Presented by Noise Pop
SISU's 49 Hours
A Los Angeles synth-pop band that takes the DIY approach to music, SISU self-recorded, mixed, and released their debut EP, “Demon Tapes, Vol. 2” last year. The 5-piece was formed by Dum Dum Girls drummer Sandra Vu, and her former Midnight Movies bandmate Ryan Wood. Here, Vu steps out from the drums, singing with an ethereal lightness over psychedelic guitars and haunting synths. The hazy, dreamy atmospheres in “Demon Tapes, Vol. 2” are just the beginning for SISU, with a full-length collection in the works. CHARLIE SWANSON
Catch the SISU at the Brick & Mortar Music Hall March 2.
1. Bernal Hill
Once a rock quarry, the top of Bernal Hill now sports an antenna tower that appears to radio all dogs in the southern neighborhoods of the city to form a pack and roam free on the acres of grass and trails that blanket the hill.What makes Bernal Hill memorable? The panoramic views. From the north side of the park you can see everything from the Marin headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge to the downtown skyline the Bay Bridges and the East Bay hills.
Bernal Heights Blvd.
San Francisco’s oldest and grandest nightclub, the Great American Music Hall carries guests back to an earlier, more elegant era, with its ornate balconies, soaring marble columns and elaborate ceiling frescoes. Long-time customers and newcomers alike feel at home in the 5,000-square-foot concert hall that symbolized renewal and optimism when it opened in 1907.
859 O'Farrell Street
Sightglass is an independent, sibling-owned coffee company in San Francisco. To them, a good craftsperson works tirelessly to perfect and deliver excellence. The best creations are the ones that are made by hand, and at Sightglass, coffee is their hands-on craft.
270 Seventh Street
They love coffee because even after all these years, coffee keeps them guessing. Coffee has yet to become the predictable, housecoat wearing type. She is still the sly seductress we’re following around the dark corner, always just a few steps behind. constantly changing, full of intrigue, disgustingly rewarding. The closest they have can come to mastery is by association: they’ve mastered the art of learning about coffee.
375 Valencia Street
Be like Cinderella and flee as the clock strikes midnight. See the SF premiere of The Clock by artist Christian Marclay. This internationally-heralded masterpiece combines thousands of film clips edited to form a 24-hour video montage. See the last work at SFMOMA prior to its three year closure for expansion. April 6 - June 2
151 Third St.
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