Let 2013 all hang out at these musical blasts
THE YEAR IN MUSIC: Teen girls (and fierce young women) rocked the world in 2013
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band rolls into town. Plus: Happy Diving, the Weirdos, more music
BOOKS ISSUE: Morrissey's long and juicy story, D.H. Peligro's 'Dreadnaught,' and more musical books (and live music, too)
La Luz, Six Week Records, Crashfaster, and more
French Cassettes unspool sunny tales of "Gold Youth." Plus: Danish Renaissance woman Oh Land and new books by East Bay punk goofballs Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children MacNuggits
The Julie Ruin's Kathleen Hanna on finding strength through music
Alexis Blair Penney celebrates the release of debut album 'Window,' and mourns a personal loss
Paige & the Thousand stands out, Icky Boyfriends rise up, and more
Rye Rye plays the "After Party," a debut from WOOF, plus Al Lover, Lightning Dust, and more
MUSIC: Jello Biafra on the 'Dot Com Holocaust' and 'White People and the Damage Done.' Plus, new band Yassou Benedict delivers shoegaze dreampop.
Live shots from Burger Boogaloo, plus new Terry Malts, and deep sea nightlife
A breezy chat with newish SF garage rockers Cool Ghouls, playing Phono Del Sol this weekend
Austra and Magic Mouth both make it to SF in time for Pride week, plus a band vs band chili cook-off at Bender's
This weekend's music: Triple release party for Battlehooch and friends, lady drummers for Tom Tom Mag benefit, more
MUSIC: Trails and Ways hit the road, Sonny and the Sunsets get personal, Aussie supergroup Total Control arrives in the Bay
New albums from locals: the Mantles, Rogue Wave, Shannon and the Clams. Plus, what's with this America's Cup Concert Series?
An unyielding devotion to surf rock lives on, despite niggling concerns. Plus, soul duo Myron and E, and Lighting Bolt solo project Black Pus.
For Bleached, LA is the city of sisterly love. Plus Stero Total, Mariee Sioux, Mike Patton, more
Phil Manley's Life Coach, Anna Hillburg's solo album, King Khan and BBQ Show return
Record shop timeline: Youngster store Stranded hosts a reading, 1-2-3-4 Go! celebrate five years
Seattle's Pony Time just wants to have fun -- LA punks the Bronx, and Dallas gospel-funk act the Relatives will melt faces. Plus: Rank/Xerox at El Rio!
The Residents talk eyeball masks, $100,000 box sets, and their 40 anniversary tour. Meanwhile, Beak> gets weird(er)