Red Hot Chili Peppers stream new single

Those funky white boys are back with their new single, “The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie.” Quite a mouthful, huh? the song can be found here to be heard in all of it’s red hot glory. Not only is this the first single from their upcoming album, I’m With You,
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FREE MUSIC: the Stone Foxes release two new gritty tracks

The gut-punching Southern trio known as the Stone Foxes have finally released two new tracks on their website as free downloads. After their feature on the Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Whiskey commercial, the San Francisco blues boys have brought their two newest songs, “Pyscho” and “Serious People,” to the public.
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Tom Hanks says Toy Story 4 is coming

You heard it straight from the mouth of Sheriff Woody himself, people. In a recent interview with BBC’s Tim Muffett, Tom Hanks mentioned that “Toy Story 4” will be made, and that “they’re working on it now.” The interview can be seen here around the 2:40 mark. Does this seem
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“Working for the Mouse” returns to Impact Theater

“Working for the Mouse”, brainchild of Trevor Allen, one-man show extraordinaire, is being revived at the Impact Theater, located in the basement of La Val’s Pizza on the north side of campus. Based on Allen’s time spent as a teenage actor playing Disney characters at the SoCal theme park, “Working
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Tom Morello covers MLB Baseball Tonight theme

Get ready sports fans for a wild, octave-jumping take on the theme song to Baseball Tonight. Guitarist Tom Morello has done a cover of the MLB recap show. The Rage Against the Machine and Street Sweeper Social Club guitarist, a long time Chicago Cubs fan, can be seen here in
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Grow Well Rocks the Oakland Metro Operahouse

  Grow Well hail from the Coachella Valley, and play music that is as sunny as the locale that spawned them. Playing at the Oakland Metro Operahouse, located in the warehouse district near Jack London Square, on Saturday, June 12, Grow Well put on a bombastic, adrenaline filled show, jumping
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Interview with local band Buxter Hoot’n

With their recently released album, local group Buxter Hoot’n have explored musical stylings ranging from southern twang to soothing violin melodies. The SF group have been on the road as of late promoting their new self-titled release. Amidst the shows and gigs, the band had a chance to take a
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Foster the People create tribal synth jam at Amoeba Records in SF

Yesterday, Bay Area residents flocked to San Francisco’s famous Haight-Ashbury to witness Foster the People play a short yet ecstatic performance at Amoeba Records. The SoCal trio became a five-piece onstage as they ripped through seven tracks, most of which came from their recently released album Torches. Playing tracks ranging
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