Gucci Mane brings his ‘Trap God Tour’ to the Bay

Gucci Mane

PHOTOS: If you mention trap in the context of Southern hip-hop, the first name that should come to mind is Gucci Mane.

Weezer, Panic! at the Disco show they still got it in front of a packed house at Shoreline Amphitheatre


PHOTOS: Both bands brought plenty of fans to the outdoor venue, but Panic! at the Disco stole the show with a fantastic set and an amazing energy onstage.

Chelsea Wolfe shows her dark side at The Chapel

Chelsea Wolfe

PHOTOS: A lovely marriage of electronic, folk and metal, the California native’s music has a beautiful, yet lonely appeal.

MC YOGI gets personal at The Independent


PHOTOS: Joined by author Noah Levine, the SF native never fails to throw a fun party with his transcendental brand of hip-hop.

The Independent serves as the perfect setting for Baio’s moody electropop


PHOTOS: After making his SF debut at Treasure Island Music Festival, the Vampire Weekend bassist’s show was a slow, chill ride through an electronic soundscape.

STS9’s stunning live show transports their Bay Area fans to a magical world


PHOTOS: An STS9 show is something every live music fan should witness at least once in their life.

Santa Cruz’s The Devil Makes Three return to the Fox Theater Oakland to rock a packed house

The Devil Makes Three

PHOTOS: The trio not only played some great music, but also had a fun party vibe that kept everyone dancing during the whole show.

Marina and the Diamonds get playful, sultry and more at the Fox Theater Oakland

Marina and the Diamonds

PHOTOS: With Marina Lambrini Diamandis’ beauty, talent and sound, it’s easy to see why Marina and the Diamonds are a huge success.

The Dean Ween Group show that even half of Ween is still a great thing

The Dean Ween Group

PHOTOS: It’s been a while since SF was lucky enough to watch Ween perform live, and The Dean Ween Group managed to put on a pretty amazing show.

Dâm-Funk is proving he’s out to change funk


PHOTOS: His performance at The Independent was more than just a show. It was a statement.

Rey Pila shine in return to Fox Theater Oakland as opener for Brandon Flowers

Rey Pila

PHOTOS: Although the Mexico City band might have gotten lost in the pop goth of the 80’s, it now flourishes with a great rock sound.

Purity Ring, BRAIDS give a sold-out Fox Theater Oakland everything it could hope for and more

Purity Ring

SHOW REVIEW: Canada took over the Fox Theater Oakland as Edmonton electronic duo Purity Ring and Calgary art rock band BRAIDS captivated a capacity crowd.

The Wombats rock the pants off a sold-out Fillmore

The Wombats

PHOTOS: A show at The Fillmore never disappoints, and this one was no exception.

James Bay puts a spell on The Independent

James Bay

PHOTOS: The British singer-songwriter’s music is compelling and sincere, and his live show is full of vibrancy.

Ministry are still preaching to the choir after more than 25 years


PHOTOS: Al Jourgensen’s zeal at The Regency Ballroom showed that Ministry live is part thrash, part punk and still all fun.

We Are Scientists are making rock fun(NY) again

We Are Scientists

PHOTOS: On this night at The Independent, it seemed like a win-win for both the crowd and the indie-rock band out of New York.

Reptar don’t slow down in return to The Independent


PHOTOS: Georgia alt-rockers Reptar were back in SF for another eclectic show that was fast-paced, high energy and definitely worth seeing.

Damien Rice writes sad songs, but he looks plenty happy performing them live

Damien Rice

SHOW REVIEW: Watching the singer-songwriter’s live show, one gets both the sweet and the sour that makes for a completely unique experience.

Deap Vally start their week off by rocking The Chapel

Deap Vally

PHOTOS: The female rock duo from Los Angeles made its way north for an intimate Monday night gig in SF.

NYC rappers Talib Kweli & Immortal Technique team up to take on The Fillmore

Talib Kweli & Immortal Technique

PHOTOS: East Coast hip-hop hit SF as two of New York City’s finest showcased “The Peoples Champions Tour” at The Fillmore.