Not much introduction is needed for disco/electro/pop-punk artist collective SSION. From directorial projects for artists like Gossip and Peaches to releasing their own forty-plus videos for almost every song on their past ten albums, check out why they are the talk of the town this week when they arrive at Public Works this Thursday, 10/25.
Jane’s Addiction hits San Francisco tonight for a performance at the Warfield, one of six dates of its California-Arizona tour that began Wednesday in Santa Cruz.
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.
This Friday, October 19, Realtime returns to 222 Hyde with a stacked line up headlined by Reagenz, a collaborative project between German-based producer Move D and Jonah Sharp. For those unfamiliar, Realtime is 222’s all live monthly, featuring an improv set from residents Jonah Sharp and Emilio Orlandi, aka EO, as Polk & Hyde.
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.