Get SF Weekly Newsletters

You searched for:

Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

Music, Hear This Punk Royalty Still Reigns Supreme: Naked Raygun and Suicidal Tendencies

Punk Royalty Still Reigns Supreme: Naked Raygun and Suicidal Tendencies

One day in 1970, Japanese singer Kenji "Damo" Suzuki was heard busking on a Munich street by members of innovative German rockers Can. That very night, Suzuki became Can's new frontman, his eerily elastic, voice-as-instrument approach dovetailing with the band's…
Tags: , , , , ,
Music, Hear This Smash your head on the noise rock; Another! Big! Buzz! Band!

Smash your head on the noise rock; Another! Big! Buzz! Band!

Drum 'n' bass means something different in the noise-rock world than in the electronic world. This disparity is especially true when discussing San Francisco's boulder-weight Burmese , a double-drum, two-bass quartet delivering riffs that hit like concrete blocks and erratic…
Tags: , , , , ,