The Pope of Trash is back for Christmas lunacy throbbing in his veins. Cockeyed. Rabid. Ready to reinfect the lunatic fringe with holiday jeer.
Last Saturday October 8th, The Afghan Whigs and Pink Mountaintops played at The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. If you’ve ever seen the Whigs perform you know it’s going to be loud, intense, and hard to catch your breath. Bring your earplugs and take off your jacket cause
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There’s a new Halloween tradition in the Bay Area and it’s called: Halloween Meltdown. Since their first edition last year the folks from Total Trash Productions (same team behind Mosswood Meltdown, former Burger Boogaloo) and JOHN WATERS are bringing punk rock bands to the lovely Mosswood Park in Oakland and
There’s something about live music that you can’t feel it just by listening to an album, especially when they have incredibly talented musicians like Las Los and Surprise Chef, both bands are playing this Wednesday, October 5th at the Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco. Surprise Chef is a
This week, San Francisco is getting a taste of good old comics and gnarly cartoons brought to you by Keenan Marshall Keller, the guy behind PERMANENT DAMAGE, an inclusive and cool comics festival happening at Silver Sprocket in the Mission, and CARTOON DAMAGE, a one day screening of amazing animation
A huge group of juvenile delinquents, drapes and drapettes gathered at the famous kitsch hotel Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo for the John Waters Easter. That is a real thing that happened.
Spiritualized played two nights this week at the Fillmore and yes, Everything was beautiful like their most recent album title. I can’t imagine a better venue for them in SF than The Fillmore with those cool chandeliers and disco balls. My favorite sound system in the city, grand and powerful!
I got here last night and walked around. SF is a remarkably evocative and unchanging city. I’m sure if you live here it has changed a lot, but from my cursory grasp it feels just like when I lived here.