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Friday, December 9, 2022

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Tagged with: The Chapel

Under the Stars: Mosswood Meltdown punkfest lineup announced, and it’s a hot topic

Plus: Blues Lawyer bowl us over, Fred P goes 'Out All Night,' Osees hit up UC, and DIJAHSB hits our rewind button.

Under the Stars: Orchestra Gold brings Afro-Oakland psych, plus Halloween gigs galore

We've also got your spooky season drops, from a Myele Manzanza earworm to Allysha Joy's worth-it remix release.

Under the Stars: Buscrates flexes Moog power, deep Plastic Ono Super Band cuts appear…

Plus: SF Music Day, Bandcamp Friday must-haves from Brit-funksters STR4TA, and the eccentric Peel Dream Magazine

Divine independent: The Chapel celebrates 10 years with a stacked concert lineup

The Mission venue’s Britt Govea reflects on a decade of independent live music at the former funeral home.

Fight or flight or … how John Dwyer of Osees stays punk

With the group's latest album steering into hardcore territory, San Francisco's favorite rock alumnus pays homage to the aggressive heroes of his youth.

14 can’t-miss fall concerts, from Grace Jones to Lucibela

These are the tickets, featuring Santogold, Sweater Funk, and the B-52's farewell tour.

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.

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

Under the Stars: It’s insufficient to call Kaidi Tatham ‘the UK’s Herbie Hancock,’ more

Papercuts' jangly mojo, Lucky Sun's uplifting essence, Byron the Aquarius comes through, Foamboy and Oakland Weekender rundowns