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Vagabon proves at Rickshaw Stop that she has what it takes to make it big

Vagabon

PHOTOS: Laetitia Tamko, aka Vagabon, made it clear that all the buzz surrounding her new debut album has been justified.

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Noise Pop 2017 Shows of the Week // GO4FREE to Weyes Blood, Desert Daze Caravan, Kelis & more

Noise Pop 2017 - Weyes Blood & Kelis

Win a pair of free tickets to our “Shows of the Week” for Noise Pop 2017.

Noise Pop 2017: Celebrating 25 years of Bay Area indie culture

Noise Pop 2017

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: We have locked in our top picks for the Bay Area festival’s happy hours, art shows, films and concerts.

Sunflower Bean treat SF to a solid Halloween show

Sunflower Bean

PHOTOS: The upstart indie-rock outfit proved to be engaging and confident as the trio performed songs from its 2016 debut LP.

Oh Pep! charm their SF fans with intimate, assured performance at Rickshaw Stop

Oh Pep!

PHOTOS: The Australian folk-rock duo split lead vocal duties and impressed the intimately gathered crowd with a set of songs off their debut LP.

Petite Noir makes a big impression at Rickshaw Stop

Petite Noir

SHOW REVIEW: Yannick Ilunga, who performs under the moniker Petite Noir, is someone not to be missed.

Noise Pop 2016: Daily picks & flavors of the week

Noise Pop 2016

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: To get you ready for all the Noise Pop festivities throughout the Bay Area, we present our daily picks and flavors of the week.

The Bam Team’s 5 Favorite Shows, Albums & Songs of 2015

Caribou

Showbams presents The Bam Team members’ favorite shows, albums and songs from 2015.

Caspian, Circle Takes the Square throw down a pair of heavy sets at Rickshaw Stop on a weeknight

Caspian

SHOW REVIEW: Caspian put on a display of sonic superiority for the first time in SF since 2013 while Circle Takes the Square brought an energy from another dimension.

Outside Lands announces 2015 night shows

Outside Lands 2015

Outside Lands fans will once again have the ability to keep the party going late into the night with a host of different shows throughout SF.

Controversy aside, Viet Cong are here to stay

Viet Cong

SHOW REVIEW: It’s safe to say that we will be hearing much more from this quartet for the duration of the year, even if they are known by a different name by the end of that time.

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

Caribou

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

SF Shows of the Week // GO4FREE to TV Girl, Les Sins, Mystery Skulls or Kindness at Noise Pop 2015

TV Girl, Le Sins, Mystery Skulls & Kindess

Win a pair of free tickets to one of our Noise Pop 2015 “Shows of the Week” in SF from February 23rd-March 1st.

Milky Chance packs Rickshaw Stop for SF debut

SHOW REVIEW: Milky Chance was booked as an opener to Chris Malinchak for POPSCENE’s weekly club night, but the majority of people in attendance were not there for the headliner.

WIN TICKETS: Hudson Mohawke at Rickshaw Stop 5/30 (FRI)

Win a pair of free tickets to Hudson Mohawke’s sold out show this Friday, May 30th at Rickshaw Stop in SF.

SF Beer Week Events + Close Shows = Best Week of the Year!

With SF Beer Week 2014 set to hit SF, here are our picks for perfect beer and live music matches within walking distance of each other.

Cloud Control blow through Rickshaw Stop

SHOW REVIEW: Cloud Control blew through the Rickshaw Stop, performing a fully immersive show to a small, but dedicated crowd.

PHOTOS: Mutual Benefit at Rickshaw Stop 1/25

PHOTOS: Mutual Benefit is a young band with only one LP, but it was enough to make you listen, as it’s message is delivered in the form of a crushing diamond, sticking deep, hard to shake off.

John Newman’s gospel essence impresses at Rickshaw Stop

SHOW REVIEW: A mature crowd got to POPSCENE’s 18-and-up weekly club event early to see 23-year-old, multi-talented singer/songwriter/producer John Newman.

St. Lucia treat POPSCENE patrons at Rickshaw Stop as full-length debut nears

SHOW REVIEW: Playing to a sold-out crowd of rambunctious party people, St. Lucia and his backing band kept the energy high with layered percussion and dance heavy anthems.