Live at Amoeba: Upcoming Shows
Our Next Show:
Show is free/all-ages.
To attend signing after performance, purchase your copy of American Love Song in-store only at Amoeba Hollywood beginning February 15th. Signing space is limited.
Purchase This Land (CD or LP) in-store at Amoeba Hollywood on February 21st to receive GUARANTEED ADMISSION to this special in-store performance AND a poster/litho of the album art.
- 1 ticket + poster per CD/LP purchased, max 2 per person (if buying for a friend to attend).
- In-store purchases only (no online/phone orders).
- Posters will be given out with album purchase.
- Limited to store capacity/space is limited.
- This will be a performance only.
In the wake of Sandwell District’s 2011 demise, Silent Servant founded the Jealous God label along with Regis and James Ruskin. Silent Servant’s own productions are a distinct blend of warehouse techno, industrial noise and post-punk challenged and reworked to form a uniquely modern style that captivates immediately.
Steve Earle returns to Amoeba Hollywood for a solo live set and album signing for the new Steve Earle & The Dukes album, GUY (New West Records) - a collection of songs written by the legendary Guy Clark.
Purchase your copy of GUY at Amoeba Hollywood on March 4th to attend the signing post-performance. Show is free/all-ages, signing limited to purchsers of new album only.
“…a truly sublime homage.” - Stereogum
L.A. locals and Amoeba faves The Wild Reeds celebrate their new album, Cheers (out 3/8 on Dualtone) with a live show and album signing at Amoeba Hollywood.
Purchase Cheers in-store at Amoeba Hollywood to attend the meet/signing post-show. Live show is free/all-ages.
Amoeba SF's DJ series REVOLUTIONS presents Soul music connoisseur Justin Torres on Saturday, February 23 from 1-3pm. Justin Torres has been collecting records since the '80s and has been looking for Bay Area Soul records over the last 20 years. Whether it’s going door to door through various cities in the Bay Area, tracking down producers, writers, engineers, club owners, and djs from the '60s and '70s or digging through thrift stores and flea markets, Justin has put in many hours to not only find the music itself, but to track down the stories behind them and the history of the local Bay Area Soul scene.
Join us on Saturday, March 2nd from 1-3pm as Amoeba SF's DJ series REVOLUTIONS presents Lily Ackerman of the electronic music collective As You Like It.
Amoeba SF's DJ series REVOLUTIONS presents DJ Adam on Saturday, March 9th from 1-3pm. DJ Adam specializes in '60s & '70s Jamaican sounds on original 45 rpm. He is the host of "Wake the Town" on KPOO 89.5 FM every Wednesday afternoon from 3-5:30pm and the resident selector at Festival '68, the monthly Jamaican oldies dance party at The Make-Out Room in San Francisco.
Join us in welcoming singer and saxophonist Karl Denson and his band the Tiny Universe to Amoeba SF on Saturday, March 16 at 3pm. Buy their new album Gnomes and Badgers (out 3/8 onSeven Spheres Records) at Amoeba SF to get into the signing line after the live set.
Ryan Bingham celebrates his new album, American Love Song (out on February 15th on Axster Bingham Records), with a live performance and album signing at Amoeba SF. Buy your copy of American Love Song at Amoeba SF to get into the signing line. Signing space is limited. Ryan plays 3/29 at The Independent (SOLD OUT!) and 3/30 at Petaluma's Mystic Theatre.