Be Calm Honcho samples new material in sunny, lively set

Noise Pop 2016

San Francisco-based indie rock act Be Calm Honcho may have played Noise Pop Festival the same night as big-name bands Metric and Joywave, but Brick and Mortar Music Hall still found itself swarmed with legions of hip 20-somethings, man buns and septum piercings abound. Noise Pop has been all about
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Noise Pop Music Festival brings powerful sounds to Bay Area

Last month marked the beginning of San Francisco’s indie music, arts and film festival Noise Pop, hosted by San Francisco’s multitude of concert venues like Great American Music Hall and Rickshaw Stop. In its 22nd year, Noise Pop boasts an array of emerging artists, while also showcasing critically-acclaimed bands. Thrown
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The Garden sees its popularity grow

From flipping disks at Orange County label Burger Records to zipping down high-fashion runways, twins Wyatt and Fletcher Shears of the Garden intend to get down to the meat of what they are. Not only do they rip through songs — the shortest of which is 25 seconds — but they are
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Talking with Bay Area rapper G-Eazy

Outside the Brick and Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco on Sunday night, the streets went wild with the news of the Giants’ World Series win. Inside, the energy (and the crowd) was just as high when Bay Area-born rapper and producer, G-Eazy, stopped by as part of his nationwide
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