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Music, Film School

Film School

Listening to an album for the first time can be like "hanging out" with someone new. You don't know whether an evening will end in a kiss or whether it's just a trip to the movies. Film School's debut LP,…
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Music, Screw You

Screw You

There was a time when local indie rock band Fuck was, if not the flavor of the month, at least a well-hyped spice. Around June 1997, when the quartet released its third record, Pardon My French, on largish indie label…
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Music, Pop Philosophy

Pop Philosophy

Before beginning his set on Friday night, New Zealand singer Chris Knox stood at the lip of the Bottom of the Hill stage and gestured toward a giant ChangeMusic San Francisco banner behind him. "That's pretty ironic," he said, "considering…
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Riff Raff

Stick It to the Man The world keeps getting better for the band whose name cannot be spoken. Last week, bicoastal slo-fiers Fuck watched the ink dry on a four-album deal with Matador Records. The label will release the band's…
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The Accidental Onanist Behold pandering-as-marketing for classical music (or vice versa): Classical Erotica II. Wow -- old "erotic" symphonic material (including that Lutheran pulse-pounder Johann Sebastian Bach's Air on a G String) repackaged with pictures of Playboy-physiqued pairs of women,…
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By Any Other Name

Nothing about Fuck makes sense. It's not just the band's name, but that's an obvious place to start. While the four-letter expletive conjures death metal or angry punk rock, no associations could be less accurate. Swapping instruments and vocal duties…
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