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Hungry Skinny Lemme Adams Talk of Shamans and and El Terrible Play Elbo Room - 9/19

On September 19th at the Elbo Room will host a hyper local line up of great bands. San Francisco based garage bands, Hungry Skinny, Lemme Adams, Talk of Shamans and El Terrible will create a bit of havoc and put on a great show. This is a strong line up that really leaves no room for any doubt that the night will be musically fulfilling.

We totally think you should do your best to make it out to this show. Support local musicians in San Francisco.


Talk of Shamans False Priest Peachelope and bAd bAd Play Publik / Private Event at Amnesia TONIGHT

A stellar line up of some of the Bay Area’s finest garage folk and alternative bands will be performing for the first night of the San Francisco based arts and music nonprofit, Publik / Private’s Tuesday night residency at Amnesia.

Journalist and radio host, Victor Valle curated the event under the moniker Counter Culture Presents after his management firm Counter Culture Artist Management. But it’s not about business tonight, this event is for a good cause and every Tuesday in September Publik / Private will highlight a new line up from a local promoter, artist or community leader who believes in supporting the Bay Area arts community as much as Publik / Private and The Deli Magazine SF do.

We know that San Francisco has been going through a super rough time when it comes to venues and artists no longer being able to work and live in their own community. This event will help bring opportunities to artists and writers by connecting them with job and internship opportunities, it will also allow Publik / Private to continue to put on events that give exposure to young and seasoned musicians alike. We like this!

Make your way out to Amnesia tonight to see Talk of Shamans, False Priest, Peachelope and bAd bAd.


Congratulations to Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah for Winning the Deli Magazine SF Artist of the Month Poll!

Congratulations to Lee Gallagher and The Hallelujah for winning the The Deli Magazine San Francisco Artist of the Month Poll!

It was a bit of a close race, but they came out on top and have become The Deli Magazine SF's Artist of the Month! The fans and readers have chosen their top choice and we personally love this band’s high intensity Zepplin - psych revival style of music. If you want to witness a pristine rock and roll show that will make you think in the back of your mind that you’re having a religious experience, Lee Gallagher is the band to see.

We wish them the best in all their endeavors! We dig the music!

You can catch them live at The Chapel in San Francisco on Thursday, September 4th!

 

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The Asteroid #4 California Raga Association and Powder Support Rain Parade At Brick and Mortar Music Hall Tonight

Tonight is going to be a very auspicious musical occasion. The legendary Paisely Underground band, Rain Parade will be performing at Brick and Mortar Music Hall tonight.

Local veteran psych bands, The Asteroid #4 and California Raga Association will be supporting Rain Parade along with Britpop band, Powder and San Francisco shoegaze staple Joel Gion who will be DJing throughout the entire show.

This evening will be a night of nostalgia and a time for younger music lovers to discover music that defined an era in the West Coast music scene. A large chunk of the town will be heading to this show so make sure you get there a little early so you can get close to the stage! -je


Luke Sweeney Celebrates Album Release at Brick and Mortar Music Hall TONIGHT

Luke Sweeney will be celebrating his album release at Brick and Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco TONIGHT. Sweeney's full length debut album, Adventure: Us is complete and ready for your consumption so you should definitely go out and celebrate the occasion!

This San Francisco based musician is awesome and his music videos and singles have been great indications of what his full album has to offer. Again, we totally suggest you make it a solid plan to head to Brick and Mortar Music Hall and celebrate this hardworking musician's accomplishments thus far!

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