Baths' Will WiesenfeldFrom SF Weekly's latest print music section:You're Okay, Computer: Consider Baths, the stage name of 21-year-old bedroom producer Will Wiesenfeld, who uses a laptop and various other tools to make beat music, with vocals, that is melancholic and complex and beautiful. A sudd ... More >>
Joseph SchellMonotonix frontman Ami Shalev at Rickshaw on Friday.Monotonix
Ty Segall, NODZZZ
January 28, 2011
@ Rickshaw Stop
Better than: The rinse cycle.
There was hardly a place in the Rickshaw Stop that the mic didn't travel during Friday's Monotonix show. It went everywhere. Literally. Incl ... More >>
Christopher VictorioMonotonix at Treasure Island Music Festival in OctoberAt any given Monotonix show, you will see three hairy men crowd surfing with their instruments, throwing trash on the crowd, spitting beer on the crowd, leading group sing-alongs and, possibly, pissing.
Starting from its s ... More >>
Given the dizzying array of musical acts that tramp through San Francisco every year, and the number of those shows our hard-working photographers attend, it was no easy feat to round up their best shots. What follows is a sampling of some of the most exciting, interesting live music photos All Shoo ... More >>
Christopher VictorioBroken Social Scene's Kevin Drew crowd-surfs at the end of his set.Treasure Island Music Festival, Day TwoOctober 17, 2010Better than: Listening to '90s alt-rock on your Walkman during a damp walk to school.Well, it rained. But other than that wet little nod from Mother N ... More >>
Christopher VictorioJack White with the Raconteurs at Treasure Island 2008The lineup for the 2010 Treasure Island Music Festival was unveiled earlier today, and it's every bit as drool-worthy as we had hoped. First: the rumors were right, and Belle & Sebastian is headlining the second day's s ... More >>
Eilon PazRock 'n' roll ain't rocket science. Take a simple demand ("Set me free"), add a simple beat, sear some smokin' guitar riffs between a singer's pained spoken-sung-wails, and repeat until you can feel the frontman working himself up into the nervous breakdown he keeps mentioning there in t ... More >>