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Music, Sizzle & Fizzle Sizzle & Fizzle: Highs and Lows from the Last Week in S.F. Music

Sizzle & Fizzle: Highs and Lows from the Last Week in S.F. Music

Sizzle • Undercover SF gathered 10 local groups for a live reinterpretation of Radiohead's Kid A that proved a stunning success. The flamenco version of "How to Disappear Completely" and a hip-hop/chamber group take on "Idioteque" were the highlights of…
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Music, Pop Philosophy Back from -- and with -- the dead

Back from -- and with -- the dead

A resurrection, just in time for Halloween One thing isn't being mentioned in the recent hysteria over the "closing" of Kimo's: The club's still open. Tyler Sauer, the manager of the venue for the past five years, says he's reached…
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Music, Sophisticated Boom Boom

Sophisticated Boom Boom

Burlesque is back in a big way -- and we're not just talking bra size. The bawdy theatrical form, which disappeared after the advent of topless bars and porno flicks in the '60s, was originally considered high art (or at…
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News, Feature

Punks at War

It was January 1978, and the Winterland was packed, and the Sex Pistols had just played their last show anywhere, and it had ended with lead singer Johnny Rotten cackling these choice parting words: "Ever get the feeling you've been…
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Riff Raff

Give Me Royalties or Give Me Death Inc. Three of the four former members of the Dead Kennedys, the long-defunct San Francisco political punk band, announced last week that they intend to terminate their relationship with Alternative Tentacles Records (ATR).…
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