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  • Mocean Worker, KALX Matthew Africa, Pam the Funkstress, Ghettodisco

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    Mocean Worker, KALX Matthew Africa, Pam the Funkstress, Ghettodisco

    Adam Dorn -- a.k.a. Mocean Worker -- started as a DJ who drizzled brassy samples atop digital drum 'n' bass sequences. But this son of a jazz producer has recently given synths the heave-ho: Assembling his own band of MoWo jazz messengers, Dorn now ...

    by Evan James on November 7, 2007
  • Swedish Indiepop Crooner Jens Lekman's World of Sound

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    Swedish Indiepop Crooner Jens Lekman's World of Sound

    Remember how everyone went crazy in 2001 for that Avalanches record Since I Left You? Critics, listeners, and Madonna loved the lush strings, whimsical samples, and good-time vibes of that band's debut. Well, Jens Lekman's new LP, Night Falls Over K...

    by Dan Strachota on November 7, 2007
  • Brooklyn Noise Addicts Black Dice Blow Your Mortal Coil

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    Brooklyn Noise Addicts Black Dice Blow Your Mortal Coil

    The popularity of individual-track downloads on iTunes has demonstrated the renewed strength of the "single" with music fans in recent years. The digital market boom provides easy access to that realm of song consumption, but the electro-experimente...

    by Michael D. Ayers on November 7, 2007
  • Oakland Metal Titans Saviours Are the Real Deal

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    Oakland Metal Titans Saviours Are the Real Deal

    Few music diehards go to as many pains to define genre minutiae as metalheads. For example, within the thin line dividing black metal and death metal exist "crossovers," bands that dig both corpses and wizards. You also have black metal with a noise...

    by Katy St. Clair on November 7, 2007
  • Citay Houses Ezra Feinberg's Little Kingdom of Chamber Metal

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    Citay Houses Ezra Feinberg's Little Kingdom of Chamber Metal

    Ezra Feinberg of San Francisco's Citay (say it like, say, Steve Perry would sing the word "city" -- cit-aay) makes music that's been appropriately tagged "chamber metal." This breed of meditative shredder blends the sounds of old masters and new dev...

    by Jennifer Maerz on November 7, 2007
  • Legendary Oddballs Ween Paint the Town Brown

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    Legendary Oddballs Ween Paint the Town Brown

    A case could be made for San Francisco's American Music Club being a truly American counterpart to Britain's Joy Division. Although they're sonically different, the two groups share common ground in journeying through various ventricles of the Heart...

    by Ben Westhoff on November 7, 2007
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    Technorati Test

    Technorati Profile

    @ All Shook Down on May 29, 2007 @ 6:48 pm
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    That'll Do, Pig. That'll Do.

    Lynyrd Skynyrd's Rickey Medlocke and the former Mr. Rene Zellweger (AKA Kenny Chesney) have already sent their congratulations. Have you? --By Brock Keeling [Editor's note: You might point out, gentle reader, that this post about an 11-year-old bo...

    @ All Shook Down on May 29, 2007 @ 5:16 pm
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    Stalking Alan Bamberger

    Emily Jane White's show at Mollusk was greatness. Her voice sounded good and her band is excellent, only partly because her drummer Ross has the smallest drum kit ever. Foot Foot and Jeffrey Manson (who was in the studio this weekend) played too. It...

    @ All Shook Down on May 29, 2007 @ 4:00 pm
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    Earthless

    San Diego's Earthless showed no sympathy for the drummer's overloaded cardiovascular system at Saturday night's Rickshaw show. Stickman Mario Rubalcaba got the type of tendon-burning, sweat-pouring upper body work out most folks pay personal trainers...

    @ All Shook Down on May 29, 2007 @ 11:56 am
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    Design Festival, Masturbate-a-thon, Butter Knife Fighting!

    If you get tired, even momentarily, of Carnaval this weekend, there are ample opportunities for public masturbation, design goodness, and knife fights. Look: Butter knife fight. Masturbation. Design. Go. See. Do. Remember: this is San Francisco and...

    @ All Shook Down on May 26, 2007 @ 2:52 pm
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    A list from The List

    Scanning The List week after week and being fond of words and also being compulsive can equal only one thing: Making lists of band names that have some linguistic similarity! This project is amusical, but please feel free to point out any musical con...

    @ All Shook Down on May 26, 2007 @ 2:48 pm
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    Sunday! Club Gossip vs. Trannyshack = Scrumptious Hedonism

    Before you get appropriately intoxicated tonight and all day tomorrow -- and if you're able to focus on anything other than the O'Donnell-Hasselbeck split-screen death match or the talented Mr. Ed Jew -- may we remind you to stumble down to Cat Club ...

    @ All Shook Down on May 25, 2007 @ 8:37 pm
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    Knockin' Boots with R. Kelly! On Uranus!

    When the International Astronomical Union bounced Pluto out of the official list of planets in our solar system last year, many of us felt betrayed. We grew up believing in nine planets, nine apolitical Supreme Court justices, and nine Ring Wraiths. ...

    @ All Shook Down on May 25, 2007 @ 8:11 pm
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    Why is Jello Biafra San Francisco's Sacred Cow?

    Outspoken former Dead Kennedys frontman, Jello Biafra, made a none-too-rare spoken word performance at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco last night. And while I'm not quite sure what I was expecting, I certainly wasn't hoping for a 4-hou...

    @ All Shook Down on May 25, 2007 @ 6:41 pm
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    Coconuts and half-banana bassists are way cool

    Seattle delinquents from the Charming Snakes and Unnatural Helpers never resist arrests that lead to "Party Jail" in their collaborative effort as Coconut Coolouts. You want jerky rock 'n' roll irreverence? You need more "Chocolate Money" in your acc...

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 25, 2007 @ 12:18 pm
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    Emily Jane White tonight

    Here's some reinforment for Hiya's post about Wild Tigers I Have Known ... great movie, great local band soundtrack. And to prep yourself for Emily Jane White's contributions, we'd recommend checking her out live tonight at the very Santa Cruz-ish su...

    @ All Shook Down by Ian S. Port on May 25, 2007 @ 11:58 am
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    Good Philippe

    Last Sunday Albert Hammond Jr. passed through town -- again -- and we were delighted to sample -- again -- his drafty summer love songs. It's nice to spend time looking at his big hair and windmilling forearm without being distracted by Julian preten...

    @ All Shook Down by Michael Leaverton on May 25, 2007 @ 10:50 am
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    Independent film with local music = go see it

    Wild Tigers I Have Known is at the Roxie May 25-30. It was made by a Santa Cruz guy, Cam Archer, and Gus Van Sant executive produced, woah. We didn't get the chance to put it in Night & Day, but we saw it and looooved it (even though it might make yo...

    @ All Shook Down by Hiya Swanhuyser on May 23, 2007 @ 12:50 pm
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    Simmons to help self

    We were planning on lining up to see Russell Simmons downtown at Alexander Book Co. Tuesday, tempted by his new book about getting totally freaking rich: Do You! 12 Laws To Access The Power In You To Achieve Happiness And Success. Trump writes the i...

    @ All Shook Down by Michael Leaverton on May 23, 2007 @ 12:44 pm
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