Slug

28 Jan 2020

We wanna send you to see Atmosphere at the Regency Ballroom!

Over Atmosphere’s twenty-year career they have managed to continually tweak and strive to perfect their formula, while neither straying too far off their path, nor resorting to playing it safe. Musically, Ant has continued to define Atmosphere’s sound, ranging from a healthy mixture of upbeat and fun, to the oft

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02 Aug 2017

Sacramento! We wanna send you and a friend to Atmosphere’s SOLD OUT show!

  “Defining success is not an exact science by any means. In some ways, it’s especially difficult to quantify one’s success when they have a job that places them in the public eye, a position that is ripe for critique and high expectations. Perhaps those who best thrive in those

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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17 Aug 2015

Win Tickets To Atmosphere At The Greek Berkeley!

As the soundtrack to my wake-and-bake-working-at-home-depot days, Atmosphere’s Slug and Ant have evolved alongside my life. With their new (and 12th) album, Southsiders, Atmosphere is still pushing the boundaries of what indie rap can mean. While Southsiders is a celebration of the group’s fortitude, it is also a deeply introspective, and sometimes

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10 Mar 2011

East Bay Unwrapped: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Yah, snail, yah! Since you read my post from last week, you now have your garden plot all planned out for Spring. Kale here, beans there, and plenty of sunshine. The conditions are perfect for a happy, healthy garden! OR ARE THEY? Lurking in your back yard are some very

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27 Apr 2009

The Grouch & Eligh For FREE At Amoeba

Maybe it’s because I’m no longer in college, but it seems to me that nobody cares about underground hip-hop anymore.  I remember having long, late night conversations over Budweiser and ganja, arguing the meanings of Aesop Rock lyrics and trying to decide if Slug’s “Lucy” was an actual person.  Those were the days

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