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Evan Lanam & The Live Oaks play Uptown Nightclub 07.13

Evan Lanam and The Live Oaks is a rowdy folk rock and roll outfit from the San Francisco Bay Area. Hailed by some as the “Anderson Paak of folk music,” Lanam fills his band with friends and plays whenever and wherever he can. The band just wrapped a three-show residency at The Boom Boom Room that spanned over a month and a half, but they aren’t slowing down. Catch them next at the Uptown Nightclub in Oakland, CA Back Focus by Evan Lanam & the Live Oaks





The Crooked Stuff kick off summer residency at Boom Boom Room 07.12

San Francisco electro-soul act, The Crooked Stuff, are kicking off their summer residency at San Francisco's Boom Boom Room on July 12th. With influences ranging from The Doors, Bad Brains, and Funkadelic, to Jamiroquai and Massive Attack, The Crooked Stuff are sonically experimental and unreserved. The band's residency continues July 26th, August 9th and 23rd. - Ethan Ames

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Homebrew: fierce rock from Santa Cruz

Homebrew, the rag-tag five-piece metal/rock outfit from Santa Cruz, CA is anything but your typical band. Borrowing from the framework of bands like Metric and Evanesence, Homebrew is fronted by the fierce personalities of Alison Maupin and lead guitarist Matt Kotila. Bassist Nel Barrow joined the rest of the group in 2015, most of whom have been playing heavy music together since 2010. - Joshua D. Huver 

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From the digital submissions: Agouti psych-pop single, "Chameleon"

Agouti, a self-described "DIY psych" band fronted by Carmen Caruso, has released a new single entitled "Chameleon." An intriguing blend of Euro-rock influences ranging from Portishead and the Cranberries to hints of early Radiohead, "Chameleon" is a coolly melancholic dirge that laments existing in one's own skin and illustrates a longing for disassociation. Listen to the single below! - Ethan Ames

This artist submitted music for coverage here.





Nine Pound Shadow play Ivy Room 06.22

Bay Area indie-pop band Nine Pound Shadow, consisting of brothers Breandain and Christopher Langlois, are playing at Ivy Room in Albany, CA on June 22nd, with Young Moon and The Daily Evening. The duo's most recent release, a self-titled EP, is a collection of five harmony-laced pop songs that are simultaneously airy and punchy. The brothers invoke the melancholic folk of James Taylor, The Shins and Sufjan Stevens on songs like "Bright Like Gold" and "Tiger Smile," as well as the grandiose orchestral pop of MGMT on "Tell Me Why." Check out the official video for "Tell Me Why" below, and be sure to get to the gig! - Ethan Ames

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