With Luz Calvo and Catrióna Rueda Esquibel Pull up a seat at the table of our decolonized meal with professors (and life partners) Luz Calvo and Catrióna Rueda Esquibel, authors of Decolonize Your Diet: Plant-Based Mexican-American Recipes for Health and Healing. Along with chefs and other guests, Luz and Catriona explore
Parquet Courts began their 2014 release Content Nausea with the repeated refrain, “everyday it starts – anxiety!” And while that track left off at just its start, Human Performance dives in, picking apart the anxieties of modern life with the band’s most innovative and emotional collection of songs to date.
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Murder By Death is a Louisville, KY quintet with a wry, ominous name. But behind the geography and moniker is a band of meticulous and literary songwriters matched by a specific brand of brooding, anthem-riding balladry and orchestral indie rock. Murder By Death’s path began in the early 2000s as
El Ten Eleven is an American, Los Angeles-based, post-rock duo, known for combining guitar/bass doubleneck or fretless bass, with heavy looping, or vamping, and the utility of an effects pedal, over acoustic or electric drumming. They have released six full-length albums, 2 EPs and a remix album, earning generally positive
Tinariwen is one of the latest musical phenomena of truly universal calibre, and not an event to miss. The new album by Tinariwen could well have been called Exile on Main Street. But other people have already thought of that. It also could have been called A la recherché du
At the beginning Animal Collective was two of them — Avey Tare and Panda Bear — banging drums and tweaking synths in their bedrooms, singing strange and sometimes heartbreaking songs about imaginary friends and childhood pets. Carried along by washes of squalling feedback, the music was noisy, and it was
At its heart, S. Carey’s Hundred Acres – the third full-length from Wisconsin singer/songwriter S. Carey – finds him grounded, comfortable in his skin, but still with one foot in the stream. More direct than ever, there is a wellspring of confidence in this new batch of songs that allow for ideas
It’s a Pride giveaway! Ready to have the most fun you’ll ever have in the beautiful San Francisco Bay? Join us for wild waves and wild times aboard Noise Pop and #DoTheGay’s first-ever Pride boat party on Hornblower Cruises & Events San Francisco’s Alive After Five cruise, captained by Deep