Live 105's BFD, with Jane's Addiction, Garbage, Cake, fun., Neon Trees, and more Saturday, June 2, 2012 Shoreline Amphitheater Better than: Listening to Live 105 for 12 consecutive hours. True to its name, Live 105's BFD was a big fucking deal yet again this year. We're talking more than three doz ... More >>
Since we have so many queer women in this fine city of ours, we figured we should probably just go ahead and throw this out there: Have any of you ever gotten so hot 'n' bothered after a make-out session that one of you started turning into a werewolf? No? Didn't think so. But that's the premise o ... More >>
It's okay! Andrew Miller is married! The Week In GayThe biggest news this week is the new term I learned: Cocktober! Isn't that terrific? How have I lived on this planet for multiple decades without ever referring to this month as Cocktober??It's adorable, I tell you. And you'll never ... More >>
Joseph SchellDeer TickJuly 1, 2009The IndependentBetter Than: Karaoke. Last night, Deer Tick started its mellow set with a slow crescendo that climaxed in a stage dive. "We're doing things a little differently tonight," declared handlebar mustachioed lead singer John McCauley, before launching into ... More >>
Empty seats abound at Giants home games – and it's not just the team that's losing.
Keyshia Cole could shine in the spotlight this fall
An avid Net radio listener shares what she´d miss about the station that cracked her musical code
Bands reunited, sock-stuffing legends, and chanteuses from Charo to Chaka? It could only mean summer sounds in the Bay Area!
Week of Wednesday, December12, 2004
Perhaps the candidates running in the 2004 election could use some help selecting their campaign music
Now that emo's a cash cow, one of the genre's founding bands has reunited to milk it
Louis Schwartzberg aims for America's Heart, but mostly sticks to the surface
Lullaby for Liquid Pig
Iraq and roll don't go together well when rockers protest
At Noise Pop, Alex Chilton proves you can be a fucked-up rock star and survive
Paul Nave's championship proves fleeting