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Music, BeatBox Underground in Chinatown

Underground in Chinatown

It's only fitting that Brooklyn producer Matt Shadetek will play in a dark Chinatown basement for the upcoming Night Kitchen party. As half of Team Shadetek, he's one of the dons of the underground — for American bass music, that…
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Music, C.L.A.W.S. for Alarm

C.L.A.W.S. for Alarm

Finding visual images to represent techno music is tricky. That's why the genre's record label logos favor sleek, vaguely futuristic text on monochromatic backgrounds. For his techno-leaning project C.L.A.W.S., San Francisco producer, DJ, and promoter Brian Hock chose a psychotic-eyed…
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Electro Lite

Luxxury Trying to cash in on the electro-rock scene (way too late), unintentionally aping all those bands that popped up in 1987, trying to cash in on the new wave scene (way too late). Live-show slides of naked people don't…
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Music, Reviewed Knifehandchop


Billy Pollard is a 22-year-old white kid from Toronto who lives with his parents and has been making beats on his computer as Knifehandchop for the past seven years. On his second album, Rockstopper, he's crafted a masterful collection of…
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Music, Shakin' That Smart Ass

Shakin' That Smart Ass

Jace Clayton put some hoodoo on my virtual whereabouts the other day. As I surfed the Web, I had one browser window open in the background to his Soot label's site, and another open to surf while I listened to…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Use of Corporate Radio

Wobbly's Wild Why CD (out on local label Tigerbeat6, should be required listening at the FCC. An absurdist state-of-the-airwaves address, the album celebrates the creative power of theft, even as it pokes fun at the soggy condition of corporate…
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Music, Cat Five

Cat Five

Recently, the British magazine The Face declared Oakland's Cat Five "the prime example of the Left Coast's laptop revolution," seemingly lumping the group in with the fractured techno of Sutekh and Safety Scissors and the kitschy glitches of Kid606 and…
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