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Years & Years sings sacrilegious praises at the Fillmore

Years & Years thrives in the twilight hours, making music for the adrenaline and alcohol-fueled blur between Saturday nights out and Sunday mornings after. The electro-pop outfit’s set last Monday night at the Fillmore wasn’t just a celebration of club culture or a romp in the sheets. For the trio,
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ASUC SUPERB announces fall 2015 concert lineup

Having post-concert withdrawals after catching Toro Y Moi on Memorial Glade last month? Well, never fear — ASUC Superb is back in action with its fall concert lineup! So whether you’re looking for a low-budget night out or just a quick study break while pulling that midterm all-nighter, these free,
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In concert, Glass Animals’ appeal seems crystal clear

Nothing is quite as refreshing as originality in music, and alternative group Glass Animals has discovered its niche originality both in the studio and on stage. The Oxford-based neo-psychedelic quartet graced the Fox Theatre in Oakland on Saturday night with a hazy and intimate performance to begin its 2015 world
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Circa Waves sparks passion, dancing at the Chapel

On Thursday, U.K. band Circa Waves played at the Chapel in San Francisco for the third stop on its first U.S. headlining tour. The tour follows the band’s most recent album release, Young Chasers, which has seen critical acclaim, both in its home country and abroad. The venue was small
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Bowling For Soup strikes back

Most people celebrate their 21st birthday by going completely wild — playing loud, rebellious music, hopping from bar to bar and drinking a ridiculous amount of beer. But Bowling for Soup has already spent the last two decades perfecting those skills. So in preparation for its Finally Legal Tour —
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Tokyo Police Club concert channeled intimacy, youth

Tokyo Police Club’s performance at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall pined for a foregone era — a time when the musical stylings of Weezer and Nirvana could slot as easily into the radio airwaves as those of Britney Spears or N’Sync. Dave Monks, Tokyo Police Club’s lead vocalist and
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