Presenting SF Weekly's definitive guide to making it in indie rock, without actually having to make it
Old Crow Medicine Show: not your average bluegrass band. The Eagles of Death Metal: not a death metal band at all.
Flashback to the '80s with shows from the New York Dolls and Trashcan Sinatras
The sullen '80s pop of Now It's Overhead; the Pixies' triumphant return to the Bay Area
The monsters of instrumental hip hop (and Dave Matthews) invade S.F.
Catch the Fever's pan-genre rock sickness; Eddie Gale unveils why he's San Jose's "Ambassador of Jazz."
Oneida: A disaster waiting to happen. Plus Ken Stringfellow, a lovable singer/songwriter
A.C. Newman and his New Pornography; Our Lady of the Highway drives its sad bastard music to 12 Galaxies
Week of Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Featuring a conversation between Jakob and Bob Dylan, and a few words about Nick Drake
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