It's Monday, January 21, and SF Sketchfest is in full swing. The Daily Show's John Oliver appears at Cobb's Friday, and John Vanderslice appears with The State's Michael Showalter tonight. Also, first person to comment on this post with a valid sfweekly.com account (register here) gets a free pair of tix to the show of his or her choice at Cafe Du Nord/Swedish American Music Hall. This is Your Monday Morning Hangover, I'm the web editor, David Downs.
First the video: Trailer from black comedy TEETH, which opens Friday, Jan. 25, in SF. Must-see TV, this is.
Second the audio: Download brand-new stuff from Oakland indie/garage rock band The Heavenly States' new track "The Race" from their March release Delayer. (Right click or control-click and save as.)
So, what happened this weekend? SF Weekly went out and DID WORK, but none of it is in. We will soon have:
-A concert review of Cornelius.
-A show review of Friday's live Dr. Katz and Sunday's Freaks and Geeks Q&A.
-A show review of the Sex and Art Workers Show at the Victoria Theater.
And this week, we rule your monitor with:
-Laser-Guided Awesome gathering life hacks for cheaper, easier, and more fun to use San Francisco.
And Every Monday:
SF Government InAction tells you what will happen this week at City Hall
The Lowbrow Art Sale curated by Josh from Creep Machine will help you max out that credit card on something other than PS3 games
And San Francisco blogs, so we cover it in a weekly feature called BetterKnowAnSFBlog.
Hot Comments on SF Weekly get some attention, and the SF Music Stream this week will include Liars and the Mr. T Experience.
Also this Wednesday: Rambo's Favorite Ways to Kill A Man.
We dissect the Most Popular on SFWeekly.com.
And this Friday:
We do the Friday Morning Pre-Party and learn of Christopher Hitchens' Next Ten Controversial Books, including "How The Missionary Position Ruins Everything."
Plus we'll be at:
Helluv more art shows, concerts, and bars, of course. Many bars. We're especially looking forward to CD reviews of the new Mars Volta and the new Xiu Xiu, plus some more art shows, a concert review of The Donnas, the live Kidz in the Hall reunion, and hopefully an interview with John Oliver. We'll see. Remember: Comment and win tickets.
(Your Monday Morning Hangover hits at 9-ish every Monday morning with a weekend review, plus a weekly news and culture outlook, because we feel sorry for you clowns — driving your clown cars to your clown offices where you do clown work and lunch on clown food.)