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Empty Moon Releases New Single - 75 Degrees

Oakland based indie folk band, Empty Moon has dropped a new single entitled, 75 Degrees. This new single is from their upcoming album, The Shark. This simple, lyric based song maintains a fluid music style and is reminiscent of 90s bands like The Shins and Bright Eyes.

If you're old enough to remember the music of the 90s this band will bring you nostalgia for sure. Look out for Empty Moon's new full length album which is due out on November 4th on High Dive Records. For now, check out the free track and new single, 75 Degrees via Soundcloud.

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Noise Pop 20th Street Block Party Happens TODAY!

An awesome free event is going down TODAY in the Mission. The Noise Pop 20th Street Block Party will take place from noon to 6 pm. Located on 20th street between Bryant and Harrison, there's going to be a number of cool things to check out. Bands like Melted Toys, The Mattson 2 featuring Tommy Guerrero, Myron & E and 8th Grader will be playing among others!

You can also hangout out at the Mutiny Radio Station for a fun time on Florida street, and The Box Factory will be hosting local music from Down Dirty Shake, Jordannah Elizabeth, a solo set from Luke Sweeney, Spider Heart and more.

Don't miss this event!!! It is totally FREE and such a wonderful community based gathering!! We'll see you there!

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Fritz Montana SunRunners and The Lillies Play DNA Lounge - 9/28

The City: SF Sounds is hosting a night of music at DNA Lounge on August 28th. San Francisco based Indie Rock bands, Fritz Montana, SunRunners and The Lillies will be the showcased performers of the night. If you’re into indie pop rock and roll, this is a great show to attend.

Free appetizers, Jack Daniels drink samplers, a ton of JD swag and the chance to win a guitar or Beats headphones are all great additions to this live music event. Entry to the show is totally free as well. What is there to lose? Nothing, there is only room to gain.

Make your way out to DNA Lounge on August 28th. You’ll have a good time!

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Congratulations to Scary Little Friends for Winning The Deli SF Artist of the Month Poll

Congratulations to Scary Little Friends for winning The Deli Magazine San Francisco Artist of the Month Poll! Our readers have spoken and they've chosen this hardworking band as their top choice! Scary Little Friends is a fantastic San Francisco folk band and we hope they experience as much success as possible!

You can catch the final week of Scary Little Friend's August Tuesday Residency at Amnesia in San Francisco on August 26th with Go By Ocean and The Rock Wolfz

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Band to Watch: Genuis

Band crush. Genuis is a San Francisco based experimental electronic duo that makes incredibly classy darkwave outer space tracks that holds your attention for every second their music is emitting from your speakers. These young musicians are sonically versatile and have an understanding of sound and layering that many musicians don't possess. Genuis' music has an intense amout of depth to it, but the music doesn't overwhelm you with layers that are dissonant, misplaced or out of key. Also, there can be one moment where you'll hear an intense intergalactic song and the next you'll find yourself listening to a minimal acoustic anti folk track. Nonetheless, by the time you get through their album, whether your ear catches a lofi or heavily produced song won't matter. 

&thony (Anthony Michael Leedom) and Elfboi (Lien Bao Do) make a great duo, and Bao Do's voice is incredibly charming and brings a lot of enchantment to the songs. We're totally into it. The songs have layered and atmospheric personality and you should get into Genuis for sure. -je

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