To say we don’t all love Hendrix would be untrue. He is arguably the greatest guitarist of all time; better than even SRV and Slow Hand. Come celebrate the release of Jimi Hendrix Experience Winterland at Amoeba on Tuesday, September 13 at 7:00p.m. Back in October of 1968 Jimi and
I’m really glad I saw this because I didn’t realize The Pains of Being Pure at Heart had a new album out! The band is playing a sold-out show at Great American Music Hall tonight for $17, so if you were too cheap and/or lazy to buy tickets, you can still
Allow me to preface what you are about to read with this – By no means am I a music critic, but I do know the potential for something good when I hear it. And Funeral Party, my friends, sounds good. I’ve never understood the idea of classifying or placing
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
Which one is Smith? Got those VD blues (either type)? Cheer yourself up with the dreamy, twinkly, head-noddable pop-rock tunes of Smith Westerns. Pitchfork loves this year’s sophomore effort, Dye It Blonde, from increasingly prolific label Fat Possum, and Pitchfork is never wrong. And since you are unemployed or were busy watching
Wondering what to do for fun this week? Feeling a little dead inside? Wake yourself up with a FREE event for each of the 5 senses! SEE: There’s nothing like a Charlie Kaufman/Spike Jonze collaborative mindfuck to topple you into an existential crisis. Catch a FREE screening of Adaptation this
Here are some very varied music picks for the week. Wednesday, July 7th: The Rumble SF. Future Sounds presents the Rumble SF, a FREE concert at Du Nord featuring AB & the Sea, So Many Wizards, and What Laura Says. The event is sponsored by Noise Pop, the Bay Bridged,
Saturday, April 17th is Record Store Day 2010 — YAY MUSIC! Taking place the third Saturday in April every year, Record Store Day was created in 2008 to laud all the awesome independently-owned record stores that are still around. Why this means fun times for you and me: Musicians generally