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Music, Reviewed Numbers


Once the darlings of the arty dance-rock set, the Bay Area's Numbers thunder into brave new territory on their latest disc, Now You Are This. Although the band is still groovy as hell, their new album is heavy with Jesus…
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Music, OK Then Feeding Back

Feeding Back

I've heard a lot of complaints these past few months that the San Francisco music scene is dying. Citing factors such as a lack of venues and practice spaces, shrinking audience support, and rampant fragmentation and decentralization where there once…
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Music, Hear This Hear This

Hear This

San Francisco's Numbers seems like a pretty unlikely candidate for a remix album. The trio -- drummer and main vocalist Indra Dunis, guitarist Dave Broekema, and keyboardist Eric Landmark -- plays the kind of raw, stop-and-start noise-rock that's anathema to…
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Music, House of Tudor House Of Tudor

House Of Tudor

Numbers' full-length debut opens with "I'm Shy," an essential song of exorcism for lead singer/drummer Indra Dunis, and for any girl habitually accused of being uninterested, stuck up, or dreary. "I'm shy!" she stridently declares over the atonal hum of…
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