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Music, All Shook Down Watch the Worst Music Video Ever Made and Get Pumped for Thor Tomorrow

Watch the Worst Music Video Ever Made and Get Pumped for Thor Tomorrow

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Music, All Shook Down Live Review: Leftover Crack Decimates Thee Parkside

Live Review: Leftover Crack Decimates Thee Parkside

Leftover Crack Blackwood Daum Feb. 12, 2015 Thee Parkside In the first five minutes of Friday the 13th, Brad Logan led Leftover Crack through a smoldering take of “Stop the Insanity.” Thee sold out Parkside in Potrero Hill marinated…
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Music, Worth the Fight: Great Apes Rail Against the Changing Face of San Francisco on <i>Playland at the Beach</i>

Worth the Fight: Great Apes Rail Against the Changing Face of San Francisco on Playland at the Beach

Brian Moss walks along La Playa, a block from Ocean Beach, past the Safeway, past the condos, in the pouring rain. "It's gotta be around here somewhere," he says. The "it" Moss speaks of is a plaque — the last…
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Music, All Shook Down Useless Eaters' Seth Sutton on Thinking Outside the Box and His Memphis-Born Bullshit Detector

Useless Eaters' Seth Sutton on Thinking Outside the Box and His Memphis-Born Bullshit Detector

Last week, SF-by-way-of-Memphis punks Useless Eaters’ released their fifth full-length album, Bleeding Moon. On Saturday you’ll have a chance to not only see the band's dynamic live act, but you can grab your own vinyl copy, out on Castle Face,…
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Music, Down and Outlaws Fight Negativity About S.F. Music Scene With Not Dead Yet Fest

Down and Outlaws Fight Negativity About S.F. Music Scene With Not Dead Yet Fest

The members of bluesy S.F. rock outfit Down and Outlaws refuse to ignore the negative talk about the current tech boom and its effects on the local music scene. Vocalist Peter Danzig pays $400 a month to live in a…
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Music, Hear This Ringworm: Show Preview

Ringworm: Show Preview

After 23 years, Ringworm has retained its credibility as a genre-defining powerhouse of hardcore metal through a simple formula: the perverse onslaught of listeners' ears. The Cleveland outfit clobbers through speed-picked, palm-muted riffs — following in the steps of thrash…
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Music, Hear This Madball: Show Preview

Madball: Show Preview

Get your wife-beaters on and your biceps flexing, Bay Area, because a legendary New York hardcore quartet is going to be tearing up Thee Parkside this Saturday — and in a venue this small, it's bound to be an explosive…
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Music, Hear This Terry Malts: Show Preview

Terry Malts: Show Preview

"I don't care if it's going to fall apart tomorrow; I don't remember yesterday; this is what we're doing now." So begins Terry Malts' "No Tomorrow," a song that ably encapsulates the sound and spirit of the band itself: Ramones-esque…
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Music, Hear This Lord Dying: Show Preview

Lord Dying: Show Preview

Following in the footsteps of fellow Portland hessians Red Fang and Witch Mountain, Lord Dying is the latest in a string of top-notch bands to emerge from the fertile Pacific Northwest scene. What it lacks in Red Fang's indelible hooks…
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Music, Hear This Porch: Show Preview

Porch: Show Preview

Along with mainstay bassist Les Claypool and drummer Jay Lane, guitarist Todd Huth was a formative member of Bay Area favorites Primus. Besides writing the guitar melodies for the group's earliest (and best) material, Huth wrote dissonant, jagged lines that've…
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Music, All Shook Down Thee Parkside and Noise Pop's Travis Hayes Busse Is the Star of a New Scion Ad

Thee Parkside and Noise Pop's Travis Hayes Busse Is the Star of a New Scion Ad

The new poster boy for the Scion car company is someone you've probably seen at a local show. Travis Hayes Busse helps book bands at S.F. club Thee Parkside as well as at the Noise Pop and Treasure Island music…
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Music, Hear This Bruce Roehrs' Birthday: Show Preview

Bruce Roehrs' Birthday: Show Preview

When Bruce Roehrs — singular San Franciscan, longtime Maximum Rocknroll columnist, and unabashed follower of savage rock 'n' roll — passed away in 2010, it incited an surge of support from the local music community. He was laid to rest…
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Music, Hear This Mean Jeans: Show Preview

Mean Jeans: Show Preview

Punk rock can be an immensely powerful weapon of change, with fiery guitars and drums creating intense, perspective-shaking expressions of the human condition. Alternately, punk can be used to par-tay, which Mean Jeans cares about way more than any sociopolitical…
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Calendar, Night&Day A Mean Good Time

A Mean Good Time

P unk rock can be an immensely powerful weapon of change, with fiery guitars and drums creating intense, perspective-shaking expressions of the human condition. Alternately, punk can be used to par-tay, which Mean Jeans cares about way more than any…
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Jordan Kurland's Top Five Noise Pop Memories

Jordan Kurland partnered with Noise Pop founder Kevin Arnold in the festival's sixth year. Here, he looks back on some of his favorite Noise Pop sets. 5. A three-way tie: Yoko Ono at the Fox Theater, 2010 Meeting Yoko automatically…
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Music, Hear This Metallibash, For Whom the Bay Tolls: Show Preview

Metallibash, For Whom the Bay Tolls: Show Preview

Metallica turns 30 years old this week, and to celebrate, the local heavy metal juggernaut will be performing four intimate shows at the Fillmore — for fan club members only. You casual supporters could hang outside the Fillmore and moan,…
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Music, All Shook Down Can't Make It to Metallica's 30th Anniversary Concerts? Celebrate at These Shows Instead

Can't Make It to Metallica's 30th Anniversary Concerts? Celebrate at These Shows Instead

If you aren't a member of Metallica's fan club and didn't succumb to a scalper, chances are that you aren't going to catch the Bay Area metal titans' 30th Anniversary concerts at the Fillmore this week. But even if you…
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Music, All Shook Down How To Be a New Band in SF (Without Immediately Breaking Up)

How To Be a New Band in SF (Without Immediately Breaking Up)

You've never heard of Brightlighters because they've only been a band for five months. But this San Francisco trio -- vocalist/guitarist Travis Busse, vocalist/bassist Matt Cline and drummer Nate Blaustone -- are already experts when it comes to navigating the…
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Music, Hear This Budget Rock 10: Show Preview

Budget Rock 10: Show Preview

Now in its 10th year, the 2011 edition of the Bay Area's Budget Rock Festival will be its last — it's fittingly billed as "the final insult." But this garage-rock and punk orgy is saying goodbye with a bang: The…
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Music, Hear This High Castle: Show Preview

High Castle: Show Preview

For those who take their punk without prefixes ("post," "pop," etc.), may we suggest Oakland's High Castle? This demonic power trio's debut LP, Spirit of the West, melds raw sonics and spastic adventurousness with deliciously obnoxious shouting from vocalist/guitarist Erin…
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