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Music, Gazing Upward

Gazing Upward

For Stratford 4 guitarist Jake Hosek, the point of making music is to break the 20-foot rule. "Anywhere you play, especially on the West Coast, there's the 20-foot between you and the crowd," he explains. Facing the cold sea…
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Calendar, Night&Day Fish Tales

Fish Tales

Taxidermy is an imperfect art, but its purpose is to render permanently lifelike that which is lifeless. Its practitioners spend weeks skinning, drying, and stuffing hunting trophies, dead pets, and fishermen's conquests so that these creatures can live forever. What…
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Calendar, Night&Day Brooklyn Prophet

Brooklyn Prophet

If hip hop's obsession with the unholy trinity of guns, loot, and hos has made millions for record companies and given many of its affluent consumers a voyeuristic look at a life they'll never know, this focus also highlights hip…
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Calendar, Night&Day Dial 510-Hip-Hop

Dial 510-Hip-Hop

SoCal's rap trio the Pharcyde might have intended its Cali Comm tour as a showcase for all Golden State hip hop, but for the show's final stop, at the Fillmore, Bay Area hip hoppers steal the spotlight. If much of…
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Music, Thrown  for a Loop

Thrown for a Loop

The members of 20 Minute Loop believe they play in the straightest band around. None of the five members has major vices -- unless you count Kelly Atkins' addiction to pre-concert Throat-Coat tea and experimental hairstyles or Nils Erickson's steady…
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Calendar, Night&Day Chaos Theory

Chaos Theory

Impatient fans of Sonic Youth or Stereolab who have long awaited successors to such indie experimentation can finally put their worries to rest. KaitO's music grafts itself onto such dissonant forebears while giving pop a futuristic makeover. In dense four-minute…
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Calendar, Night&Day There's a Griot  Goin' On

There's a Griot Goin' On

Africa's musical heart is buried somewhere in Mali, a nation of diverse cultures and home to world music heavyweights like Ali Farka Touré, Salif Keita, and Oumou Sangare. American music owes its own debts to the West African nation as…
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Calendar, Night&Day Baroque Redux

Baroque Redux

Dark, grotesque, and elaborately wrought, baroque art rippled through Latin America and became the dominant school during colonial and post-colonial times. But it evolved under the Latino influence. While its subject matter was frequently religious, many of its practitioners were…
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Music, Karsh Kale

Karsh Kale

The explosion of the '90s Asian underground inside British clubs revolutionized dance music far more than its innovators could have imagined. What was originally a way to recognize the South Asian Londoners' dual cultures and respond to racism in British…
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Calendar, Night&Day A.I.: Artistic Intelligence

A.I.: Artistic Intelligence

SFMOMA's digital art exhibition "010101" may offer an inkling of what high-profile artists will create given a wad of cash and the techie means, but New Langton Arts' "LifeLike" ups the ante. The exhibition brings together 10 visual artists to…
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Calendar, Night&Day Hook in Her Head

Hook in Her Head

Not one to mince words, Kristin Hersh lets life speak for itself -- brutally and honestly. She describes her songwriting process as a beast of which she's hardly the master, a force that comes -- sometimes unwillingly -- to wring…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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