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After almost two decades apart, Failure are making up for lost time now


SHOW REVIEW: The world needs more space rock like Failure, so here’s hoping that they press on.


SF product Bhi Bhiman packs The Independent for album release party

Bhi Bhiman

PHOTOS: The Sri Lankan-American folk rocker performed a mix of both old and new songs for his adopted hometown crowd.

Girlschool are still teaching fans how to rock hard more than 35 years later


PHOTOS: With their cult following gathering at Slim’s in SF, “the longest running all-female rock band” hit upon a number of fan favorites.

The Jesus and Mary Chain celebrate 30 years of ‘Psychocandy’ at The Warfield

The Jesus and Mary Chain

PHOTOS: Closing out its nine-city North American road trip in SF, the Scottish alternative rock outfit played its debut album from front to back.

Ana Tijoux brings fresh rhymes, beats and visuals to Mezzanine

Ana Tijoux

PHOTOS: French-Chilean musician Ana Tijoux might stand 5-feet tall, but on stage, she performs like she’s 10-feet tall.

alt-J, Tycho stun a sold-out Fauxchella crowd at the Greek Theatre


SHOW REVIEW: Beautifully executed and perfectly syncopated with its surroundings, this show is one that those in attendance will definitely be talking about for quite some time.

Royal Blood give Slim’s a royal ass-kicking with Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich joining duo onstage

Royal Blood

SHOW REVIEW: While there may be only two guys on stage for this English rock band, there was no lack of enthusiasm at the second of two sold-out shows in SF.

Noise Pop 2015: Who made the ‘most’ of SF’s 12-day indie fest?


FESTIVAL REVIEW: Noise Pop never fails to create some of the most memorable experiences in live entertainment throughout the Bay Area each year.

Noise Pop 2015: Get the most out of San Francisco’s essential 12-day indie fest

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Get the most out of Noise Pop 2015! Take a gander at our top picks in music, film, photography and stage for the 12-day Bay Area festival.

The Soft White Sixties, Mahgeetah & Coo Coo Birds rock ‘Showbams Presents’ showcase at Brick & Mortar

The Soft White Sixties

SHOW REVIEW: The Soft White Sixties were joined by opening acts Mahgeetah and Coo Coo Birds in a grand finale of epic proportions, presented by Showbams.

The Jayhawks honor list of legends at The Fillmore

The Jayhawks

PHOTOS: American alt-country outfit The Jayhawks haven’t put out a studio album since 2011, but that hasn’t slowed them down roughly 30 years since they formed in the Twin Cities.

Primus bring Danny Carey from Tool into a Bay Area tradition

SHOW REVIEW: There are few things in this world that are as much of a sure thing as a local New Year’s Eve show from the kings of oddity and tweakerdom.

Dillon Francis continues his rise toward EDM stardom at the Fox

Dillon Francis

PHOTOS: As his popularity among EDM fans continues to grow, Dillon Francis brought heavy beats, an impressive light show and a colorful stage setup to the Fox Theater Oakland.

SBTRKT, BBNG, Rock The Boat highlight TIMF 2014 nightlife

PHOTOS: Treasure Island Music Festival extended the good times with an onslaught of night shows and after parties, getting several venues, a museum and even a luxury yacht involved in the action.

It’s good to hear Conor Oberst happy

SHOW REVIEW: Conor Oberst’s performance at The Fillmore featured special guests that were also appearing at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.