David Bowie and Prince (cover bands) co-headline Rickshaw Stop this Saturday night!


Here’s the deal:

w/ live sets by Controversy and Queen Bitch
9 pm
$10 w/ costume, $12 w/o
All Ages

The year 2016 took two amazing artists from us. Let’s start 2017 with a celebration of their music at Rickshaw Stop. Featuring members of North American Scum, Debased, Super Diamond, Bang On, Suburban Robots, King Crow and more bringing you your favorite Prince and David Bowie songs live!

Only $10 if you come dressed as Bowie or Prince!

Can’t wait! RSVP and invite your friends and get advance tickets!

Better Know a DJ: DJ Baysik



Born and Raised in San Francisco DJ Baysik is one of the youngest deejays/remixers coming out of the bay area. Deejaying for over 10 years, Baysik has gained the support of some of the top bay area and nation wide deejays from having production played in arenas to radio stations. Fluent is genres, Baysik’s deejay sets is not to be missed breaking in from hip hop to latin rhythms.

Check out a recent interview with Baysik in SFWeekly:

Pops Bar is thrilled to have DJ Baysik back spinning for Champagne Campaign this Saturday Night. The best part? This party is free! Check out this week’s full entertainment line up at Pops Bar:


Baby it’s cold outside…


But it’s warm, toasty and cozy at Pops Bar. Whether you love or hate the holidays, Pops Bar is open to serve you up music and drinks to warm your insides. Thursday night is Melly G with “Toasty holiday jams to get you in the mood, or to help shake off your HOLIDAY H8Rs.”

Check out the rest of the entertainment line up this week at Pops:


Benefit for Oakland fire featuring Diners, all the way from Arizona

The event is called “Re-member,” it’s this Thursday evening, it features a bunch of local bands plus the touring band as headliner, and it’s at a place in Downtown Oakland called E.M. Wolfman’s General Interest Small Bookstore. Check out this hit song:

Here’s the full invite:

NOTE: After the tragic events at Ghost Ship, this event has changed its shape. We’ll be raising money for this fund aimed at immediate support of those affected by the fire (https://www.youcaring.com/ourcommunityaffectedbytheoaklandghostshipfire-715087). But please do bring some extra money if you can to support the touring band. ♥


Diners (AZ)


Dingbat Superminx


And a variety of brief and lovely experiences by:
Colin Mutchler and the Benefits


Steph Nelson
Very meaningful snacks
+ more (Reach out if you want in)

Encouraged donation of $5-$10 for Ghost Ship and additional donation very very welcomed for Diners who’s here all the way from Arizona.

RSVP and/or invite your friends!

Send some love to Oakland by going to a party in Oakland and seeing a bunch of local bands


It’s this coming Friday at the Night Light, a very very Oakland little club, just a short ferry ride away. Here’s the invite:

A final 2016 bash at NL for Christmas with all the trimmings, eggnog, giveaways and great music.

All proceeds go to the Ghost Ship Fire Relief fund: https://www.youcaring.com/firevictimsofoaklandfiredec232016-706684


B. Hamilton rules. RSVP and invite your friends!

Rhythm & Booze


Blues for the Soul and Soul for the Blues. That’s what it’s all about This Thursday at Pops Bar with our new event RHYTHM & BOOZE. DJs Booker D and Slopoke play the records we love to hear: Blues 45’s, deep soul, hard funk and then some. These DJs pride themselves on life long collections of hard to find records. Join us for a night of powerful Soul Sides and Boozey Blues 45’s. Make it a double.

Check out this week’s full entertainment line up at Pops Bar:


Please enjoy this Serrano’s Pizza commercial

Home of the most expensive slice in SF.

(Thnaks, Jess!)

Don’t miss Alex Cameron opening for Thee Oh Sees tonight at the Chapel

He and his band totally stole the show last night. (But Thee Oh Sees ruled too.) Watch this video:

The show has been sold out for a while, but I’m sure you can find a way in.

Friendly Fired Up

Photo by Brendan Mainini (SF Night Moves Project)

It should come as no surprise that resident DJ Sonny Phono is starting up a night featuring the music of the California. Equal parts Northern and Southern California, local man on the go Sonny is known for throwing parties up and down the state. In SF you can catch his double header of The No Theme Super Dance Jam at Pops Bar on 5th Fridays as well as 5th Saturdays at Madrone Art Bar. We can’t wait to see what this seasoned DJ brings out for Friendly Fire, a night of all Cali Independent and Underground Music, this Thursday at Pops Bar!

Check out this week’s full entertainment line up at Pops Bar:


Har Mar Superstar is playing at the Chapel tonight, it’ll be beautiful

Just check out this intense performance of the tearjerker “How Did I Get Through the Day?” from his latest album:

Tickets and info here.