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SF Oysterfest 2017 serves up a stacked lineup of electronic-tinged indie pop

2017 SF Oysterfest Music Festival - featured

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Oysterfest truly has it all: great live music, food, drinks and a ticket price that is just right. So, what’s not to love?

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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.

Showbams Presents: The Soft White Sixties, Mahgeetah & Coo Coo Birds at Brick & Mortar 1/28 (WED)

We’re presenting our first show this Wednesday at Brick & Mortar Music Hall in SF with stacked local talent, and we want you to join us.

PHOTOS: The Soft White Sixties at Slim’s 4/25

PHOTOS: One of the most talked about San Francisco bands, The Soft White Sixties, returned for an engagement at Slim’s this past Friday night.

WIN TICKETS: The Soft White Sixties at Slim’s 4/25 (Friday)

Win a pair of free tickets to The Soft White Sixties Friday, April 25th at Slim’s in San Francisco.

Festival Review: Noise Pop 2014

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Noise Pop Festival 2014 has come and gone, and what a jam-packed week of music and merriment it was!

Noise Pop explodes with The Soft White Sixties at The Chapel

SHOW REVIEW + PHOTOS: Surely, The Soft White Sixties are destined to launch onto larger stages and broader success as a band. Ready and poised, all the ingredients are there.

12 reasons to grab a Noise Pop festival badge

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Noise Pop Festival, a week-long event spread out amongst the finest 22 venues in SF, makes for the finest extended independent music showcase on the West Coast.

Outside Lands 2013 beer/artist pairings

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Beer Lands at Outside Lands Music Festival returns for its second year, so we’ve paired local brew options with some of our most anticipated acts.

SF locals The Soft White Sixties start the summer strong at The Indy

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: There isn’t much of a better manner to release a new album than by selling out a heralded room in your hometown, and that’s exactly what the Soft White Sixties pulled off this past Friday.