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    Van accident- Trainwreck riders show cancelled tomorrow

    Heres a link to the Pitchfork story. "A drunk driver side swiped them late Saturday night in Ft. Worth, Texas. Trainwreck Riders' van flipped and rolled over multiple times. It was a hit an run, but the drunk driver was eventually caught by the po...

    @ All Shook Down on June 27, 2007 @ 9:49 pm
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    Net Radio Royalty EXTRA -- UPDATES: David Byrne, Cover feature

    June 27, 6 p.m. So the cover feature ran today (link to 'The Day the Music Dies'), which sucks cus I finally got respected musician and webcaster David Byrne to speak at length on the subject. Let's turn it over to Mr. Byrne. "Internet radio. One s...

    @ All Shook Down on June 27, 2007 @ 7:25 pm
  • Article

    LastNight: The Sims: In the hands of Artists

    (Photo courtesy of Angel Strickland Fahy from last night's opening reception. Click for a brief slideshow.) If you've spent like a minute downtown, you've probably seen a black Academy of Art bus carrying a load of sullen students and wondered, "F...

    @ All Shook Down on June 27, 2007 @ 3:18 pm
  • Article

    Ladies Love Cool Clifford -- Hip-Hop Pinup for the Naughties!

    It was LL Cool J in the Eighties and Tupac Shakur in the Nineties. Now, ladies and gentleman, I submit the reigning king of hip-hop pin-upship for the Naughties: T.I. This is simply not up for debate, if Oakland has anything to say about it. The r...

    @ All Shook Down on June 27, 2007 @ 1:08 pm
  • Article

    LastNight: Jesus Roast at Fat City

    Jesus is always game for a good laugh. He's appeared throughout the annals of comedy, from Monty Python all the way to South Park and Family Guy more recently. Nothing's sacred, and it's pretty hard to blaspheme these times, especially in a city that...

    @ All Shook Down on June 27, 2007 @ 11:23 am
  • Article

    Biz Markie's Got What You Need, SF

    Oakland white rapper Ashkon opens tonight for the legendary Biz Markie in San Francisco. The line-up is stacked: Biz Markie Hosted by Kevvy Kev with Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist additional performances by Ashkon aka Ashkon Broadway <--- new shit Th...

    @ All Shook Down on June 27, 2007 @ 10:49 am
  • Renaissance Man - Wu-Tang producer RZA's balancing act


    Renaissance Man - Wu-Tang producer RZA's balancing act

    Rapper, producer, actor, composer, martial-arts enthusiast, chess aficionado, author, businessman -- RZA wears many hats, all of which fit. It's hard to think of a more ubiquitously iconic figure in hip-hop, or a more visionary individual: RZA doesn...

    by Eric K. Arnold on December 5, 2007
  • Best CDs of 2007


    Best CDs of 2007

    I'm really not ready for 2007 to end. Any year that starts out in January with garage-punk great Jay Reatard smashing a clock with his face at the Hemlock is gonna be one for the books. But this year has offered so many time-stopping memories. Great...

    by Jennifer Maerz on December 5, 2007
  • The Bookish Bunch - Vampire Weekend's shaky smart-aleck stand


    The Bookish Bunch - Vampire Weekend's shaky smart-aleck stand

    You can be guaranteed three things in reading about Vampire Weekend. First, there will be a mention of esoteric references in the nascent Brooklyn quartet's lyrics and song titles. Next, you'll probably find a description of the members' appearance ...

    by John Vettese on December 5, 2007
  • Piano Posse - Tori Amos looks back on her multiple personalities


    Piano Posse - Tori Amos looks back on her multiple personalities

    Tori Amos is now on tour supporting American Doll Posse, her best CD in years. It's the piano-playing singer-songwriter's 10th studio album -- if you count the record she made with Y Kant Tori Read, a cringe-inducing hair-rock band she formed in Los...

    by D.X. Ferris on December 5, 2007
  • Hear This


    Hear This

    Film School has found its niche preserving the shoegazer aesthetic. The band recognizes that great pop songs sound much better when obscured by a mess of ear-splitting guitars. While the group has weathered frequent lineup changes, gear theft, and o...

    by Ezra Gale on December 5, 2007
  • Beat Box


    Beat Box

    It's a long way from Oakland to Bosnia, but the core duo of Official Tourist -- Jeremiah Nadya and Jasko Begovic -- has bridged the physical distance of their origins with their crew's world-wise audiovisual hodge-podge. Songs like "Toofless Theme" ...

    by Evan James on December 5, 2007
  • Article


    Greetings, cultural elite, limousine liberals, bleeding hearts, environmental wackos, Defeatocrats, surrender monkeys, and those who chose the gay lifestyle. I come to you from the drive-by media, to quote Rush Limbaugh (mega-dittos!), and I have ju...

    by Katy St. Clair on December 5, 2007
  • Wu-Tang Clan - 8 Diagrams (Loud/SRC/Universal)


    Wu-Tang Clan - 8 Diagrams (Loud/SRC/Universal)

    Wu-Tang Clan's fifth album comes at a time of group strife. Ghostface Killah and Raekwon have laid into ringleader and beatmaker RZA for the album's creative direction; calling Wu a sinking ship and RZA a "hip-hop hippie," Raekwon says the beats on ...

    by Ben Westhoff on December 5, 2007
  • Various - I'm Not There (Columbia)


    Various - I'm Not There (Columbia)

    There was a time when covering Bob Dylan was downright easy. The Byrds, Jimi Hendrix, the Turtles, and even William Shatner put their distinctive spins on the legend's tunes. Those times, however, have a-changed. Witness this 2-CD soundtrack to the ...

    by Dan Strachota on December 5, 2007
  • Prefuse 73 - Preparations/Interregnums (Warp)


    Prefuse 73 - Preparations/Interregnums (Warp)

    The production work of Scott Herren began as a study in diametric personalities. The Brooklyn- and Atlanta-based producer emerged full-force in 2000 under the aliases Delarosa & Asora, Savath and Savalas, and Prefuse 73. With each compounding person...

    by Tony Ware on December 5, 2007
  • Article

    Leon Russell, Lauryn Hill, Biz Markie -- ASD's Live Music Picks, June 27

    Leon Russell, 8 at the Independent. $25. "Those who visit the Leon Russell empire at Disney, Oklahoma, and do not succumb to Russell's dark magnetism come away muttering about mind games and mass manipulation and even "rock evangelism." Rita Coolidge...

    @ All Shook Down on June 27, 2007 @ 8:00 am
  • Article

    Official(!) Review: Interpol, Our Love to Admire

    Interpol's major-label debut, Our Love to Admire, isn't as monochrome (or monotonous) as its previous two albums. "Pioneer to the Falls" is arguably the richest song they've ever recorded, a track that channels the stormy textures of the Cure's Por...

    @ All Shook Down on June 26, 2007 @ 6:12 pm
  • Article

    Quit Bitching: Tuesday Night Picks

    My apologies for the irregularity of nightly events. Like a tweaker holding an empty baggie, thinking about what could have been but never was, I am ashamed of myself. For that I apologize. Sigh. But now I present to you two events that will make you...

    @ All Shook Down on June 26, 2007 @ 1:15 pm
  • Article

    Interpol "Pioneer to the Falls" just released as single #2

    This link takes you to the Interpol "Pioneer to the Falls Stream." It's an ASX file, which sucks cus you have to use Windows Media (Ass) Player. See footage of Interpol and get other streams by following this link to another All Shook Down post. La...

    @ All Shook Down on June 26, 2007 @ 10:37 am
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