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Daniel Bromfield

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Daniel Bromfield is a San Francisco native and arts journalist whose work has appeared in the Bay Guardian, San Francisco Magazine, Resident Advisor, and various music sites. He ran the SF Rebirth blog, documenting all-ages shows in the Bay Area, from 2010 to 2013. His work can be found at danielbromfield.com

A love of baseball doesn’t quite come ‘Out of Left Field’ for this queer youth

Local author Jonah Newman's semi-autobiographical graphic novel tells a tale of self-discovery on the diamond.

Oh the (budget) horrors! Unnamed Film Fest gave us Frogman, Flesh Games, more frights

'The vomit and farts were real,' one director claimed at a post-show Q&A at Balboa Theatre.

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum returns, just in time for the rise of the machines

Oakland avant-prog outfit's 'of the Last Human Being' employs sledgehammer dulcimers, cartoon xylophones, and 'The Wiggler.'

Ambient hero Steve Roach builds ‘Structures from Silence’ inside Grace Cathedral

Tapping into the sonic architecture of his 40-year-old breakthrough, the Arizonan returns to a sacred space.

Noise Pop report: Chiquimamani-Condori rebuked the algorithm at Gray Area

Bolivian American noise artist cut through autoplay BS for adoring fans; UK headliner Actress was not so steady.

Noise Pop report: Diode diva Suzanne Ciani channeled Grace Cathedral’s ambient majesty

Kiss the Buchla: One of our most vital electronic music trailblazers took an awe-struck crowd to church

Ann Annie scales modular marvels to chamber music heights

Eli Goldberg's project, named for a Himalayan peak, expands from electronic landscapes to acoustic collaboration

The primordially horrifying wavelength of ‘Skinamarink’

Balboa Theatre hosts the film phenomenon that taps into spooky liminal spaces and physical media nostalgia.

The Best Music of 2023: Feel what’s happening now

ML Buch, DJ-E, Anohni & the Johnsons, Lana Del Ray, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Call Super, more made it personal this year

Bringing classic ‘Jewish Frankenstein’ film ‘The Golem’ to musical life

Guitarist Gary Lucas plays his eerie live score for 1920 German Expressionist landmark at the JCCSF