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SF Weekly reviews Ezra Furman’s show at the Rickshaw Stop
SF Weekly

Ezra Furman is a transformative performer. The last time I saw him wield a guitar was in February 2013 at a San Francisco acoustic Sofar Session. He was reticent, solo, and jarringly genuine. He was also dressed as a man in corduroy slacks. This was when he was on the verge of giving up as a touring musician, as he recently admitted in an interview with The Bay Bridged.

SF Weekly covers Fuzz at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco
SF Weekly

Guitar chops, drum chops, and most definitely bass chops: The Fuzz has it all. The band has a reputation for knowing how to improvise, jam, and shred through a set list. That’s why it sold out the Great American Music Hall Wednesday night on a double bill with only the support of Los Angeles’ Lamps.

SF Weekly announces Thee Oh Sees at SXSW
SF Weekly

Next year’s festival runs from March 13 to 22, but the buildup/lineup reveal is a gradual striptease of sorts, with Round 1 announced today. At first glance, we’re happy to see locals The Stone Foxes, The Dodos, The California Honeydrops, and Thee Oh Sees.

Ty Segall sells out Fillmore
SF Weekly

“By selling out this hallowed ballroom, the good-natured USF grad officially crossed that line from popular local artist to major national touring act, and cemented his place among the most successful local bands of the last few years.”

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