The Vaccines may have gotten lost in the shuffle of Interpol and The Strokes, but don’t count out this English Indie band as the wild card. On their first headlining American tour to support their album Coming of Age, the Vaccines make a stop at The Fillmore on February 15th.
French electronic music duo Justice has won acclaim for its past two albums, both featuring vastly different styles. We chatted with half of the pair, Xavier de Rosnay, before their November 4 performance at The Warfield while he was on tour bus traveling around the East Coast.
A native of Brazil, DJ Lucas Med moved to San Francisco almost five years ago to pursue a career in music and hasn’t slowed since – consistently bringing his upbeat rhythmic house sets and productions to dancefloors across the Bay Area and as a resident DJ at Temple.
DJ Tina T is known for her ‘less skin, more skill’ approach to DJing and dominating crowds across the world with no limit of genres. She travels from her home in Vegas to the Bay Area every last Saturday to play to packed crowds at The Parlor including next Saturday, June 30th.
Dirtybird’s Christian Martin is hot off the stages at Coachella, Symbiosis and Detroit’s Movement Festival and unleashing his bass music alter-ego Leroy Peppers for Bangers & Mash at 222 Hyde this Thursday, June 7.
DJ and producer Them Jeans came up in the LA electronic scene throwing parties with Dim Mak Records and now travels the world spinning genre bending sets at premier events. He DJs the Sahara Tent Vol. 3 party this Friday, May 18 at 1015 Folsom.
Bay Area duo Bang Data recently released their first full length album La Sopa (The Soup) symbolizing the melting pot of rhythms and beats of their diverse backgrounds. This Saturday, May 12 the two perform at The Fox Theater in Oakland along with Calle 13.
SF’s Wallpaper. had an electrifying start to 2012 after being signed by Epic Records in early January while his song “#STUPiDFACEDD” continues to heat up radio airwaves. We caught up with him at Coachella to chat about his adventures in the desert and beyond.
Chicago duo Flosstradamus has been well known in the DJ scene for more than eight years but through recent production efforts on labels such as Fools Gold and Mad Decent, their fan base is rapidly expanding. They debut a new live set in SF on Thursday, April 19 at Manor West.