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Tagged with: As You Like It

Rave goddess Eris Drew touches down for As You Like It’s anniversary bash

Ahead of her set at Public Works, the DJ dishes about psychedelics, trans resistance, and vinyl goodies

SF’s electronic music scene remembers essential figure Alland Byallo, 1979-2023

The beloved DJ-producer passed away suddenly, but leaves a long legacy of musical innovation and party breakthroughs

Arts Forecast: Fine shows in full bloom, from corpse flower to Cure songs

Art is all around, and smells better, too. Plus: Free Folk Fest, Ambient Grace, Chinatown Dragon, Hella Warped, Cockettes, more to do

Under the Stars: Dave Aju speaks in tongues, a techno tribute to Johnny Igaz…

Alfa Mist hits all the 'Variables,' and Jared Mattson releases a groovy 'Peanut.' New music!

2022’s highlights on stage, in a year of navigating theater’s return

The best (and worst) of welcome Bay Area productions—but let's remember that COVID is still with us, please.

Update on the Bard’s gender-bending ‘As You Like It’ is a year-end treat

... too bad the company fails to heed its Shakespearean warning.

Under the Stars: Dave Aju, back with The Invisible Art Trio on heavy-grooving ‘Glossolalia’

Plus: 'SHOUTS 2022' goes bump, and a culture-pushing "Blessing" from Agent X and Fatsoul Records.

Party Radar: As You Like It returns, The Foundry reboots, Andy Tonken tribute, more

Direct to Earth with SPFDJ, Sunset Picnic, Prince Wolf fundraiser, Carl Craig, Quiche, Castro Street Fair ... it's fall party time

Noise Pop diary: Three takeaways from the big music fest

Noise Pop 2022 was an overwhelming success, signaling a return to live concerts. Of course, we have thoughts.

Christina Chatfield’s ‘Sutro’: ambient, but not for the micro-dosing set

Local electronic ace takes a turn for deep pastel textures and droney sound-worlds, absent trendy dread.