Brooklyn’s Here We Go Magic know not to keep their audience waiting. Though their new album, A Different Ship (Secretly Canadian), is not due out for another six weeks, the band released a new single and announced a new 7” and pre-order for the new album.
Swedish dream pop duo Korallreven is fearless as they approach their United States debut appearance. “I’m not worried about anything any longer, not even death,” says Marcus Joons, one half of the Scandanavian duo who admits to having only performed eight live shows ever.
Looking to rock out in the New Year? Show your support for these five awesome acts from around the bay:
Happy Monday, San Francisco. Whether or not you’re in a last minute scramble mode for gift shopping, we’ve got a Monday Mix that will help you get through the holiday week. This week’s playlist includes track from The Naked and Famous, Extra Classic, The Growlers, Yukon Blonde, and more!
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.
Happy Halloween, SF. Celebrate this week (after all the cobwebs are removed and the pumpkins rolled down the hills) with some brand new music from bands that are gracing us with their presence. This week’s mix includes tracks from Zola Jesus, Phantogram, City and Colour, Architecture in Helsinki, and Minus the Bear.
The Bay Area has officially been taken over by music! During this week between the TI Music Festival and the upcoming Bridge School Benefit, there are still tons of shows and concerts.
Chase away those rainy day blues with a brand new Monday Mix. As The City gets ready for the Treasure Island Music Festival this weekend, it’s easy to forget that there are other shows happening this week – oh, but there are!