Well, lots of things, actually
Kirby Dominant brings together niggaz and white girlz
Wherein we review Yay Area mixtapes of the day
We Have Sound
Howl Howl Gaff Gaff
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Confronting death, and living to joke about it
New Order's recent work has fallen off, but its legacy speaks for itself
Experimental-music lovers roll out the welcome Matmos
Couture, Couture, Couture
Left of the Dial: Dispatches From the '80s Underground
If you love "Bootie" and you feel "Guilty," then it's time to get "Smashed."
The Killers aren't reinventing the rock wheel, but they are repopulating the dance floor
With his latest release as Tweaker, Chris Vrenna may finally outrun his Nine Inch Nails past
Week of Wednesday, May 5, 2004
We asked two local musicians to sound off on the latest and greatest from their fellow practitioners.
Get your frown on at "Dark Sparkle" or put on some stilettos and check out "High Heels"
Punk has crossed over from underground filth to mainstream fluff, and Vendetta Red suggests that its music is the bridge
Comic Neil Hamburger tells lame, awkward anti-jokes. What's so funny about that?
Black Ice's frosty grindcore, a Sadie Hawkins Costume and Dance Party, and revolutionary punks from China
The Gospel Comes to New Guinea
Just Like Everybody Part Two
Channeling stupidity, and exploding nicely
Ted Demme and Denis Leary are a match made in effin' heaven
Experimental electronic duo Matmos uses elective surgery to carve out an audience
The '80s Are Back; Vacation Music
Day Glo Abortions; Sunshine; Nina Simone
Three (Touch and Go)
Rock Out S.F.; Bart Davenport; Santa Cruz Lo-Fi Indie Music Festival
Pieces in a Modern Style
The Cure's Robert Smith reveals the man behind the makeup
The 41st San Francisco International Film Festival
Morphine's moody, sax-flavored sound plays like the soundtrack to a dime-store novel