The body count of legendary recording studios that have gone silent is undeniable.
A Guide to Getting Shipwrecked This Weekend
Local promoters take a big risk to give S.F. a music fest that will restore the city's cool cred
Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (Merge)
Mold the Gold (Self-released)
Cut Chemist The Audience's Listening
Americana/Folk/Country DJ/Turntablist Electro/Electronic/Experimental Hard Rock Hip Hop Indie Rock/Noise Pop Jazz Soul/R&B World Music Music Video
If it's kinda, sorta music-related, we'll review it. This Week: Indie Rock Cribs.
Wedding Crashers: Music From and Inspired by the Film
It's not all surf and silicone in America's Finest City
Monsters of mope come to Berkeley: M. Ward, Bright Eyes, and Jim James. Old 97's are hotter than Ryan Adams.
Tony Espinoza poured his dot-com millions into the fanciest music studio in town. With balls like that, who needs street cred?
The Summer of the Shark & Autumn Was a Lark
The members of Rogue Wave are crazy about each other -- and we're happy for them. Really.
Sharing a spotlight with Bright Eyes is no easy task. But Cursive is up for it.
The Amos House Collection, Volume II (Wishing Tree)
Women seem to love the place -- if you want to scope babes, Spoon is for you.
Beulah leader Miles Kurosky's dark nights lead to pure pop sunshine
Letters from March 14, 2001
Girls Can Tell (Merge)
In two years, John Vanderslice and his studio, Tiny Telephone, have become unlikely focal points of the local pop-rock scene