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Rainbow Girls The Hot Toddies The She's and Kendra McKinley Play the Fillmore - 1/31

An all-female Bay Area based line up will be supporting Santa Barbara's Rainbow Girls at the Fillmore in San Francisco on January 31st. For the first time, the Fillmore will host a line up of all women led bands. The Oakland based surf pop band The Hot Toddies along with San Francisco's leading riot grrrl rock ensenble, The She's and the Bay Area based singer/songwriter, Kendra McKinley will be taking over the venue while playing their ecclectic styles of music.

It's great to see that there's always something groundbreaking going on in the local music scene. You can't say you'll ever be bored on a random night in the Bay Area. Make sure you go out and support these hardworking bands!

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Friend of Tricycle Records Compilation Release Show: The Hot Toddies The Tambo Rays Kill Moi Odd Owl and BLAUS at Brick and Mortar Music Hall TONIGHT

Brick and Mortar Music Hall will be hosting a show in celebration of Tricycle Records most recent compilation, Friends of Tricycle Records vol. III TONIGHT. The Hot Toddies are an all female band that combines the styles of sunshine pop vocals and indie rock distorted riffs into one great package of addictive sounds. The Tambo Rays bring a fresh twist to the cliché indie genre, bringing a mixture of female and male vocals, a tasteful amount of vocal delay, and a truly danceable sound. Kill Moi brings some fun instruments to the night, including an amazingly incorporated horn section, as well as a taste of indie alternative rock to the night. Odd Owl brings a bigger dance feel tonight, taking on a lighter indie sound but with a contagious rhythm. Lastly, booty house duo BLAUS will be filling in the night with a DJ set of their newest tunes from their album “Black + White”. 

This show is jammed full of good music from a number of different genres – which we really like. Don’t miss out! -Victor Casillas Valle

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Download: Friends of Tricycle Records Compilation Vol. 2 + New Video from Le Vice

The Bay's Tricycle Records is giving away some great Bay Area bred music on its latest "Friends of Tricycle Records Compilation Vol. 2," available for free download here. Provide an email address and get 18 tracks from many of the Deli's favorites bands including Big Tree, Le Vice, Loquat, The Hot Toddies, and more. Find the entire track list below.

While you're feeling the local love, watch Le Vice get thugged out in its new video for the band's take on Drake's "Underground Kings," off the recently released album Neverland.

--Whitney Phaneuf

Friends of Tricycle Records Compilation Vol. 2:

Big Tree, “Storm King”
Mister Loveless, “Wild Summer”
8th Grader, “Heavy Without You”
Le Vice, “Find You”
The Hot Toddies, “Boogie Nights”
Loquat, “Simple Song” (Shins cover)
Birdmonster, “Living”
Sioux City Kid & The Revolutionary Ramblers “Darlin’ Darlin'"
Rich Girls, “Sink Like Stones”
Fake Your Own Death, “Reindeer Games”
Paranoids, “Astronaut”
I Am Animal, “Just You Wait”
Here Come The Saviours, “Tomorrows Version Of Me”
Magic Fight, “I’m Not (Going Back)”
Teenage Sweater, “Oceans and Seas”
The Union Trade, “Everyday Including Holidays (Remix)”
Lilofee, “Girls on My Brain”
Vows, “OurBrethren’s”

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Live Music Picks: May 26-27

Stuck in the city over the three-day weekend? Quit pining for warm beaches, throw on a sweater and hit up these awesome local shows.

Tonight, Saturday, May 26 at the Great American Music Hall discover some great bands at "Sean Healy Presents: Steer the Stars CD Release Party with the Bay's Best Unsigned Bands!" Steer the Stars, Debbie Neigher, Handshake and The Deli SF's very own Artist of the Month, HUFF THIS! All guests who purchase presale tickets will receive entry into an intimate house show/after celebration on June 9 where all the bands will cook dinner for attendees. Tickets available here

Tonight is your second-to-last chance to catch indie rocker Boy in the Bubble before the "boy" Josh Seidenfeld moves to Durham, NC. It's an early show at the Make-Out Room at 7:30 PM and another on Thursday, July 5 at 6:00 pm at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden Redwood Grove Amphitheater. Download his album "The King" for free here.

On Sunday, May 27, don't miss a first look at music videos from WATERS, Mist Giant, Elle Niño, William Ryan Fritch, French Cassettes, The 21st Century, Cormorant, Conspiracy of Venus, Vandella, Seatraffic, The Hot Toddies, Cash Pony, C H U R C H E S, doppio, Le VICE and Big Light. The Music Video Race Screening Party will also have live performances by doppio, Le VICE, and Big Light. Tickets available here and at the door.

Monday, well, you'll likely need a day to recover.

--Whitney Phaneuf

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