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OAKNYE 2015: Lungomare Ultimate Dinner Party

Wed., Dec. 31, 7:30 p.m.
All you can eat and drink of Lungomare's house made pastas and pizzas, house cured meats, seafood crudo and many other delicacies. Plus, passed hors d’ oeuvres, two rooms of music, and a heated patio party. Featuring DJ Hector and Kola of Trends,Nina Sol of Elements,Manny Black of freshloveINK, and Oakland Faders’ Platurn of the 45 Sessions.
Lungomare 1 Broadway, Oakland (map)


Level 42

, Wed., July 10, 9 p.m.
The Regency Center 1290 Sutter St., San Francisco (map)


Sonny & the Sunsets

Wed., Dec. 31, 9 p.m.
w/ Range of Light, Wilderness, and The She's $20
Amnesia 853 Valencia St., San Francisco (map)


Sparks Across Darkness

Sun., Dec. 28, 8 p.m.
w/ Terra Lopez of Sister Crayon and Sweet Plot $5, $9
Brick & Mortar Music Hall 1710 Mission St., San Francisco (map)


Karl Denson's Tiny Universe Presents

Fri., Jan. 2, 9 p.m. and Sat., Jan. 3, 9 p.m.
Run DMC Remixed featuring Vokab Kompany and Amp Live $25
The Independent 628 Divisadero St., San Francisco (map)


New Bohemia NYE

Wed., Dec. 31, 8 p.m.
Poets and performers, aerialists and DJ's, burlesque dancers and live painters, acrobats and absinthe hawkers, Art Cars and visual treats, crimson busts and decadent costumes; are all to be found in different markets, plazas, private upstairs chambers and titillating dark corners and streets inside New Bohemia. $75-$175
The Armory 1800 Mission St., San Francisco (map)


The Time Beings

Wed., Jan. 7, 9 p.m.
w/ Fred Frith Trio $10, $15
Studio Grand 3234 Grand Ave., Oakland (map)


Annual New Year’s Eve Balkan Bash

Wed., Dec. 31, 7:30 p.m.
w/ Fanfare Zambaleta, Édessa, and True Life Trio $25
Ashkenaz 1317 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley (map)


The Time Out Quartet

Tue., Jan. 13, 7 p.m.
Caffe Trieste 2500 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley (map)


Hella Saucey NYE 2015

Wed., Dec. 31, 9 p.m.
w/ DJ Andre (Switch), Ladyfingaz (La Femme Deadly Venoms), DJ Jibbz, and burlesque dances $10, $20
Elbo Room 647 Valencia St., San Francisco (map)


Andre Thierry

Fri., Jan. 2, 8 p.m.
w/ Wicked Mercies $6, $10
Brick & Mortar Music Hall 1710 Mission St., San Francisco (map)


New Year's 2015 aboard the Baylis!

Wed., Dec. 31, 10 p.m.-1 a.m.
Raise a toast to the 2015 New Year aboard a 65 ft. yacht! Enjoy the best view of the NYE fireworks show on a relaxing cruise of the San Francisco city front and bay aboard the Derek M. Baylis. Drinks and hors d'oeuvre will be included. This is not a huge cruise ship, it is a sail boat. Come dressed cozy and ready for fun. $120
Pier 40 40 Pier, San Francisco (map)


Bobb Saggeth

Tue., Dec. 30, 8:30 p.m.
w/ Buffalo Tooth, Banquet, and DJs Bagel and Bristol $8
The Knockout 3223 Mission St., San Francisco (map)


Sweet Plot & Friends

Sat., Dec. 27, 9 p.m.
w/ TBA $5
Starry Plough 3101 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley (map)


The Time Flys

Wed., Dec. 31, 9 p.m.
In its East Bay incarnation, garage rock is typically marked by kitsch, debts to the melodramatic lyricism of 1960s groups such as the Shangri-Las, and a transparent influence of The Ramones (who were, not coincidentally, indebted to kitsch and 1960s girl-group melodrama.) But the unapologetically retro style of groups like Shannon & the Clams, Personal & the Pizzas, and Hunx & his Punx were preceded in the East Bay by The Time Flys, a mid-2000s act that garnered a fervent following but didn’t enjoy the same breakout success. The Time Flys, of course, took inspiration from regional acts in the 1990s such as Supercharger, The Mummies, and The Trashwomen, who rallied around the era’s prominent Estrus Records. The Trashwomen’s Tina Luchessi has more recently helmed Midnite Snaxx, a band that joins a reunited Time Flys on December. 31st at The Night Light for a line-up celebrating multiples generations of kitsch, melodrama, and love of The Ramones. So, who’s next? Perhaps Pookie & the Poodlez. It’s tradition. — S.L. $10
The Night Light 311 Broadway, Oakland (map)


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