After spending last week in Austin for SXSW, British rock group Citizens! is making its way west for a tour stop at SoMA nightclub Monarch on March 23. We chatted with keyboardist Lawrence Diamond during in a phone interview about life in America, working with Franz Ferdinand and the band’s breakout track “True Romance.”
The official lineup for this year’s Outside Lands Music Festival is arrives April 16 but thanks to leaks from organizers and rumors online, we have good idea about who will perform.
Electronic fusion band Conspirator is making its way up the coast on its latest North American tour for a show in San Francisco at The Independent on March 15. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky winner.
This Thursday, Monarch presents Rojai & E.Live Album Release party featuring Starship Connection & J. Boogie. As the leader and vocalist for the widely recognized and highly acclaimed San Francisco band Bayonics, Rojai is proud to present his first ever solo project with producer and multi-instrumentalist Eli “E.Live” Hurwit, titled Hard Pressed.
It’s no secret that the center of attention for this year’s Noise Pop Festival was Toro y Moi. Fresh off the release of his critically acclaimed new record Anything In Return, Chaz Bundick and his band held The Independent captive Friday and Saturday night for two sold-out shows.
Things are getting interesting in the already crowded musical festival scene with the announcement earlier this year of the first Bottle Rock Festival in Napa.
Candlestick Park will go out in style before it’s dismembered for more condos with one more season of 49ers football starting this fall and a just announced concert with Jay Z and Justin Timberlake.
It’s a great day in this city of love, and whether you have a Valentine or not, there’s really no excuse to listen to sappy, sad, or just plain angsty tunes. To the rescue is some immaculately produced, sensuous pop from two indie-music veterans: Robin Hannibal, a Danish songwriter-producer, and Michael Milosh, a Canadian songwriter.
At the top of their game, Swedish House Mafia kicked off their farewell tour, “One Last Tour,” Wednesday with a massive party at Bill Graham Civic center.