Interviews

  1. City Limits Records

    I’m pretty proud of the music scene in my adopted home by the Bay.  Indeed, San Francisco has consistently maintained a seemingly endless pool of talented young musicians making some of the best, forward-thinking music of their time; we have great studios where bands can record their masterpieces; we have great venues for watching bands Continue…

  2. Wired Fat Tuesday Podcast / Generationals – Actor-Caster

    Happy Fat Tuesday!  Yup, in case you live somewhere that doesn’t really celebrate Carnival season, be aware, it is Mardi Gras time! To be honest, it would be easy to miss the holiday in San Francisco where folks seem more interested in prepping for St. Patrick’s Day than feasting on fatty foods and drink.  Nonetheless, Continue…

  3. Turntable Kitchen :: The Top Albums Of 2010

    2010 was a great year for new music.  Exciting new bands and artists popped up by the boat load all over the Internet, and I previously documented many of those new bands on Turntable Kitchen’s Top EPs of 2010 and Top 7 Vinyl Releases of 2010.  And while my favorite EPs and 7″ singles were primarily Continue…

  4. Turntable Kitchen :: The Top EPs of 2010

    As a matter of personal opinion, I think year-end lists should distinguish between LPs and EPs.  After all, EPs are treated differently by pretty much everyone: artists, consumers and critics.  Indeed, most EPs offer very different experiences from full length records.  Musicians, for example, have historically chose to use EPs as a way to release Continue…

  5. Turntable Kitchen :: The Top 7″ Vinyl Releases of 2010

    As you are aware, there is a non-negotiable clause in every music-blogger’s blogging contract that requires us to prepare our yearly “Best of” lists around this time of year.  Nonetheless, there is no requirement that we create three separate year-end lists, and yet that is exactly what I plan to do.  Call me an “over-achiever” Continue…

  6. Musical Pairings’ Best of 2010 (so far)

    Twenty-ten has proven to be a pretty fantastic year for music so far, and with half of the year already behind us, I decided it was time to put together my list of the best of 2010 so far.  Let me know what I missed, what I overrated, what I underrated, or what I got Continue…

  7. Musical Pairings Guide to Noise Pop 2010

    Noise Pop 2010 is here, and looks like it will be another amazing festival. As usual, most of the San Francisco’s best venues will be hosting sold-out and nearly sold-out concerts, films, and art shows based around some of the best established and up-and-coming artists in underground rock and pop throughout the coming week. What Continue…

  8. R.I.P. Jimmy Lee Lindsey (a.k.a. Jay Reatard)

    From Matador Records:“We are devastated by the death of Jimmy Lee Lindsey Jr., aka Jay Reatard. Jay was as full of life as anyone we’ve ever met, and responsible for so many memorable moments as a person and artist. We’re honored to have known and worked with him, and we will miss him terribly.” Like Continue…

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