Arctic Monkeys bring old hits back for San Francisco show

The seven-piece band started the show with “Four Out Of Five,” a slower hit off of the group’s newest album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. Frontman Alex Turner moved around the mic stand with Elvis Presley ease, swaying with the song and taking a seat behind the keyboard before pulling out his guitar for “Arabella.”
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DPR LIVE performs a serviceable show at UC Theater

DPR Live’s set was an impressively streamlined exercise in formulaic, feel-good indie rap. Certainly, his rhythm was tremendous and his lyricism endless. And the artist and his crew were thoroughly committed to the “live” aspect of the “Coming to You Live” tour.
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Marissa Nadler silences snide male crowd at The Chapel

Statuesque, bearded men sipped beer and rocked back and forth on their haunches to tales of gothic folk intimacy in San Francisco’s The Chapel. It had taken more than half a set to get here, but Marissa Nadler had managed to silence the aging male crowd. Her songs weave intimate
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