Will Oldham opens up on new film, CD
To Find Me Gone
With its array of homemade instruments, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum makes Futurism fun again.
Haunted by Bliss: Local folk act Faun Fables reveals its Family Album
There's no way to show all the deviltry from this year's SF Weekly Music Awards gala. But here's a hot peek.
SF Weekly Music Awards 2003
Americana DJ/Selector/Turntablist Electronic/Electro Hard Rock/
Metal Hip Hop/Rap Jazz Latin/
International Lifestyle Music New Genre/Beyond Pop Punk Rock/Indie Rock Soul/Funk/ R&B
If music be the brandy of the damned, then we're drunk off our asses
On the local compilation Azadi!, the music matters almost as much as the cause itself
Soviet film satire, organ plaster-casting, and animal 'toon carnage
Pressed fairies, effete torch singers, and highly techy pop acts
In the absurdist musical The Transit Rider, public transportation becomes a metaphor for life
Monstrous rock, sourdough shapeliness, post-apocalyptic calligraphy, and "soul travel"
Mother Twilight (Earthlight)
Sprocket Ensemble's Valentine's Celebration; Mark Growden's Electric Piñata
"Cover to Cover"; Brian & Chris; "Haydn and the Gypsies"