Hey, look! Another exercise in presumptive list-making! This edition comes from your rock godfathers at Rolling Stone, who have just declared San Francisco's Great American Music Hall the No. 6 club in America.
Great American Music Hall, you will recall, is the stunning former bordello at 859 O'Far ... More >>
After trading in his keyboard as member of now-defunct New York cult band Apes & Androids, Morgan Z, aka Chrome Canyon, has spent the past couple of years creating music fit for a sci-fi disco party. Using a mix of rare analog synths like the Korg PE1000 and Theremin, and inspired by dystopian daydr ... More >>
Sandy is disrupting pretty much everything on the East Coast -- including the plans of Bay Area artists who have shows scheduled there. Granted, canceled concerts aren't the worst problem in the world, with dozens reported dead and NYC subway tunnels still flooded, but they're worth noting. Especial ... More >>
Local DIY acts tUnE-yArDs and Citay joined up with other indie acts at the Bowery Ballroom on Sunday to celebrate the 20th anniversary of indie/punk bible Our Band Could Be Your Life. In order to give a proper homage to the revered tome, and the bands that inspired it, each artist covered so ... More >>
Twenty-two-year-old Nika Roza Danilova is not a goth -- at least that's what she told Q Magazine earlier this year. But you can see how people might be confused given the operatic vocals and dark, reverb-soaked synths in the music this Wisconsin native releases as Zola Jesus. Although her hau ... More >>
By Tamara Rosado
Despite that fact that they'd released their just album last June, the Virgins have already scored major media attention and acclaim. The band's rapid emergence from the hipper-than-thou New York fashion and art scenes and danceable New Wave meets Disco Rock sound have had critics ... More >>