Haçeteria presents Breath Control Deco Lounge Feb. 4, 2012 Better than: The term "hipster house." What is it about the past that's so attractive? For as long as pop music has been around, previous iterations of youth culture have been an important part of it. Yet, for all the past's constant pres ... More >>
Slow Hands performs Friday at Beatbox The holidays are rapidly approaching and, if you're anything like us, you're probably getting pretty stressed. If that's the case, take some time out for yourself and decompress at one of this weekend's many offerings. Here are four solid options for goin ... More >>
Kahley Avalon Emerson Lights Down Low presents No Regular Play and Benoit & Sergio Public Works Friday, Dec. 2, 2011 Better than: The Pet Shop Boys' video for their cover of the Village People's "Go West". So far, Lights Down Low has had a long and wild run. Started at the height of the mi ... More >>
The No. 1 album in the country this week is by the biggest band on Earth. All is right with the world? Well, hold that thought. Unlike textural forbears U2 and Radiohead, much less the Clash or Nirvana, most people even willing to concede that Coldplay is a relevant force do not think it has ... More >>
Joe EskenaziChris "Jump Man" "WilsonIt takes a lot to get noticed in this city, be it leaping out from behind a bush to carrying a sign related to 12 galaxies. But if you do anything for an hour a day, five days a week, for a year -- pretty soon people will start watching you. And that's the case ... More >>
DJs Jefrodesiac and Richie Panic keep dancefloors crammed with Frisco Disco and Blow Up.
Cologne's premier techno label is sending two of its ambassadors to town boasting shuffle, sizzle, and tips for jump-starting S.F.'s lifeless scene
Good looks, good hooks, and big Afros: L.A.'s the 88 comes to town
Week of February 5, 2003
Figurine ditches its synth pop past for an electro present
Machine Soul: An Odyssey into Electronic Dance Music, Ohm: The Early Gurus of Electronic Music
In the '90s, the Pet Shop Boys have made a case for being more than just a retro act. America still won't listen.
A Language of Their Own depicts four gay men's struggle to express love, devotion, and passion
Meet Victor Willis, the lost Village Person