Burger Boogaloo adds Redd Kross (and more) to lineup, announces night shows!

Fresh off their announcement of the stellar initial lineup of the annual Burger Boogaloo, our friends from Total Trash Productions are back with more great additions to the festival, which takes place July 1 and 2 and Oakland's Mosswood Park. Joining Iggy Pop, host John Waters, Buzzcocks, X, NRBQ, (and a hell of a lot more), are Redd Kross, Losin' Streaks, the freshly reunited FM Knives, Patsy's Rats, and Vertigo! Redd Kross actually performed at the very first Boogaloo, and their triumphant return will be sure to glam up this year's edition. VIP tickets are sold out, but 2-day and [...]

Exclusive: The Burger Boogaloo 2017 lineup

You heard it here first. These ain't no alternative facts. These are thee facts, Jack. FACT: Iggy Pop and Buzzcocks will perform for the first time ever in Oakland's beautiful Mosswood Park for this year's Burger Boogaloo. Either one of these bands would be reason enough to drive down from Vallejo, but to have both together...sheeeet. FACT: Saturday July 1st line up: Iggy Pop, Guitar Wolf, NoBunny, Baby Shakes, Bloodshot Bill, Personal & The Pizzas, Wounded Lion & Car Crash! FACT: Sunday July 2nd line up: Buzzcocks, X, NRBQ, Roy Loney (Flamin' Groovies), Shannon & The Clams, Quintron & Ms. [...]

Photos: Iggy Pop & Josh Homme pop at the Masonic

Iggy Pop (photo: Ian Young) Rock legend Iggy Pop brought his latest tour to San Francisco's Masonic and came with some friends, Josh Homme and Dean Fertita of Queens of the Stone Age, and Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys. Photographer Ian Young captured these amazing shots of the iconic singer in action and his half-naked performing style that he still continues after all these years.

Screeching into 2012: Drugs and Jello

I appreciated Todd's recent post: Happy Memories of 2011. He was spot on about Deerhoof. Though I hadn't seen them in years, I caught their show at SFMOMA and it was crazy good. And like Todd, I'm sick of the top ten. Fuck the top ten. This year pissed me off more than most and that deserves some recognition. My aunt is dying. We assumed she would live to a 100 like her father, but NO - some untreatable cancer has to come along and fuck that up. Our family is also dealing with Parkinson's and Alzheimer's and multiple friends [...]

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