The weather’s colder, Thanksgiving is approaching, and it’s time to get into that holiday spirit, whether you like it or not. Helping you ease into that mood is a mixtape from the disco duo Poolside, consisting of Jeffrey Paradise and Filip Nikolic.
“I never intended for this to even get to where it’s at now,” says Luis Vasquez, discussing his band The Soft Moon, a post-punk outfit of which he is essentially the nucleus, playing the role of frontman, sole songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and visionary.
In addition to hundreds of skateboarders and BMX and FMX riders, Lil Wayne is scheduled to make an appearance at the Dew Tour skateboard finals Saturday at Civic Center.
Hip-hop isn’t often a genre that advocates thrift shopping and gay marriage, that’s changing quickly. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, an emcee and producer duo from Seattle, are working to change that notion.
The Treasure Island Music Festival took over the gorgeous location in the middle of the Bay, providing a unique setting to enjoy dozens of acts across many genres. Whether rocking out to Best Coast or getting hype with Public Enemy, there was no shortage of dancing throughout the event.
With stunning views of the San Francisco skyline, perfect weather and epic sunsets, there was plenty of eye candy at Treasure Island Music Festival.
The San Francisco Giants playoffs run in the NLCS is forcing a last-minute change for the pick-up and drop-off point for Treasure Island Music Festival shuttles this weekend.
As if anyone needed yet another reason to head to the land of more affordable rent, delicious food and the possibility of having an actual house party go uninterrupted by police intervention—aka Oakland—enter Magic Lantern, a special one-night event showcasing Bay Area video and projection artists at Children’s Fairyland amusement park.
Zion I have long been a staple of the Bay Area hip hop scene. Ever since the release of 2000′s critically acclaimed debut Mind Over Matter, the duo’s adventurous sound has the Bay Area hip hop tradition of exploring new musical territory.
Warren Hellman is pickin’ away in the afterlife, but the free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival he founded 12 years ago is still going strong with the first edition since he passed away last year.
The last hurrah of the summer music festival season arrives October 13-14 at the Treasure Island Music festival, two days of dance music and indie rock with one of the best views of San Francisco.