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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

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Under the Stars: A quick check-in with the incredible Lætitia Sadier

From Stereolab to Noise Pop, she still charms. Plus: chokecherry, Angelo Outlaw, Caroline Polachek, more great music

Live Shots: The Beaches’ post-breakup pop-rock triumph thrills the Fillmore

Powered by a breakout sophomore album, longtime Toronto indie darlings were on their victory lap.

Tommy Guerrero’s psychedelic vamp at 4-Star Theatre was quintessential SF

Noise Pop show put the revival of a beloved neighborhood cinema on display.

Rocketship of revelry: 5 records that influenced Thee Sinseers

Bandleader Joey Quiñones gives a lesson on rocksteady readiness on Noise Pop eve, from The Paragons to Operation Ivy.

Listen: DJ Disciple breaks down the cultural history of NYC’s house scene on Music Book Club

The legendary music-maker takes us on the spirited journey through decades of the NYC underground.

André 3000 spoke another language at Bimbo’s

In the first of five local shows, the Outkast star improvised with friends, babbled glossolalia, and warned that the audience was being sampled.

Under the Stars: discnogirl kicks off Noise Pop, new jams from Mad Lib, Beth Gibbons, Toro Y Moi…

The incredible Batov label does it again, the 'Mary Shelley of the guitar' returns, more music to love

Flute in hand, André 3000 returns after a decade to conquer the Bay

Did he ever really leave, though? An appreciation of the rap legend-turned-ambient musician's local history

Live Shots: Sting brought the love (and classics) to SF Symphony

'Roxanne,' 'Russians,' 'Every Breath You Take,' and other selections from the singer's long career warmed Davies Symphony Hall

Under the Stars: The Dead shall come to Vegas, riding a 4-D Sphere

Plus: Gift of Gab tribute, 'Jolene' turns 50, Kim Gordon's packing list, Afro-techno from Bucharest, more music news

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