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Titus Andronicus Lowers the Volume, but Conflict Remains High

“Number One (In New York),” the opening track of punk band Titus…

Cornelius Constructs Pop Fractals at The Independent (3/16)

The late Stephen Hawking will be remembered for many things, but his…

Three Acts To See This Week: OMD, SSION, and Moon Hooch

Synth-pop Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark (OMD) 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 27,…

Three Must See Acts This Week: Lubelski, SOB X RBE, Denzel Curry

Tech house Lubelski 9:30 p.m., Thursday, March 15, at The Great Northern.…

Review: Lorde is Pop Music’s Most Humble Royalty

Lorde’s greatest strength may actually be her vulnerability. The 21-year-old New Zealand…

Pardoner Laughs at Life’s Absurdities

A quick glance at the track list for Pardoner’s debut album, Uncontrollable…

Three Shows to See this Week: Breakbot, Walk Off the Earth, Between the Buried & Me

French House Breakbot 9 p.m., Saturday, March 10, at Audio SF. $30;…

Review: Talib Kweli Drops a History Lesson

At the Independent on Monday night, class was in session. Rapper Talib…

This Obit of the Tower Records Founder Will Leave You Loving Life

On an episode of the last season of Mad Man, ad executive…

Starset Wants to Evangelize on Behalf of Science

Perhaps the only rock band headed by an astronomer and electrical engineer,…