Carla Bozulich's eclectic and storied career has taken her around the world. She finds collaborative performances and inspiration inevitably waiting in each city, so she hasn't lived in one place for longer than about a month in eight years. Her work includes film scores, Middle-Eastern-infused Will ... More >>
Even if you don't recognize his name, you've probably heard Trevor Dunn's music. In addition to leading his own groups Trio-Convulsant and Mad Love, he's a perpetually in-demand, bi-coastal bassist equally adept at jazz, classical, and death metal. That schizophrenic skill set led him from his stint ... More >>
Wilco White Denim Jan. 29, 2012 The Warfield Better than: Being sad in less beautiful ways. Nine songs into Wilco's performance last night at the Warfield, Jeff Tweedy stopped to check on his audience: "This has been kind of a morbid show so far. Are you guys okay?" he asked, seemingly more serio ... More >>
From SF Weekly's latest print music section: The Wizard of Wilco: Nels Cline is extremely lucky, and he knows it. Widely regarded as one of the world's finest living guitarists, Cline came up playing styles of music whose audience is sadly shrinking: jazz, improvisatory, and avant-garde. If those w ... More >>
Christopher VictorioWilco playing the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, June 27, 2009 A proposition: The best part about Wilco putting out a new album is that it means the band will be touring behind it. Yes? No? Maybe? Whatever you think of The Whole Love, Wilco's latest album (and oh damn if you ... More >>
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Scott Amendola is a rare bird -- a jazz drummer who writes his own material and leads his own band
Gregg Bendian's Interzone
Interstellar Space Revisited: The Music of John Coltrane
Mary Lou Lord comes out of the subway and into a theater near you