Excited to announce a badass EE show as the year winds down! We’ve also got a couple more eclectic EE events to announce in the coming weeks so get hyped!
For now, mark your calendars for Thursday, November 8th at Amnesia Bar in San Francisco (Valencia & 19th.) Shows starts at 8:30 where DJ Bad Girl Bailey kicks things off the night. Stoked on a bill with an SF staples and a couple bands stopping in the city for one night only! RSVP on Facebook and here’s more lineup details:
SF-based dark and ominous electro pop project of Andrew Gomez and Bevin Fernandez.
NRVS LVRS on Facebook
Comin’ straight outta Phoenix, MRCH has been an energetic soundtrack for the mid-afternoon blues as of late.
MRCH on Facebook
Bringin’ the Portland steez to round out the bill…vibes of Cindy Lauper glammed up for the late 00’s.
Fringe Class on Facebook
Come fuck with us on Thursday night! $8 at the door and the best craft beer list of any music venue in SF. Holler!
Phono Del Sol 2017 was a vibrant celebration of the Bay Area music scene. The Bay Bridged and Tiny Telephone put together a lineup of artists that truly reflected the pulse of local Bay Area music and the people in attendance were just as much a part of the festivities. For all of the energy that artists like Rayana Jay, Duckwrth, Bells Atlas, Oh Sees, Jay Som and others put forth, there was an equal amount of passion radiating right back from the crowd.
This was a true display of community positivity and well-being and I couldn’t help but feel compelled to capture the smiles, the vibes, the looks and the feel of a day that was totally enjoyed by all. Check out the portrait collection below of friends, acquaintances, artists, a dog, a burrito and a beautiful day. Cheers.
All photos by Adrian Spinelli (except #10 by Sabrina Mai)
I had the pleasure of seeing Empress Of this past Tuesday at Rickshaw Stop here in SF. It was one of those shows when you’ve been listening to an artist and an album so much lately, that it just felt like a special occasion that they’d happen to be coming through town at the same time. There was a memorable opening set from electro R&B up and comer ABRA and Trails and Ways’ Keith Brower-Brown dropped a super sweet DJ set at the start of and end of the night that kept the vibes going long after Rodriguez left the stage. (Also, I must’ve watched this 10-second clip of Empress Of’s enchanting, “Threat”, twenty times before I hit the hay that night.)
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