7/13. The Leftovers’ “Magic City @ Z Below. 470 Florida St. SF. $10. 8pm. Featuring Group Hug and Ukelenny. Tickets Available: Here.

7/13. The Leftovers’ “Magic City @ Z Below. 470 Florida St. SF. $10. 8pm. Featuring Group Hug and Ukelenny. Tickets Available: Here.

djrealsmells:

Check out Todd Berman’s portrait of DJ REAL performing in The Red Devil Lounge at the W.A.S.H. show. Thanks Todd!
 You can check out his artwork here.

djrealsmells:

Check out Todd Berman’s portrait of DJ REAL performing in The Red Devil Lounge at the W.A.S.H. show. Thanks Todd!

 You can check out his artwork here.

[Art, the most vital, engaging, fulfilling  social and cultural cornerstone we have, is hard to maintain. Even if you excel far beyond your wildest dreams creatively and professionally, there is an ever thin line between continuing and disbanding. This holds true to our friends, Bobby Joe Ebola & The Children MacNuggits, a Bay Area power-trust of the catchiest, most sincere musical satire currently available ANYWHERE. Their prolific reemergence has come at great personal sacrifice and has reached a tipping point. They can not continue without explicit financial support. I implore you to at least check out their story and contribute what you can because their work makes this blog, this region and this world a better place. 

(Source: bobbyjoeebola)

"The Compliments (feat. Too $hort) by The Lonely Island. Album: The Wack Album. Year: 2013. 

[This is HUGE! The Lonely Island has silently — and not so silently — repped the Bay, their home, during their tenure as pop phenomenonS. But you can’t get more Bay Area than the legendary Too $hort. $hort’s story is a bedtime tale for anybody who grew up in/around the 925(10) — listen to this interview for a definitive telling — and it’s a historic (Bay Rap/Frap) collaboration on this track.]

(Source: Spotify)

Favorite Things of Last Night: K^ren.
[This trio plundered with absolute pretense, irreverence, and CHARACTER. They go hard in the taint. Click the photo for a taste. Check them out live for the full effect.]

Favorite Things of Last Night: K^ren.

[This trio plundered with absolute pretense, irreverence, and CHARACTER. They go hard in the taint. Click the photo for a taste. Check them out live for the full effect.]

6/5. The Thing That Ate Temescal (Comedy + Music) @ Good Bellies Cafe. 4659 Telegraph Ave. Oakland. 8:30pm. Free (Donations Accepted). Featuring Jessica Sele, Jesse Elias, Jon Schabl, Kyle Mizono, Ron Chapman, Chad Opitz, Erik Krasner and hosted by George Chen. Music by Karen [Featured Below]

6/5. The Thing That Ate Temescal (Comedy + Music) @ Good Bellies Cafe. 4659 Telegraph Ave. Oakland. 8:30pm. Free (Donations Accepted). Featuring Jessica Sele, Jesse Elias, Jon Schabl, Kyle Mizono, Ron Chapman, Chad Opitz, Erik Krasner and hosted by George Chen. Music by Karen [Featured Below]

antirecords:

Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt explains the song “The Magic Clap” by The Coup from their new album ‘Sorry To Bother You,’ out now!

[The Coup (Bay Area Natives) meets Patton (#SF90s Resident). Awesome.]

DJ REAL by Leo Hochberg
5/15. The PM Show w/ Juan Medina (Birthday Edition) @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. Featuring Conor Kellicutt, DJ REAL & Drennon Davis, Adam McLaughlin, and Shanti Charan. 

5/15. The PM Show w/ Juan Medina (Birthday Edition) @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. Featuring Conor Kellicutt, DJ REAL & Drennon Davis, Adam McLaughlin, and Shanti Charan. 

Favorite Things of Last Night: “Guitar Pill” by Henry Phillips. Album: Number 2. 

(Source: Spotify)