So, 2 Chainz and Kanye West just saw fit to join forces to write a birthday song. Called "Birthday Song". What the ball-sack were they even thinking? It's a well known fact that there are only three birthday-related songs in the history of music that are actually good. One is Loretta Lynn's "Happy B ... More >>
It's hard not to get excited about a new Ben & Jerry's flavor, particularly the creative names, including Cherry Garcia and Half Baked. B&J's newest release is making headlines with its name: Schweddy Balls. The thought of American youngsters asking mom and dad if they can have a scoop of Sc ... More >>
Boys IV MenIf your Friday nights consist of body-slamming on the dance floor while pounding shots to bass-heavy beats, you'll almost certainly enjoy San Francisco's Boyz IV Men. With song titles such as "The Bomb Dot Com," there's pretty much no question about this outfit's party credentials ... More >>
love is chemicals presents the Secret Satan covers show at the Hemlock tonight Off-kilter indie-pop quartet Love is Chemicals is a group of expert multi-taskers. Between organizing tonight's Secret Satan show at the Hemlock and arranging more sharp-edged guitar pop for their upcoming album, ... More >>
Answer all correctly and win a Def Leppard album
And unfortunately it's not science fiction. It's San Francisco politics, and the winner used some interesting jujitsu.
Greg Davis and Signer bring tweaked beats to the Hemlock; All-star DJs show up for "Get Selected!," an SF DJ competition
Cunning linguist Radioactive drops by "Tru Skool"; Philly's King Britt heats up Club Six; and Mark Farina and Derrick Carter double-team the decks at Mezzanine.
Have fun with democracy, before it has fun with you
Split EP! (Anticon)
Beach Blanket Babylon, Shear Madness, Tony n' Tina's Wedding
Paul Pena,who's played with everyone from Jerry Garcia to B.B. King, is coming out of the musical shadows, thanks to the award-winning documentary Genghis Blues. He's also blind, and sick, and entirely tired of living.
The Nutty Professor Directed by Tom Shadyac. Starring Eddie Murphy and Jada Pinkett. Phenomenon Directed by Jon Turteltaub. Starring John Travolta and Kyra Sedgwick. Purple Noon Directed by Rene Clement. Starring Alain Delon and Maurice Ronet.