UnderCover Presents Black Sabbath's Paranoid Various Artists Saturday, May 19, 2012 The Independent Better than: Trying to hold a conversation with Ozzy Osbourne. There are a few reasons Ozzy Osbourne would bite the head off UnderCover Presents' live version of Black Sabbath's Paranoid. For one th ... More >>
From SF Weekly's latest print music section: James BlakeJames Blake: The time in James Blake's life we might call his long winter -- from which he emerged this year with a phosphorescent debut album -- began as far back as the early '90s with his first piano lesson. There, at the age of 5, h ... More >>
Lesbian family values.
http://world.nycsubway.orgGuess who's still here?If you rode BART to work this morning and came to the horrible realization that not only was your seat cold, but wet, too -- congratulations! You're still a winner. You can still go get a new pair of pants at Ross or Old Navy and get to work in les ... More >>
I'm Neil Young, biatch! 10. His middle name is Percival. (This actually explains his often anguished, tortured voice). 9. Before joining Buffalo Springfield, Young was in the Mynah Birds, a band fronted by future funkster Rick James. It's unclear whether he ever told James, "I'm Neil Young, biatc ... More >>
Driver's not a songwriter yet but she's legit
As Ray Charles, Jamie Foxx turns an ordinary bio into an extraordinary one
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
With a handful of artists, "classic rock" is not
Jesse DeNatale gets back to nature
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A galaxy-spanning journey through space and sound!
Anti-fascist Satanists, tabla beat scientists, and a Raye of hope
Cameron Crowe takes Jerry Maguire on a dizzy trip through dreamland
Icky flicks, modern pagans, and disturbed piano-duos
For Stars ditch the lo-fi ghetto for a big rock opus. But will their fans follow?
Can one man convince millions of people to pay for their "free" music?
Almost Famous rings in your ears -- and heart -- long after it's over
Songs From an Unmarried Housewife and Mother, Greenwich Village, USA
The Way You Wear Your Past
Temporarily in Los Angeles working on a movie, Red House Painters' Mark Kozelek still doesn't know when his next record's coming out
Paul Pena,who's played with everyone from Jerry Garcia to B.B. King, is coming out of the musical shadows, thanks to the award-winning documentary Genghis Blues. He's also blind, and sick, and entirely tired of living.
Mary Lou Lord comes out of the subway and into a theater near you