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Midtown Social hits the town and The Stud

Before Midtown Social’s forthcoming Fantastic Colors album drops they’re touring all over California and beyond this summer with their fun and funky beats. On May 12th they’re busting out an 80’s themed dance party at one of our most beloved SF spots for queer culture and entertainment, The Stud. Whether you’re black, white, straight, queer, single or taken, come one come all, sport some sassy 80’s inspired attire and shake what you got. Midtown Social is known for bringing the house down with their California soul and room-encompassing beats. Can’t make it out on the 12th? Catch them at a number of different venues all over California and beyond. - Lucille Faulkner

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Tycho releases single “Easy”

After 2016’s Grammy-nominated, Billboard-topping album Epoch, we’ve been waiting to see what Tycho would come out with next. In April they released their latest single “Easy” and it’s a fascinating, moving piece with quiet aqueous vibes combined with whispering vocals and synthy pops of sound. Scott Hansen (Tycho’s primary composer) says he wanted to “...focus inward to reveal a human side to the music.” Give it a listen here and drift away. - Lucille Faulkner

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Alycia Lang’s new single The Only One

Alycia Lang’s new single “The Only One” was just released off her upcoming album Makeshift out May 17. After her previous work with bands Waterstrider and Trails and Ways, Lang decided to work on her solo album and the result is jazzy rock with a hint of pop breathing warm percussives and lightly twanged vocals. Previous releases off the forthcoming LP (check out single “Projector”) are poppy, mildly synthed out, Enya-touched and sexy. Stay tuned for upcoming shows. - Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor





Ivy Room Presents a Night of Queer Songwriters

On Thursday, May 16 the Ivy Room will host an evening full of lovely music, all from queer artists. Performing will be Rob Jamner, indie rock storyteller and poet, who will be releasing his EP Holding Stones and playing short films from independent filmmakers Jesse Israel, Sair Goetz, Marica Petrey, Jared Swanson, and Andy Strong. Americana guitarist and songwriter Briget Boyle will be playing some sweet tunes from her new album The Next Line. We’ll also have Kristen Ford who’ll be touring from Nashville and playing her soul meets electropop jams, and Oh The Nerve, a queer feminist pop/R&B band from Berkeley. Check out all their music below and come on out! – Lucille Faulkner

 





Milk Bar Hosts Blac Rabbit, Moon Daze and Easy 4/24!

The Throwin’ Bo’s folks are bringing a pretty solid line up to Milk Bar this Wednesday night. A local favorite, Moon Daze, will be gracing the stage with their fun dream pop hotness. Easy is coming up from LA with their psych rock vibes. And last but dear lord not least is Blac Rabbit. It’s a true treat to have these boys touring from NY. Their rocks and rolls are high, their baselines are a dreamy hot backbone and all with just the right amount of reverb and harmonic moments that are on point. Wednesday the 24th at Milk Bar! - Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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