Second City Sessions with Colette & DJ Heather Saturday, March 30, 2013 Mighty My vision became a blur of Nike and Adidas, with legs and arms shooting out to occasionally grab onto the rhythm. I was standing at the far corner of Mighty's dancefloor, on the periphery of a house dancer's circle that ... More >>
Good evening, Mr. BondBritish composer John Barry has died at age 77 of a heart attack, leaving behind three ex-wives and a widow, four Grammys, a few Oscars, an Order of the British Empire, and -- most importantly -- a wealth of lush, evocative film scores. You'd surely recognize his work from t ... More >>
What did we do on Christmas after we'd eaten a mountain of food and watched a giant stack of movies? Looked for actors in music videos, of course! Here are six of the weirdest cameos big-name actors have made in music videos. 6. Christopher Walken in Fatboy Slim's "Weapon Of Choice" Up until t ... More >>
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A nostalgic song-and-dance show, in which music is one man's heartbeat
Swayzak's techno ain't what it used to be, but Matthew Dear is picking up the slack; the Nortec Collective brings beats from Tijuana.
The lowest-profile member of the lauded Quannum crew, MC Lateef, finds the spotlight on Ambush
The legendary Jungle Brothers have returned. Why doesn't the hip hop world give a damn?
Numbers celebrates a remix Death, and Deerhoof bites into a confounding Apple
Amon Tobin's gorgeous, genre-mashing electronica
After 15 years, Jack Dangers may have found a way to leave all his electronic music imitators behind
Why the Bay Area has stopped producing big-time rock bands
Naked Music wants to be one of the premier dance labels in the country -- without losing its indie cred
Why don't you smile now; A Slim's chance.
Out of the Loop (Kindercore)
The Jazz/Classical Counter at Amoeba Music
Electronica's new clothes
What the world needs now is a wholly subjective, occasionally snarky awards ceremony
The Justice League built its reputation by booking local hip hop acts -- now, in the face of an increasingly white-bread city, can the club survive?
Beautiful South: Painting It Red (Ark 21) / Fatboy Slim: Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars (Astralwerks)
Kerrigan's Human Traffic
Machine Soul: An Odyssey into Electronic Dance Music, Ohm: The Early Gurus of Electronic Music
In the midst of increasing shutdowns and tension with authorities, Bay Area ravers are doing what they've always done -- adapting
Actor and rock video director Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich is an odd masterpiece. So why is Jonze scared of his own shadow?
The Chemical Brothers are the most successful -- and vilified -- so-called "electronica" act. Think they care?