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Big Sticky Mess plays Boom Boom Room 07.22

Bay area funk sensation, Big Sticky Mess, is playing Boom Boom Room on July 22nd in support of Victor Little's Big Hit. Big Sticky Mess is at once a tongue-in-cheek homage to '70s funk, and an impressive display of musicianship, with wah-laden guitars, saxophones and punchy percussion abounding on their 2016 full-length release, "It All Looks the Same in the Dark." Listen to the title track below! - Ethan Ames

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Todd Stoops + Friends host funk throw down at The Boom Boom Room 07.27

Todd Stoops made a name for himself as the keyboard wizard of several electro-funk acts in the Northeastern United States. Recently he has relocated to the Bay Area and has found a home with Reed Mathis and the underground funk swing of his band, Electric Beethoven. On Friday, July 27, Stoops will be hosting an all-night funk free-for-all at The Boom Boom Room featuring friends from all of his current projects. Guests include Mathis, Jay Lane from RAQ, and several special guests that have yet to be announced. Tickets are $5 and available here.

- Joshua Huver

 





Folk

Time: 
20:30
Band name: 
Heron Oblivion
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/Heron-Oblivion-1613161242245463/
Venue name: 
The Echo
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New-grass act Steep Ravine at The Crepe Place 07.22

Steep Ravine is a folky rock 'n roll band steeped in bluegrass traditions from the Bay Area of San Francisco. Guitarist and lead vocalist Simon Linsteadt and violinist/vocalist Jan Purat met in high school and linked up with bassist Alex Bice while studying in Santa Cruz. They released their third full length LP, Turning Of The Fall, earlier this spring, complete with a full West Coast tour that just wrapped. On Saturday, July 22, catch a special and intimate one-off performance at the infamous Santa Cruz hotspot, The Crepe Place.

- Joshua Huver

 





Cold Beat play at El Rio 08.15

Cold Beat will be reaching the end of their Cali-based tour this month after a San Fransisco show on August 15. The band will perform their latest work, Chaos By Invitation, an album released this past April that sounds like a combination of modern day electropop and post-punk. The album creats this sonic concoction in an interesting way, with basslines and electronic pianos constructed in a post-punk style, but delivered in a modern electronic and pop manner. This mix of celestial and punching electronic pianos gives the 80s-influenced project quite the contemporary feel. Check out the track "62 Moons", a track that does just this (and is also at times reminiscent of dreampop band Beach House), below. - Pearse Devlin

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