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Monday, December 6, 2021

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Review: Funk trances and kitty shout-outs take stage for soaring Thundercat show at Warfield

The Grammy-winning virtuoso was emanating light—and the rave-ready audience basked.

Under the Stars: Jingle beats, from holiday mixes to local gift-y get-downs

C'mon Grinch, everyone needs a merry mixtape in the back pocket of their snowpants.

Bandcamp Friday picks: Seeing the future with Seven Davis Jr.

Prime yourself for the best day of the month to support artists with new releases from the SF producer, plus 8ulentina, Risa T, and Latanya Alberto.

Acid jazz through a neoteric prism: Get to know MF Robots

The British group's latest album 'Break the Wall' shows funk prowess.

Live Shots: GWAR keeps the masks *on* at The Regency

Monster rock delights the mosh pit, with openers Napalm Death and Eyehategod coming strong

Patrice Rushen gets her flowers in 40th anniversary re-release of ‘Straight From The Heart’

Certainly, the bouquet includes "Forget Me Nots"—but dive deeper into the album's tracklist for a reminder of the arranger's massive impact on Black radio.

Live Shots: A joyful noise at GLIDE’s Annual Holiday Jam

Bobby McFerrin, Fantastic Negrito, Vernon Bush, more came to celebrate GLIDE's social justice mission.

Under the Stars: Howless levels up, Artsick jangles, Seablite shimmers…

Plus: Remy Le Boeuf and Electric Squeezebox Orchestra' Architecture of Storms,' Jeff Parker's 'Forfolks,' more music news

At Bay Area Nights, Too $hort celebrated his 35-year legacy with fan family

The local hero is the first rapper to release an album in each of five decades. Last Thursday, he showcased classic and new.

90 percent of concerts will be free at gleaming new Bowes Center

Classical deity Yo-Yo Ma opened SF Conservatory of Music's additional building, with airy concert halls and student housing.

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