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Tagged with: The Chapel

Under the Stars: Hip-hop has a moment (no, not that headline beef)

Plus: Portola 2024 lineup drops, La Luz brings 'News,' Aluminum taps Madchester, Remain in Light tours, more music

Under the Stars: Sheila E., Snoop Dogg, The Streets prove some classics still shine

Plus: New sounds from Los Bitchos, Allysha Joy, Ian Carey & Wood Metal Plastic—and RIP Rev. Cecil Williams.

Noise Pop rewind: So, how did the giant music fest do this year?

Surging local talent, national praise, unusual venues—and a couple suggestions for next year from our music critic

Under the Stars: Vinyl Williams brought some trippy San Francisco love

Plus: Cor. Ece's worthy UK house, Sun Ra meets the Outer Space Visual Communicator, Combo Tezeta takes Eli's, more music

Noise Pop report: Seablite grabbed center stage at the Chapel with hypnogogic glee

Full of psychedelic alt-'90s energy, the locals perfectly complemented headliner Laetitia Sadier and Broun Fellinis' sax.

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

Noise Pop report: 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.

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

Artists alter, deface their own work at YBCA to protest Gaza silence and decry censorship

'Love Letter to Gaza' action calls out institution for not speaking up and allegedly muzzling artists.

B-52s, Kelela, Burning Spear—the secret to this year’s local music fests is curatorial alchemy

Mixing it all up magically at Mosswood Meltdown, Sol Blume, and California Roots.