The term "party-rocking" has taken quite a beating in recent years, after artists like LMFAO turned it into something downright terrifying. But prior to its corruption, "party-rocking" meant a DJ mixing genres, like moving from hip-hop to disco to house with the only goal to ensure that everyone has ... More >>
Twenty-twelve has been a good year for dance music so far. It's only March, and San Francisco's club scene has been moved by a variety of new sounds coming from all over the world. This week we're taking a look at some of the finest new releases of the past couple weeks. Here are five cuts that we t ... More >>
The Juke at Nap's 3Bernal Heights is often unfairly lumped in with the Mission as a whole. While it is backed up against the Mission, Bernal has its own plentiful offerings -- Indian pizza, indoor street food, and lesbian bars with three-story patios, to name a few. So, in deference to the vi ... More >>
So now you can download Beatles tracks one-at-a-time on the iTunes store for $1.29. But just because you can do something doesn't mean you should, and that's doubly true for the Beatles' music. While some parts of the band's catalog are entirely cherry-pickable, much of the Beatles' work -- especial ... More >>
Music fans, pour one out for Marvin Isley. The bassist for the hugely successful Soul/R&B outfit The Isley Brothers passed away Sunday at age 56. News reports out yesterday said the cause of death was still unclear, but Isley suffered greatly from diabetes. He had lost the use of both legs and ... More >>
A hip hop orchestra that runs counter to mainstream beats
A nostalgic song-and-dance show, in which music is one man's heartbeat
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Blame Rock River Communications -- and hipster Jeff Daniel -- for those cheesy store-branded music compilations
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Basuki Bala, Kevin Dabbs, and Jim Ryan
In the '90s, the Pet Shop Boys have made a case for being more than just a retro act. America still won't listen.