Along with contemporaries and countrymen Kraftwerk, pioneering German electronic music group Tangerine Dream stands as one of the most influential acts to ever plug in a synthesizer. Founded by keyboardist/guitarist Edgar Froese in 1967, Tangerine Dream got its start creating ferociously psychedelic ... More >>
Swag!Believe it or not, "Digital Underground" used to mean something other than that secret server farm 400 feet beneath South Park. Want proof? This just in from the Good Records blog, via Tumblin' Erb: Cities of Dope, an expertly mixed and surprisingly instructive hour of Bay Area rap.Jonny Pay ... More >>
Luis ChongThe sixth outpost of Henry's 1970s original opened in the old Granada Cafe space in the Excelsior.Established restaurants continue to expand in the Bay Area. We recently visited the newest location of Henry's Hunan, its sixth. Henry's is one of the oldest continuously family owned a ... More >>
Amadou & Maryam Believe it or not folks, there are other things happening in the entertainment world besides the seemingly endless Michael Jackson media feeding frenzy - which should have concluded with his memorial service and BET tribute. Here are a few: 5. Amadou & Mariam opening for Co ... More >>
Oakland's Coup takes political rap to the next level
Forty years ago, Al Maysles met the Beatles
Said Nuseibeh's photos evoke a place where Muslims, Christians, and Jews lived together in peace
A galaxy-spanning journey through space and sound!
The Coup just may be the greatest, angriest, most militant hip hop act around. So what's up with the Puff Daddy tour?