The lineup for the 2012 Bridge School Benefit concert is out! Big names for this year's benefit include Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Guns N' Roses, the Flaming Lips, Jack White, and Foster the People. The annual concert -- which helps support the educational institution for individuals with severe sp ... More >>
Being Transcendent: BT Pop-trance prince B.T. -- ne Brian Transeasu-- plays a free show July 1 at Ruby Skye. One of the biggest names in electronic music, B.T. has released five studio albums (the most recent being 2006's This Binary Universe), remixed artists from the Doors to Sarah McLachlan, and ... More >>
Well they're slightly different than ZZ Top, but the vacant slot left by those dudes on the Bridge School Benefit has been filled by Band of Horses, who will bring their harmonic indie rock to the Shoreline on Saturday, Oct. 25, performing alongside Neil Young, Jack Johnson, Norah Jones, Sarah McLac ... More >>
The official Bridge School Benefit lineup was just announced, and like always, it's a doozey. This year's event goes down Oct. 25 and 26 at Shoreline Amphitheatre, and brings back Neil Young alongside Wilco, Jack Johnson, Death Cab for Cutie, Norah Jones, and Cat Power for both days. Special one-day ... More >>
Broken (And Other Rogue States)
Tegan and Sara's delectable pop makes lazy headline writers look stupid
Juliette Lewis and Minnie Driver have started bands. Come on, you know you're curious.
From Mahler to Morrissey, the Bay Area has it all this summer.
Week of Wednesday, May 5, 2004
Two new high-class local venues. Bruce Springsteen concerts. Sounds like the work of Clear Channel. But it's not.
Not content to simply milk his invention, trance music pioneer BT continues to trip the light fantastic in a never-ending search for sound
San Francisco's OM Records foretells the future of enhanced CDs