Wolfgang Voigt's storied ambient project debuts in SF with ethereal Königsforst vibes and earthy visions of erlkings.

Live Shots: The Black Madonna + Honey Dijon at August Hall

Two touring greats of the contemporary dance music scene came together for a night of diverse vibes and comfy grooves.

Join us Thursday, October 18, for live music and pre-election cheer

The Deadliners headline a neighborly fundraiser for 48 Hills—and a shot of energy as we face the midterms!

Hold, please, for Text Me Records

Local label honcho Patrick Brown on his eclectic roster, collaborative DIY model, and the lasting influence of Soulja Boy

RIP Tamale Lady, savior of a tipsy generation

Virginia Ramos, who united hungry nightlife denizens for years, has died at 65.

Don’t stand back, it’s time for ‘Night of 1,001 Stevies’

Tarot readings, plenty of scarves, and a landslide of live bands at Bottom of the Hill for Access: Women’s Health Justice benefit, Fri/25

RIP DJ Cameron Paul: a toast to the Mixx-It master

The Bay Area DJ and remixer passed away Monday night; his genius drove the local club scene of the 1980s

Burger Boogaloo announces killer 2018 lineup

Devo, the Damned, and a host of punks, Hunx, rockabillies, and subterranean souls—plus one cool kid on keyboards—to play Oakland's best rock fest.

Party Radar: Fierce and lovely for MLK Weekend

Martinez Brothers, Lando, Jibbz, Honey Soundsystem, Wetware, 'Resist: The Downward Spiral,' Miss Who Who's Celebration of Life, and more for the long weekend

Our most-read stories of 2017

From the groundbreaking Women's March to the shocking death of Mayor Ed Lee, 48 Hills continued to cover the stories that mattered.

Comedowns are for Losers: New Year’s Day Parties 2018

Don't flag out once the ball drops! From Breakfast of Champions to Hoe is Brunch, get your 2018 party marathon on.

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