Some of Yoni’s most compelling and critically-praised musical experiments have been issued under the moniker WHY? and his latest entry is no exception. On AOKOHIO Yoni condenses the essential elements of WHY? into a stunningly potent musical vision. Co-produced by Yoni and his brother Josiah, AOKOHIO presents a rich palette
Harry and the Potters wizard-rock band made a pit-stop off their brooms from Hogwarts to the Bottom of the Hill. The evening got started with three muggle opening bands: Flying Fish Cove, SOAR, and Giggle Party, but Giggle Party helped provide a platform of craziness to help the muggles (non-magic
Outside Lands 2019 has beefed up its fencing and road closure system so much that you can no longer rubberneck from sidewalks and paths to watch Outside Lands for free like in years past. But there are still Golden Gate Park quirks that can position you to pretty clearly hear
Lights was born Valerie Anne Poxleitner in Timmins, Ontario, to missionary parents, Virginia and Eric Poxleitner. She has one older sister, Jess. She spent her childhood in many parts of the world, including the Philippines, Jamaica, Ontario, and British Columbia. She moved to Toronto at the age of 18 when she legally changed her name
Mozzy’s hardened gangster narratives eschew the exaggerated violence of horrorcore, favoring the kind of terrifying front line reportage verified by police reports and far too many headstones. Hailing from Oak Park, one of the city’s most dangerous and disenfranchised neighborhoods, Mozzy is a voice for and an inspiration to friends,
San Francisco’s biggest music festival is coming this weekend and while Paul Simon may be the musical headliner, the food is always a huge draw. This is one of the few times a year you can find some of the best dishes in SF all in one spot, so I’ve scoured the food vendor list to come up with the best picks for the folks in town just for the festival, (or for the SF folks who never leave their own neighborhood).
Treasure Island Music Festival was always one of my favorite weekends of the year. The fest was small and manageable; you got to see all your friends and all the bands you wanted, without running back and forth for miles. And the music was SO good. Over the years headliners
I was compelled to write this after a matinee viewing of Disney’s new CGI-tastic Lion King with my mother-in-law, who kindly treated me to a movie and popcorn on a recent visit. We caught a 4:30pm showing of this seemingly harmless family film together and ended up sitting uncomfortably through