We're now a week on from Paris Hilton's DJ debut and Deadmau5's flame-baiting blog post. Thankfully, the world hasn't collapsed, and it seems as though both events have prompted some serious discussion about the place of the DJ in contemporary society. For those of you interested in such things, we ... More >>
Week of Wednesday, July 6, 2005
Why San Franciscans are suffering from a case of technophobia
MC Myka Nyne and friends celebrate that most blurry of holidays; the best in dirty French techno comes to town
AlphaZeta fuses two of the city's best hip hop talents; Monolake and Deadbeat return to the Recombinant Labs Compound
Greg Davis and Signer bring tweaked beats to the Hemlock; All-star DJs show up for "Get Selected!," an SF DJ competition
"Northwest Passage" brings Norway's finest jazz and electronica pioneers to town. SF Jazz brings you the best of Brazil.
Rephlex Records brings its rebellious sounds to S.F., Luomo spins his aphrodisiac future-disco
Sound Kills You: Monolake and Deadbeat get freaky on a 10-plus-channel system
Pressed fairies, effete torch singers, and highly techy pop acts
Why the Bay Area has stopped producing big-time rock bands
A cannabis club in the Fangxaminer building. This could explain a lot.