One of the many highlights of Jeffrey Lewis and the Jackals’ performance at the Hotel Utah last Sunday night was a song that examined the history of Communism’s emergence […]
In the spirit that music and film are not mutually exclusive, two members of Blammos are beginning the ambitious project of creating one video a day for the month […]
Scissors for Lefty are back with a brand new EP and a release show this Saturday at the Rickshaw Stop. The EP features five new songs of lean, […]
– Asobi Seksu (Brooklyn), The May Fire and Shuteye Unison at Rickshaw Stop. 8pm, $10 adv/$12 door.
– The Botticellis (Feature Podcast), The Mumlers and Crow Song at Bottom of […]
Lost for proper Halloween plans this coming Friday? Need the right excuse to get out of a bad costume party? Have no fear! Thereâ€™s plenty to do in the […]
As local indie rocker Michael Zapruder and his band tour around the country promoting their upcoming record Dragon Chinese Cocktail Horoscope, heâ€™ll be blogging from the road via The […]
Our latest video podcast is the second of two episodes featuring Emily Jane White from an exclusive Heron’s Head Park performance earlier this year. In this video, White […]
Back from tour and ready to start work on a new album for 2009, Rogue Wave is slated to headline an incredible all local bill at this year’s D.A. […]
This week’s episode is presented by KQED Interactive and sponsored by Bloomsday Rising.
This week’s podcast features San Francisco experimental pop sextet maus haus, a band that ranks as one […]
Mike Relm, San Francisco’s mash-up prince, released his debut original album Spectacle last Tuesday on Radio Fried Records. Relm has made a name for himself nationally as a wicked […]
Cory Brown hasn’t bought new jeans in three years.
I am not sure if he is making a joke when he states this at the Bandwidth Music and Technology Conference, […]
I’ll probably get myself in trouble for saying that I think Offend Maggie is Deerhoof’s best project yet. While many critics have been quick to point out […]