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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Aug. 30th release date anounced for new Tom Morello album

Folks, it’s that time again. Ready your Molotov cocktails, megaphones and other protest gear because Tom Morello’s folk alter ego, the Nightwatchman, has announced August 30th as the release date for his next album, World Wide Rebel Songs. The musically-inclined activist has been busy lately with a multitude of other
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