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    Reggae Rising Early Bird Tix Still Available

    Blazin' Hot: Capleton Since the last time ASD checked in on Reggae Rising, some new acts have been added to the Humboldt County music festival, including fiery rootsman Capleton. Here's what the lineup looks like so far: Luciano, Capleto...

    @ All Shook Down by Eric Arnold on May 28, 2009 @ 12:02 pm
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    Track of the Day: Iggy Pop

    The punk godfather also looks to Antonio Carlos Jobim (whose "How Insensitive" he covers) while evoking Leonard Cohen, Scott Walker, and Serge Gainsbourge in his subject matter and string arrangments. The best songs have a smoky, candlelit jazz club ...

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 28, 2009 @ 8:10 am
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    Dax Pierson awarded $18M in Settlement

    By now, everyone in the Bay Area should be familiar with the case of Dax Pierson--keyboard player for Anticon offshoot Subtle, Amoeba record employee, and all around laid-back individual. Back in 2005, Pierson and the band were rolling through deep r...

    @ All Shook Down by Eric Arnold on May 28, 2009 @ 8:00 am
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    New "San Francisco" Video by Jill Sobule: Name the Cameos

    Jill Sobule performs on Monday, June 15, at Great American Music Hall. ...

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 28, 2009 @ 7:23 am
  • Gloomy Bloom’s brings out the cynic


    Gloomy Blooms brings out the cynic

    There comes a time in everyone's life when you try to be less cynical. Less sarcastic. Less glass-half-empty. Less of a douche. For one thing, it takes a lot of energy to constantly be hatin' on everything. Also, you can end up like Scrooge, with no...

    by Katy St. Clair on September 30, 2009
  • Adultnapper



    Brooklyn-based tech-house producer Adultnapper, aka Francis Harris, approaches syncopated percussion as though it's a post-industrial shooter game. In his midtempo soundscapes, disembodied voices bark and blanch against minor-key melodies, while tac...

    by Tony Ware on September 30, 2009
  • Kylie



    Stateside success has largely eluded Kylie Minogue, even as the petite Australian disco and electropop star has become a massive global phenomenon. Her last album, 2007's Kylie X, didn't exactly rocket up the charts, but she has nonetheless finally ...

    by Phil Freeman on September 30, 2009
  • Augury



    Augury is the latest in a long line of progressive death-metal bands from Francophone Canada. The progenitor was Voivod, of course, with its sci-fi lyrics and jazz-inflected thrash. Neuraxis, Gorguts, Beneath the Massacre, Martyr, and others followe...

    by Phil Freeman on September 30, 2009
  • Tim Cohen's possessed psych


    Tim Cohen's possessed psych

    Tim Cohen is on a songwriting tear. He's a central figure in San Francisco's very crowded, quite prolific psych-folk-garage scene, working on nearly enough projects to fill one of the bins at Amoeba, the record store that has employed him and many o...

    by Jennifer Maerz on September 30, 2009
  • Piano Til You Puke: Andrew W.K.'s classical side by Ben Westhoff


    Piano Til You Puke: Andrew W.K.'s classical side by Ben Westhoff

    Over the years, New York City rocker Andrew W.K. has masterminded widely disparate, seemingly random projects and has brought great intensity to all of them. Best known for his 2001 album I Get Wet -- which featured his bloody-nosed portrait and tit...

    by Ben Westhoff on September 30, 2009
  • Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Family Tree


    Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Family Tree

    Now in its ninth year, the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival is a beloved San Francisco tradition: a free open-air celebration of American roots music in the broadest sense of the term. We're talking folk, blues, country, gospel, honky-tonk, rockab...

    by Sam Prestianni on September 30, 2009
  • Motörhead



    Twenty-five years into the game, Lord Lemmy and his Motrhead crew are touring behind Motrizer, a lean, muscular effort that reflects the band's undying love for the Ramones. The album displays the power of brevity and the potency of pop hooks, but...

    by Hannah Levin on September 30, 2009
  • Article

    Spectrum Festival Coming to the SF Regency Center

    Raves are back. They're just not called raves anymore. Just take the just-announced Spectrum Festival, which promises a "bevy of live bands, DJs, performance artists and elaborate dcor transforming the Regency Center into a multi-stage, multi-enviro...

    @ All Shook Down by Eric Arnold on May 27, 2009 @ 2:44 pm
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    Lady Sovereign Acting Strange Pt. 2: Rambling in Seattle

    SF Weekly writer/blogger/video-spotter Eric Arnold passed this little clip my way from a recent Lady Sovereign stop in Seattle on May 21. According to the dude behind the camera, the Sov stopped her in-store at Seattle's Easy Street Recor...

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 27, 2009 @ 12:56 pm
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    SF, NY Fight Over Woodstock Name

    Country Joe at Woodstock, 1969 Who owns the name Woodstock? That's the central issue in the brouhaha between the promoters of San Francisco's Free Woodstock 40th Anniversary concert and New York-based Woodstock Ventures. Today at 1 pm at J...

    @ All Shook Down by Eric Arnold on May 27, 2009 @ 9:12 am
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    Track of the Day: Nadja

    Have you ever wondered what Mogwai (or My Bloody Valentine, for that matter) would sound like covering A-Ha? Thanks to Toronto/Berlin based metal'gazers Nadja, you now are privy to that fantasy partnership. The duo recently released a pretty incredib...

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 27, 2009 @ 8:52 am
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    Lady Sovereign Throws a Fit at Rickshaw Stop

    Fighting the sound man is never pretty, and it rarely lasts this long. Lady Sovereign swears to never play Rickshaw Stop again. Will she ever catch a break in SF?

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 27, 2009 @ 7:15 am
  • Article

    Friday Night Live: Black Dice and Wolf Eyes

    Here's a word-of-mouth show you probably want to grab tickets to early: Black Dice and Wolf Eyes hit the OCD warehouse on Friday, May 29. These sonic experimentalists will make your noggin dizzy while they drill into your eardrums. Black Dice plays i...

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 26, 2009 @ 1:20 pm
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    Joyo Velarde EP Release at 330 Ritch Tonight

    Sorry, She's Taken: Joyo Velarde Mrs. Lyrics Born aka songstress Joyo Velarde aka the Chilla from Manila appears at 330 Ritch's Pacific Standard Time tonight to celebrate the release of her eponymous, digital-only EP, which officially hits i...

    @ All Shook Down by Eric Arnold on May 26, 2009 @ 1:07 pm
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    Saturday: Gounod's Faust at 1652 Hayes

    Faust 1652 Hayes May 24, 2009 Better than: Overhearing your neighbor singing in the shower. "Love, and a bit with a dog. That's what they want." One can imagine that the beleaguered theater owner who uttered that line in Shakespeare in Love wou...

    @ All Shook Down by Emily Hilligoss on May 26, 2009 @ 12:44 pm
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