Week of 2-28-2007
Rebels of Babylon (Birdman)
Some Loud Thunder (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah)
Week of 1-24-2007
Live at Watkins Glen (Capitol)
For Hero: For Fool (Lex/Astralwerks)
Never mind the guys in Wolf Parade, here's an interview with their A&R guy
Wherein we review Yay Area mixtapes of the day
Week of Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Wherein we review Yay Area hip hop mixes of the day
The biggest party thrown in celebration of local music all year
Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005, at 8 p.m. at the SF Weekly Warfield
Giant Drag is anything but; Michael Penn introduces us to Mr. Hollywood, Jr.
What's in a cryptic, one-sentence note? A lot, if it's penned by Bay Guardian Publisher Bruce Brugmann.
Talking to Moebius Rex's Matt Ness in the first ever "Ask a Music Blogger"
Dog Bites proclaims the A's to be the official team of the Bay Area
Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Voice gets freaky with you; Rogue Wave dabbles in baseball analysis
Week of Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Week of Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Los Amigos Invisibles riff on racy themes with tongues firmly in someone else's cheek; Gratitude -- copycat emo act or earnest effort of a seasoned vet?
You and me and the Bravery, sitting around, full of it
The pop-tastic techno of Michael Mayer; the '80s assault of "Soundtrack Night."
Freak-folk Brooklyn band Grizzly Bear roars into town; G. Love takes to the Warfield sans Special Sauce
Week of February 2, 2005
Four of the city's best ring in 2005: Rogue Wave, Kelley Stoltz, the Lovemakers, and the Paradise Boys
M. Ward brings his dusky folk to Du Nord; buzz-band Louis XIV hits the "popscene."
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.
Iron & Wine brings its wispy folk back to S.F.; Phoenix descends on the city with its wily collage-rock.
Gold Chains and Sue Cie pull digital pranks; Germany's Morr Music dispatches its not-so-heavy hitters to SF
Diplo teaches dancefloors new Hollertron-icks; the EndUp turns 31; rapper Nas makes a rare live appearance
Mark Mallman packs two days worth of energy into an hour's worth of rock; Alternative Tentacles turns 25 in style
In conversation with comedian Patton Oswalt and the original pianist for John Kerry's Electras
Week of Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Week of Wednesday, July 7, 2004
Week of Wednesday, May 19, 2004
Week of Wednesday, May 5, 2004
The DJ that dared to remix Elvis, the man behind the Lazy Dog, and the ninjas that make up Ninja Tune
Week of Wednesday, March 24, 2004
Week of Wednesday, March 3, 2004
Week of December 31, 2003
Week of December 24, 2003
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