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Re: “Queen Crescent Talks Intersectional Feminism and Writing a Concept Album on Shrooms

Majic Moonjynuh rocks. And for better or worse, they sound way more like Black Sabbath than King Crimson. The concept album will be amazing.

Posted by Vince Rubino on 03/24/2016 at 6:56 AM

Re: “Azure Invites Us to Fall in Love with Our Idiosyncrasies

Love this album. Thanks for reviewing. Been in my steady rotation since this article.

Posted by Anthony Moore on 03/21/2016 at 5:24 PM

Re: “Meet Oakland's Hottest R&Bass Artists

You should have a sound bite so we know what you sound like????????

Posted by Kent Brooks on 03/17/2016 at 4:18 PM

Re: “Justin Bieber

As always, thank you for the great reviews

Posted by Eki Abrams on 03/16/2016 at 12:58 PM

Re: “Kamaiyah Makes Rap for the 99 Percent

I love you little cousin i told u from jump i have faith in u and your lyrically gifted... Let's do it for rell... While he lookin down smiling at you proudlyπŸ˜„πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

Posted by Brittney Freeman on 03/09/2016 at 1:45 AM

Re: “Dookie: A Benefit for 924 Gilman Day Party

Ummmm....while I appreciate that this is a fundraiser for 924 Gilman...the Dookie tribute was on Friday, 2/19 at The Fox and EBX declined covering it.

Posted by Lyz Luke on 02/24/2016 at 11:18 PM

Re: “The Avett Brothers

I sure am!!! I love you http://www.theavettbrothersconcerttickets.com/ and have been waiting since you came to the Pasadena Rodeo!!! Soooo ready!!

Posted by Christina Ben on 02/19/2016 at 6:11 AM

Re: “Remembering Heiko Schrepel, Quintessential Punk

Heiko skating with us in Huntsville Alabama in 1989
http://youtu.be/0Ut3m0QxhO8

Posted by Steve John Campbell on 02/15/2016 at 7:05 PM

Re: “ASCAP Targets Farmers' Markets and House Venues

I've been a performing musician for over 48 years. This is greed plain and simple. With all due respect to clubs and venues I've played, we don't make enough to haul all the gear in the building let alone play. The big joke is we get paid for moving the equipment. Hell the insurance companies that strong arm these bars and lounges for the hundreds of thousands in Liquor liability insurance every year, keeps them from even THINKING of being able to pay us for what we're really worth. Let's go after them first.
Hell, there are fewer and fewer places to play. These old performers who's music would be a memory and the requests to have them on comeback tours wouldn't even exist if it weren't for those of us keeping their songs alive in these small clubs. and venues. Yeah we're making a lot of money off THEIR music. Could someone point me in the direction of all that dough? cause I ain't seen it in years. Musician's in the Northeast haven't seen an increase of any kind since 1982. and it was only 25 bucks hasn't changed since then. My sound and lighting system cost more than I make in 10 years. we do it for the love of the music not the money. Or we'd all be dead of starvation. My bill is for moving the gear in and out of a venue. the playing part is free.

Posted by Robert Hinsman on 02/11/2016 at 9:41 AM

Re: “Welcome to the Shmoplife

Love the article really described $chmop life to a T

Posted by Erika Rosca on 02/09/2016 at 3:16 PM

Re: “ASCAP Targets Farmers' Markets and House Venues

There is nothing to stop an artist from performing his or her own original music. However, there aren't that many artist out there, whom could perform an hour of origanal songs. A good alternative, may be to play instrumentals, and jam around the melody of a well know song. Since it would be your own interpretation of the song, you would not violate copyright laws. Anyway, who's going to be there to police such events? Even if someone was there, and reported it, are they really going to take you to court and try to get some money out of you? I think not.

Posted by Jim Marshall on 02/03/2016 at 1:06 PM

Re: “Longtime Residents Fight to Bring the Blues Back to West Oakland

I remember as a kid hearing my mom talking about her niece spending way too much time at a club called House of Joy. Didn't mean much to me then, until I later found out West Oakland once thrived as a great music scene. Kudos we have a few soldiers fighting to preserve part of Oakland's great musical legacy!

Posted by Gary Hall on 02/02/2016 at 1:23 AM

Re: “Maya Songbird Writes Music for the Wild and Weird

PREORDER THE "QUEEN OF DARKNESS" EP AT RATSKIN RECORDS BANDCAMP PAGE

Posted by Michael Daddona on 01/20/2016 at 12:10 PM

Re: “Maya Songbird Writes Music for the Wild and Weird

preorder up now for Cassette/CD/Digital! https://ratskinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/maya-songbird-queen-of-darkness-ep

Posted by Michael Daddona on 01/20/2016 at 12:09 PM

Re: “Twenty-Five-Year Record Store Feud Spins Again: Rasputin's Rubble on Telegraph and Haste

I was hired by Ken in 77 to work at the Rasputins (little store) where Blondies ended up. But instead, Ken had me working his T shirt shop at Ashby and Claremont. Then he sent me with the Rasputins van to parking lots in Walnut Creek to buy records from the suburban kids. I guess I was a success because soon myself and my friend Saul were working at the small store on Telegraph, Ken would appear like a ghost and have me do strange jobs like security and washing windows. He really wasn't the worst boss I ever had, but he had a whole lot of people stopping in looking for him because they were owed money. Fortunately in 78 I moved to Rather Ripped Records, best record store job I ever had.

Posted by Marc Time on 01/14/2016 at 3:43 PM

Re: “Young Gully's Redemption Rap

Listened to both of these. Truly some original music, Gully has a real talent, and great to see someone doing something different in the rap game. Looking forward to the third!

Posted by Eli Barry on 12/23/2015 at 1:23 PM

Re: “Tropic Green Tunes in to the Moon

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Posted by Editor on 12/17/2015 at 4:28 AM

Re: “Tropic Green Tunes in to the Moon

great article!

Posted by Maya Ivy on 12/16/2015 at 3:02 PM

Re: “Communing with the Based God

Janis - I'm just going to point out that lil b himself clarifies that his negative and misogynistic lyrics are neither satire nor parody in the following paragraphs. I think that Nastia's line of questioning and reasoning with B himself actually clarifies and illuminates this glaring contrast for perhaps the first time and I've read a lot of lil b thinkpieces. Thanks for this thoughtful interview!

Posted by Lester Smiley on 12/11/2015 at 11:45 AM

Re: “Communing with the Based God

"On one hand, there are tracks like "All Women" from his mixtape Rain in England, on which he celebrates women of all ages, ethnicities, shapes, and sizes, rhyming, Have you appreciated a woman's knowledge?/Pay attention to her comments. But then there are farcically offensive lyrics on songs such as "Swag My Bitch Up" β€” on which Lil B says I respect women/And I respect all people/But I don't love hoes/They suck dick and they're evil β€” or "Murder Rate," where he raps If you don't twerk we gon' up the murder rate.

As a listener, it's sometimes difficult to mediate these mixed messages or decide when to take Lil B seriously. So is he playing different characters?"

It's called satire&parody, u dip

Posted by Jānis Mārtiņs Ladigs on 12/09/2015 at 1:25 AM

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