I’m having a bit of trouble believing that these guys are from SF. I’m constantly bitching about the lack of live industrial music here- not to mention the lack of it in the club scene. Well, Psyclon Nine looks like goth chick mecca to me. Very Ministry and KMFDM inspired, I anxiously await the chance […]
If you’ve never heard about the Altamont incident before, this this isn’t the documentary to explain it to you. But if you have, this will definitely illustrate it for you a bit. With no narration, Gimme Shelter is a collection of interviews and footage from the famous show. If this doc had been made in […]
It’s looking to be a good week for me. Thurs/July 26: Devin the Dude @ Mezzanine Fri/July 27: Daft Punk/The Rapture @ The Greek in Berkeley **HRC show** Sat/July 28: M.I.A./The Gray Kid @ Rickshaw Stop **HRC Show** Sun/July 29: Projekt Revolution tour/Linkin Park @ Shoreline Amphitheater Mon/July 30: The Icarus Line/The Slits @ The […]
Interesting post on San Francisco venue capacities by fellow SF music blogger ipickmynose.com. Only one I would add is the Sleep Train Amphitheater in Concord, which lists its capacity at 12,500.
You know it’s going to be a rough night when you lose your charm before the night even begins. I don’t literally mean my charm- that’s here to stay- but my cute little boom box charm on my ghetto gold necklace fell off before I even made it to Mezzanine to show it off. Cheap […]
Why is it that people tend to not think you’re cultured when you attend a lot of shows? That saying I’m going to see M.I.A. next weekend doesn’t garner the same reaction as saying that I’m going to see Swan Lake? Here are five solid reasons why going to shows offer a way better cultural […]
Billy Corgan is trying really, really hard to redeem himself. He’s been quite the whipping boy for the press over the past few years, before he gave in and decided that a Pumpkin’s reunion is what we all needed. His full page ad antics just didn’t go over well. Being one of the few lucky […]