SFCritic, Online Music

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  • Eve Fleishman brings dreamy folk-tinged jazz to Monument Saturday

    If you’ve been feasting on a steady diet of indie and pop, do yourself a favor and cleanse your palette with the sweet sounds of Eve Fleishman. She’ll be playing through her newest album, Atmospheric Epic on Saturday night at Monument.  Fleishman’s sound resembles contemporary greats like Nora Jones and Alison Krauss, while also harkening back to another Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 20 hours ago

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  • Black Mountain Commune With Darkness at The Chapel

    I go through phases where I don’t necessarily loose my faith in new Rock & Roll, but feel a bit disillusioned with it. I ask myself, “What can you show me that hasn’t been done better by (fill in the name of any heavy 70’s legends here)?” Whenever I get that fatalistic feeling, the most Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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  • Song of the Day: “20 Motherfuckers” by The Wyatt Act @ Piano Fight 3/23

    The Wyatt Act released this song, “20 Motherfuckers”, a few months back and if a retail outlet hadn’t already coopted the term, I’d say it was San Franpsycho. They call it Slam Rock. They even have a manifesto: “SlamRock Manifesto: Street-corner style poetry meets transgressive rock. SlamRock is a philosophy, a lifestyle, an attitude, a swagger. Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 1 week ago

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • Fundraiser for Bay Area Women & Children’s Center @ Great American Thurs 3/16

    Kendra McKinley, Vanwave, and the Rainbow Girls co-headline an amazing night of music at the Great American Music Hall this Thursday night in support of the Bay Area Women and Children’s Center (BAWCC). BAWCC provides services to some of the most vulnerable San Franciscans, providing clothing, health services and more to women and children in Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Tonight @ the Independent: Sinkane gets you moving

    Words by Abel Habtegeorgis Growing up, Sinkane didn’t know a lot of people like him. Born Ahmed Gallab in London England, the younger version of Sinkane moved around quite a bit and lived all over the world, including in Utah where he developed a love of Mondays. “Best day of the week,” he says enthusiastically during Read More

  • Round Up: What Tech Blogs Think of Lorde’s New Single “Green Light”

    Instead of sharing our thoughts on the Lorde’s highly anticipated new single “Green Light” we thought we would see what some of the top publications in the tech world have to say. This is the first new music from Lorde in about three years and the first off her upcoming album Melodrama. First up we have The Verge. Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 3 weeks ago

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Generated 4 weeks ago

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  • Noise Pop 25: Diet Cig Pack Brick & Mortar Music Hall

    Noise Pop 25 continued to impress last night at Brick and Mortar with a stellar lineup of female-fronted rock acts. The bill showcased local acts Joyride! and Plush, and they didn’t disappoint the sell out crowd. Joyride! with their fast-paced punk riffs was the perfect appetizer. Plush, which features some familiar faces from The She’s, Read More

  • Thao’s electrified new video “Meticulous Bird”

    Thao Nguyen – Thao & The Get Down Stay Down – have just released a video for “Meticulous Bird” off 2016’s A Man Alive,  and it is electrifying. The track is visceral – a body experience as much as something to listen to – and the video (created by Johnny Look) plays that element up perfectly with glitchy Read More

  • Mad Love for JoJo in San Francisco

    There was a moment in the middle of JoJo’s set, on Sunday night in San Francisco, where she held the mic out to the crowd, and it felt like every person in the room yelled the lyrics to “Baby It’s You” back at her. To someone new to Joanna Levesque’s story, they would never have Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Photos: The Knocks Continue to Impress and Evolve at Sold Out Fillmore Show

      Thursday night NYC-based producing duo The Knocks once again turned a San Francisco venue into an insane dance party. After selling out three nights at The Independent last year and packing the Twin Peaks stage at Outside Lands this time the two took on the historic Fillmore and got the whole floor moving. Attendees were Read More

  • Song of the Day: Phoebe Ryan Wants Your “Dark Side”

    LA-based Phoebe Ryan hasn’t been wasting any time so far in 2017, giving us another new single “Dark Side.” The new single combines Ryan’s impassioned, breathy lyrics with synth-infused beats that might be equally at home in a Tropical House set. Tying the song together are moments of calm featuring a simple guitar riff and her entrancing Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Nine Pound Shadow’s new EP is an antidote to troubling times

    At the present moment, most of my closest friends are on a spectrum between dismay, despair, and depression. These are exactly the moments when we realize that music isn’t something that merely entertains us. It is something that heals us and reminds us why it’s worth fighting for existence. Berkeley natives (and brothers) Brendain and Read More

  • Jorja Smith, a new British star in the making?

