Pioneering Occult-Rock Band Headlines Great AmericanLate 1960's occult-obsessed psychedelic rockers Coven come to San Francisco to play a rare show at the Great American Music Hall Saturday, sharing the stage with local metal heroes Hammers of Misfortune.
Local Prog/Pop Mavericks Return To The Chapel For Free ShowTaking their signature mix of progressive rock, knotty jazz fusion and hooky AM pop influences into bold new territory, Oakland favorites Once and Future Band headline a free show at the Chapel Saturday night.
Local Funk Outfit Celebrates New EP With North Bay ShowsA Bay Area funk institution for over a decade, Monophonics plays songs from it's brand new EP of cover songs entitled 'Mirrors' when it hosts this two-night record release party at the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley starting Friday.
Local 'Geriatric' Punks Bring Entertaining Noise To Eagle TavernLocal geriatric punk-rock reprobates The Grannies share the stage with unhinged American expat band from Shanghai Round Eye at this Depth Charge showcase Thursday night.
Iconic Rock Singer Teams With Turntable Maestro For Sold-Out ShowFaith No More singer and man of a thousand voices Mike Patton takes the stage at the Chapel this weekend for two nights of unique collaboration with virtuoso scratch master DJ Qbert starting Friday.
Paul Simon Announces 'Homeward Bound' Farewell Tour Stop at Oracle Arena"It feels a little unsettling, a touch exhilarating and something of a relief," Simon said.
Genesis Tribute Act Offers Intricate Renditions Of Classic TunesGenesis tribute act the Musical Box celebrates the 50th anniversary of the British progressive-rock greats by presenting their stunning recreation of the theatrical band's live shows at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco for two nights starting Monday.
Local Label Celebrates Heavy Sounds In San FranciscoA Bay Area label that has become a bastion for heavy sounds from both here and abroad celebrates with a party featuring a whopping five bands including local favorites Blackwülf, Warcloud and Zed when Ripplefest II takes over Thee Parkside Saturday.
All-Star Hard Rock Cover Band Headlines The ChapelBrought together by a love for hard-rock hits, the all-star local covers outfit the Butlers delivers an array of radio staples and album cuts from bands like Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy, Queen and more at the Chapel Friday night.
Japanese Prog-Punk Band Tops Bill At ParksideReunited experimental Japanese trio Green Milk from the Planet Orange brings it's psychotic mix of progressive rock and punk to Thee Parkside in San Francisco Thursday night, topping a high-powered four band bill.
Acclaimed Soul Singer Teams With Psychedelic Afrobeat Band In SFNYC-based soul singer Kendra Morris previews new songs from her highly anticipated next album when she plays Brick and Mortar Music Hall this Wednesday with Antibalas guitarist Marcos Garcia's heavy psych/Afrobeat group Here Lies Man.
Former Bauhaus Singer Kicks Off Residency At The ChapelIconic "godfather of goth" and founding member of Bauhaus Peter Murphy begins an extended residency at the Chapel in San Francisco this Friday, playing albums from his entire solo discography in their entirety leading up to three all-Bauhaus concerts starting February 14.