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Saturday, May 27, 2023

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Music Review

Garage punk power trio free jazz? It was the moment for James Brandon Lewis

At SFJAZZ for Noise Pop, the Sonny Rollins-anointed saxophonist burned the house down.

Noise Pop got trippy with snow-watch jazz and a royal local guest

Umbrellas be damned: Nate Mercereau, Carlos Niño, Jesse Peterson, and legend Idris Ackamoor kept SFJAZZ toasty

Noise Pop kicked off with plushie adoration for No Vacation

A sold out crowd of youthful acolytes filled the Chapel for the return of the Bay Area-bred indie faves.

With audience assist, the Grammys did right by hip-hop and (almost) Beyoncé

65th edition of the awards was actually good, celebrating global and essential roots forms.

Yo-Yo Ma’s trio sparkles, romps—and illuminates Beethoven’s sublime

Addition of violinist Leonidas Kavakos to Ma's collab with pianist Emmanuel Ax ignites new flame in the all-stars.

Bring the noise: Terrific live shows of 2022

Destroy Boys, Brijean, Björk, Moor Mother, The Zombies, and more lit up local stages and amped the scene

Lizzo bought a platinum flute in San Francisco, which she might call ‘Steph Curry’

And more revelations from Saturday’s sequin-heavy Chase Center concert, the last US stop on her Special Tour.

Review: Through the screams, indie charmer Alex G’s endless summer lit the Fillmore

The Philly songwriter's fans were wildly enthusiastic, but didn't drown out the deadpan humor and relatable warmth

Post-punk trio Automatic brought the heat at SF gig

Sweat dripped during their show at The Chapel—blame it on the irresistible New/No Wave verve

On eve of SF gig, uplifting not-pop artist Helado Negro talks his wild ride

Electro-soother shares scenes from 2021's critically-acclaimed 'Far In'—plus, what was on his teenage playlist.

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