Fresh off a recent label signing with New York based Ato Records, Kopecky Family Band lands in San Francisco at the Brick and Mortar Music Hall and provides an intense evening of music.
The Walkmen and Father John Misty sell out the historic Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco for two consecutive nights, and it’s easy to understand why.
The fifth full length record from The Helio Sequence, a band that has weathered a 16-year career won’t annoy you, but it also won’t raise any of your tailfeathers.
Noise Pop has decided that one hometown music festival in San Francisco isn’t enough, and in turn, starts a one-day fall festival highlighting local bands and music.
From the ashes of punk and rock bands, The Brothers Comatose out of San Francisco show that a bluegrass mosh-pit can be just as fun on their new album.
Just 48 hours before San Diego’s The Donkeys set out on a nationwide tour, they join Rafter at the Soda Bar to the enjoyment of the hometown crowd.