By NATE WAGGONER JEFF the Brotherhood Diarrhea Planet Colleen Green Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 Bottom of the Hill Better than: Wayne's World 2... and maybe the original Wayne's World as well. A JEFF the Brotherhood show at Bottom of the Hill offers the kind of transcendent, joyfully dumb and bizarre ... More >>
You may have heard over the last few days that Berkeley's Lookout! Records -- one of the world's most treasured punk rock labels, and the place that Green Day got its start -- is closing for good, back catalog and all. If you were a punk rocker in the '90s, this news feels a little bit like losing a ... More >>
Local DIY acts tUnE-yArDs and Citay joined up with other indie acts at the Bowery Ballroom on Sunday to celebrate the 20th anniversary of indie/punk bible Our Band Could Be Your Life. In order to give a proper homage to the revered tome, and the bands that inspired it, each artist covered so ... More >>
Ted Leo at Bottom of the Hill last night.Ted Leo AB & The Sea February 24, 2011 @ Bottom of the Hill Better than: That awkward moment when the music gets turned down and you're the only one singing. Ted Leo is a punk. He might be an untattooed, 40-year-old, skinny dude whose live sin ... More >>
Noise Pop has revealed the first wave of its festival lineup for 2011, not only coming out of the gate with Yo La Tengo, Ted Leo, Dan Deacon, Wavves, and Best Coast, but also playing a part in bringing the the lo-fi, R&B-minded How To Dress Well out to San Francisco for his first local appearanc ... More >>
Shawn BrackbillTed Leo PharmacistsDeep into his second decade of playing music for a living, frisky, political-minded East Coast punk rocker Ted Leo says he may have to retire from regular touring and recording next year because of drooping record sales.The Lookout Records artist told Louisvill ... More >>
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Tuesday, March 23, 2010 Great American Music HallBetter than: staying home to catch the new episode of Lost. The air in the Great American Music Hall became electrified last night when Ted Leo stepped center stage to do a quick mic check right before going ... More >>
Local promoters take a big risk to give S.F. a music fest that will restore the city's cool cred
Dump the Dandy Warhols for Dead Meadow
The Herms: something borrowed, something new
Joanna Newsom, Okay, Ted Leo (sort of), Comets on Fire, Still Flyin', Mates of State ... and the list goes on and on ...
Going dotty at Jack Hanley
Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead
The Cost's Chimera brings button-down geekiness and metallic crunch to hardcore punk
Ted Leo proves you can tell a record by its cover.