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Force of Nature

Sparklehorse, which 7x7's arts and culture editor Melissa Goldstein says has a "uniquely haunting, lullabye-goes-rock-and-roll quality," played at The Fillmore last weekend. Country-noir Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter opened.

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

SPARKLEHORSE



Bay Club Marin's Annual Gala


Gardner Jones, Eva Peterson   Daria and Roger Gershman (photo: Heather Wiley)

Getting Technoloambient

Detroit-based techno producer and DJ Carl Craig introduced Demon Days Club Night (a series of electronic music events launched in September 2005) to the West Coast with his session at Mezzanine last Friday. Norwegian-born DJ Lindstrom was Craig's special guest.

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy


Carl Craig




Lindstrom

Stellastarr* at Popscene

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy









Salzman/Manus Valentine's Day Party

photography by Heather Wiley for Drew Altizer


Mandy Salzman, Michael Morino

 
Cameron Rehlender, Clark Hagman

<i>Wild Hogs</i>' Stars in SF

Celebrities John Travolta, William H. Macy, Martin Lawrence and Tim Allen hit Pier 27 in San Francisco as part of their whirlwind press tour touting their upcoming comedy-adventure, Wild Hogs.

   

Race for the Obscura



Got a weakness for buttoned-up, hyper-literate bands from Scotland? No way!

Me too.

Lily Allen at The Great American Music Hall

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

The UK's Lily Allen hit center stage at The Great American Music Hall last night. With her song "Alright, Still" debuting at number 20 on Billboard's Hot 100, a string of ensuing award nominations and "Smile" hitting the top of the UK singles charts, the 21-year-old pop singer-songwriter has many in the music world taking notice.







Fashion Week in NYC

Despite all the distractions lately, I still managed to make it to Fashion Week in New York and drown my sorrows in a dizzying haze of bright lights and anorexic models. I also stumbled upon an underground hotspot well worth checking out at 3 a.m. The place is called Siberia, on 40th and 9th in the Hells Kitchen district. The celebrities and characters you can find there are crazy. I swear I saw Seinfeld throwing up in the bathroom and when I got back to the bar, that hot older chick from Sex and the City approached me and offered to buy me a glass of Veuve Cliquot. The next thing I remember is waking up on a plane headed to SFO.
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