    While many were asleep, and some were tucking into burritos, a small army was packed inside Rickshaw Stop to welcome Jorja Smith on her San Francisco debut. Aaron Axelsen’s Popscene is known for bringing exceptional talent to the Bay Area, and nineteen-year-old Jorja Smith, who placed fourth on the BBC’s sound of 2017 list is Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Premiere: Seth Lael’s San Francisco filled video for “On the Road”

    San Francisco songwriter Seth Lael has created a beautiful folk song in “On the Road” – a thoughtful, nostalgic record-keeping of the journey to “get where you need to go.” The video – shot using handmade pinhole lenses – features original footage captured from Treasure Island to Pacifica. Whether riding the trolley, lurking at a protest at Read More

  • Song of the Day: Sofi Tukker is Back with New Single “Johny”

    Sofi Tukker was one of my favorite new acts in 2016 with their deceivingly simple beats and Brazilian folk influences. Sometimes you just want to throw caution to the wind and dance, and they are all about facilitating a good time live. It seems like I wasn’t alone in my admiration as the NYC act also Read More

  • Ticket Giveaway: Win a Pair of Tickets to The Knocks @ The Fillmore February 9th

    The Knocks are hitting the ground running in 2017, kicking off a North American tour and releasing new EP, Testify, February 3rd. This is the first headlining tour for the NYC-based duo since finishing up a European tour supporting Justin Bieber, and it seems to have really given them a bump in audience. Their newest release Read More

  • Conor Oberst shares new video “Uncanny” + announces new album

    Perhaps the best emo-folk-rock musician (and particularly lyricist) of his time, Conor Oberst will be releasing his eighth studio album in March. Salutations is a full-band rendering of the songs from last year’s solo Ruminations plus a few additional songs. Apparently, the latter was originally intended as a demo to attract collaborators, but the collaborators were so moved by the solo Read More

  • Noise Pop shows some major local love

    The beloved local festival Noise Pop just made its 4th announcement of acts it will be hosting February 17-27th — including 50+ Bay Area bands.  Known for bringing both huge names in indie music and highlighting great local bands, this year – the festival’s 25th happening all across the city – is going to be one Read More

  • The First Church of the Sacred Silversexual’s 7th Annual Bowie Birthday Bash – two nights at The Chapel

    The First Church of the Sacred Silversexual’s 6th Annual Bowie Birthday Bash took place on January 9th last year; one day before the unexpected passing of its musical deity David Bowie. Since then we’ve also lost Prince, George Michael, Sharon Jones, Leonard Cohen, Earth, Wind & Fire’s Maurice White, Jefferson Airplane’s Paul Kantner, Glenn Frey,  Phife Read More

  • The Easy Leaves Country Western Revival aka Western Winter Formal @ GAMH 1/7

    Country music has many faces, and none so damn good looking and Bay Area-grown as The Easy Leaves. With their ability to weave vernacular poetry and honky tonk jam, you’ll think you’d stepped into Robert’s Western World in Nashville. Now, it’s time pull on your boots, warm up with some whiskey and head out to the Read More

  • Sumif brings Seasons cheer to Rickshaw Stop

    Friday night saw Aaron Axelsson’s Popscene close out another successful year with their annual Xmas Party. Sumif headlined the event, which helped cap a successful year for the San Francisco based electro-pop singer-songwriter. Her single, “Lay Down,” reached number one on Hype Machine during the summer and she sold out Brick and Mortar Music Hall Read More

  • Photos: BROODS searching for a new Consciousness at The Fox

    In August, BROODS sold out Oakland’s Fox Theater. The New Zealand brother, sister combo have been riding a wave of success since their breakout single “Bridges” was followed up by the much-loved Evergreen, ascending them to international fame. Their latest trip to the Bay Area could be seen as unusual territory as they found themselves Read More

  • Music in the aftermath – remembering Nackt

    There are no adequate words to express our heartbreak at the tragic Ghost Ship fire last Friday night in Oakland. Along with so many others, we send our deepest condolences to the family and friends of all those lost. We also see it as part of honoring their legacy to make sure that the music Read More

SFCritic, Online Music

Category: Content
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Generated 5 months ago

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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SFCritic, Online Music

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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