Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Better than: Dining on pink slime.
There is always an air of uncertainty before an Ariel Pink concert. Throughout his career the enigmatic Beverly Hills native has been known to have meltdowns on stage, throw fits at sound men, or just ... More >>
Welcome, time-crunched and over-stimulated music fan, to All Shook Down's High Five -- a place where Byard Duncan wades through the shit to find you the hits. Well, five of them, anyway.
If there's anything uniting the tracks in this week's inaugural installment, it's a sense of urgency. From Dutch ... More >>
When Little Rock's Pallbearer released its debut full-length, Sorrow and Extinction, last February, the band had little idea how special this particular slab of doom metal would become. But listeners and critics showed the group otherwise: they latched onto the album, anchored by Brett Campbell's ex ... More >>
Band of Skulls
Monday, Jan. 28, 2013
Better than: Matt Crawley wailing in his best falsetto atop the roof of Downton.
From its earliest records to the present day, Muse has maintained the sound and presence of a band that plays arenas. Over nearly two decades it has refined an ep ... More >>
One of Scotland's finest musical exports, the Trashcan Sinatras, will play at Slim's on Tuesday, June 1. We asked the band a few pertinent questions. Barry Gibb, if you're reading this: Get in touch. -- Vicky Walker
Izumi KamazawaTrashcan Sinatras bring the swing
SF Weekly: What are we draggin ... More >>