Brace yourself, everybody. Not content with torturing us back in 2006 with her debut album, Paris Hilton is apparently preparing to unleash a second one. So, in her honor and as a means to prepare ourselves, here's our list of the top six celebrities who should never make music ever again. Oh, and f ... More >>
Adrian & Mysterious D have an interesting take on mashups. As they explain it, the "genre" transcends all other styles, as producers working in this arena pull tracks from a wide variety of artists, making the artform both classic enough to build a large fanbase, and cutting edge enough to in ... More >>
Tim Soter If you dig the new millennium disco fogging up windows in clubs across the country, you'll feel love for the Juan MacLean track "The Simple Life." The song luckily has nothing to do with Paris and her former BFF Nicole. Rather, it's a bit of Star Wars meets Donna Summer, a gorgeous track t ... More >>
Patience rewards fans of these mysterious Swedes
Kirby Dominant brings together niggaz and white girlz
Did the Lovemakers' sold-out set at the Fillmore prove the band has what it takes to go global?
The Futureheads do new wave right; IQU shows us why it's outlast peers Cibo Matto, Pizzicato Five, and Cornelius.
Here's a beginners (and possibly enders) guide to the rest of the S.F. electro-rock scene:
The Lovemakers electrocute electroclash then make out onstage. Doesn't that sound cute?
A rap-war documentary, the old new wave, and Gypsy-fied French noir
Arts, crafts, events, performances, and New Year's Eve
Arts, crafts, events, and performances for the holidays
Silke Tudor sings the praises of punk rock karaoke, swoons over the Faint, and revels in girlhood
Musipal (Ninja Tune)
House DJ Hyper D moves from behind the scenes to behind the turntables
Reproductions: Songs of the Human League (March)
Hyacinths and Thistles (Merge)
The Six Finger Satellite swindle