Tommy Guerrero, now a guitar slingin' jazz man.There's a big difference between Tommy Guerrero and most pro-skateboarders still making their go at a music career. Unlike fellow old-schooler Steve Caballero (who played in a deliciously snotty and kinda awesome outfit called The Faction, among ... More >>
Tom Tom ClubEveryone loves a good reunion, right? There's nothing quite like reliving the past through the music of bands that have long been filed away into the annals of history. One such group has recently regrouped and will be playing its funky crowd pleasers this Friday, October 8, at Great ... More >>
EKAphotographyOfficially Hip: M.I.S.' Camilo Lara with Tommy Guerrero and Money Mark Cumbia is the new Afrofunk/Batucada/Baile funk/Bhangra/Reggaeton. Hipsters have embraced the quirky Latin dance music, just as they did other global sounds of recent note, with open arms. If you need further evi ... More >>
Funkin for free: Del Taking a cue from President Obama, our own beloved Hiero hero Del the Funky Homosapien has recorded his own stimulus address. "As we all know, funk is depleting rapidly in America," he says, describing the current musical and cultural crisis affecting this country. "Ther ... More >>
Curumin at Slim'sJanuary 22, 2009 Photos by EKAphotography Better Than: Watching Brazilian Football on Telemundo It was a triumphant night for Luciano Nakata Albuquerque, better known as Curumin. Flanked on stage by a handful of the Bay Area's musical and cultural tastemakers, the Brazilian ... More >>
Beastie Boys clam up on The Mix-Up
The Beasties' live music is Awesome, if not a little discombobulating
Funeral for a Friend carries the torch for U.K. emo; Banyan explores the intersection of punk, rock, and free jazz.
Thursday, October 21, 2004 at Ruby Skye
A bite-sized installment of the large (and no doubt geek-laden) celebration of synth
Kid Koala's self-described "vinyl vaudeville" breaks records
Asian directions in sound; heavenly lawlessness.
Damned; Money Mark Nishita; Cousteau; Nigel Peppercock
Dan "The Automator" Nakamura loves hip hop -- but he loves music more
Mary Lou Lord comes out of the subway and into a theater near you