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Sunday, October 2, 2022

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MusicUnder the Stars

Under the Stars

Under the Stars: ‘Natural Brown Prom Queen’ Sudan Archives takes The Independent’s crown

Plus: SF Philharmonic meets corridos tumbados, and the gospel magic of Pastor Champion.

Under the Stars: Afrobeat in the Bay, Lalin St. Juste adoration, more

Gigs and gems galore as we fete "The Gathering" at The New Parish, Elvis Costello at GAMH, Joan Jett Fest, and more.

Under the Stars: On new album, Larry June speaks to what the Bay does best

Plus: Oakland's Dandy Boy Records leads a shoegaze and lo-fi renaissance and a sophmore effort from Big Joanie comes home.

Under the Stars: A legendary organist returns, the influence of Angela Davis, more

Thao pays for free at Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, a reminder of Anteloper's brilliance—music news you've got to hear.

Under the Stars: Jazz institution Marcus Shelby shares new work at free outdoors event

Plus: 2 amazing Bandcamp Friday picks—and a blessing for Blondie super-fans.

Under the Stars: 20th Street Block Party lineup drops, Jazz is Dead funks it up

Plus: New Danger Mouse and Black Thought album is the stuff of God, and Tomu DJ's 'Half Moon Bay' brings future-hymns.

Under the Stars: Brijean baptizes with the beat, Zyah Belle’s on the rise

Plus: Noriko Miyamoto reissue shines a light on Japanese funk history, and a pit you can't miss.

Kamasi Washington’s iconic line brings the funk and spirit to The Guild Theatre

Menlo Park got into the jazz revival, as these legends showed the way.

Under the Stars: Must-hear Kokoroko, free beats at Laurel StreetFair, more

John Cale returns, Midlife comes to Independent, 'Bolsa Chica Calm' at Luggage Store Gallery—new music news!

Under the Stars: The Zombies stun the Chapel, Underground SF reopens, more

DoomCannon heralds a new stage of UK jazz, Sour Widows bear 'Witness,' NorCal Sweetwater reggae—music news galore

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