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MS MR’s ‘How Does It Feel’ tour takes a packed Fox Theater Oakland by storm

MS MR

SHOW REVIEW: Despite only a few years of production and two studio albums under their belt, MS MR are set to reshape the contemporary pop landscape.

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We don’t burn … we swym! Symbiosis is not another Burning Man pretending to be a music festival

Symbiosis Gathering 2015

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: 2015 marks the 10-year Re:Union of The Gathering, which aims to educate just as much as entertain.

A one-man pop machine, Penguin Prison basks in the spotlight while energizing The Independent

Pengiun Prison

SHOW REVIEW: Penguin Prison’s Chris Glover donned his sweat-drenched uniform of white as proof of a lively performance in SF.

Oakland’s Trails and Ways use their worldly travels to captivate a sold-out Independent

Trails and Ways

PHOTOS: It’s difficult to debut new music and maintain solid engagement with a crowd, but Trails and Ways were able to leverage the delicate intimacy of The Independent and create the best of both worlds.

Chromeo & The Glitch Mob throw a funky fresh dance party at the Greek Theatre Berkeley

Chromeo

SHOW REVIEW: Chromeo’s journey over the last 14 years has accumulated a wide following, only strengthened during their performance when they forge personal connections with their fans.

Sasquatch! continues to reign supreme as the Pacific Northwest’s premier music festival

Sasquatch! Music Festival

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Embracing the culture of the Pacific Northwest, Sasquatch! caters to the growing breed of indie-centric fans caring just as much about the festival experience (if not more) than the music itself.

of Montreal consume SF crowd with Da Vinci angels, Abraham Lincoln Spiderman, boxing stripper dogs

of Montreal

SHOW REVIEW: of Montreal continued to impress and engage fans with their psychedelic mix of pop, funk and electronic glam, matching their instrumental prowess and consuming us with Da Vinci angels, Abraham Lincoln Spiderman and boxing stripper dogs.