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Local Thrash Heroes Headline Regency BallroomPlaying San Francisco for the first time since headlining a two-night residency at the Chapel last summer, Bay Area metal icons Exodus headline the Regency Ballroom Sunday night as part of the Mr. Pickles Thrash-tacular Metal Tour.
Eclectic Alt-Country Outfit Plays Bottom Of The HillDelivering it's mix of boozy gothic country and fervent gospel punk for the last quarter century, Slim Cessna's Auto Club comes to the Bay Area for this Noise Pop showcase at the Bottom of the Hill Friday night.
Unhinged Surf Band Comes To Knockout In San FranciscoA band whose literally incendiary live show has earned them a reputation as one of the can't miss acts of the surf-punk underground, masked instrumental outfit Daikaiju returns to San Francisco Thursday when it tops a four-band bill at the Knockout.
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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.
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Local Thrash Heroes Headline Regency BallroomPlaying San Francisco for the first time since headlining a two-night residency at the Chapel last summer, Bay Area metal icons Exodus headline the Regency Ballroom Sunday night as part of the Mr. Pickles Thrash-tacular Metal Tour.
Eclectic Alt-Country Outfit Plays Bottom Of The HillDelivering it's mix of boozy gothic country and fervent gospel punk for the last quarter century, Slim Cessna's Auto Club comes to the Bay Area for this Noise Pop showcase at the Bottom of the Hill Friday night.
Unhinged Surf Band Comes To Knockout In San FranciscoA band whose literally incendiary live show has earned them a reputation as one of the can't miss acts of the surf-punk underground, masked instrumental outfit Daikaiju returns to San Francisco Thursday when it tops a four-band bill at the Knockout.
Best Ways To Support San Francisco's Local Art SceneFive suggestions to help support independent artists and the local arts scene in San Francisco.
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.
Best Ways To Celebrate Black History Month In San FranciscoFebruary is Black History Month, a month long opportunity to inspire, honor, and celebrate the contributions and achievements of African Americans from its rich cultural perspective.
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.

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