approach to writing, collaboration and content.
Sometimes it’s hard to decide who to vote for. That’s why we’ve asked the seven local bands competing to perform live at The Lineup to answer these five questions. This is what Outlaws & Preachers, Plastic Villains and NanosauR had to say.
Dancehall reggae group See-I, led by brothers Rootz and Zeebo Steele, feature an upbeat and unique live experience spanning a number of genres. The band hits SF on tour this Wednesday at The Independent for an event celebrating the ongoing Rip Curl Pro Search surfing contest.
While the legendary hip-hop group Jurassic 5 no longer exists, the talents and musical contributions of each member are still going strong today. DJ Nu-Mark, formerly the group’s DJ, is best known for his inventive improvisations and impressive record collection, which is estimated at over 35,000.
Best known as the drummer from 80s glam metal band Mötley Crüe, Tommy Lee currently spends his creative energy making dance music alongside partner DJ Aero. The two are currently touring the continent with Deadmau5 and are set to hit SF for a sold out show with him at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on October 29.