One of the local experimental community's most anticipated annual events teemed with sound and motion on Sunday.
Oakland's soul food and blues destination prepares to shutter this summer.
Zachary James Watkins and Marshall Trammell unlearned their instruments and investigated their history.
On Friday, photographers Martin Sorrondeguy and Don Pyle presented images that spoke to the latent homosexual content in punk and hardcore.
Local field recordists document and sample the sounds of rebellion.
Michael Stewart Foley's new book points to Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables as emblematic of the nation's most political early punk scene.
Why Jacqueline Gordon and Zackery Belanger collected the acoustic fingerprint of the Berkeley Art Museum's former digs.
The Oakland quartet blends the personal and political on their debut LP — using infectious pop melodies to grapple with ecological crises.
The former Girls frontman's last two solo albums play with modern misgivings about songwriters who claim they're the real deal.
The cloud rap originators reemerge with their second album, 808s and Dark Grapes III, but fame is only secondary to their love for their crew.
Wherein our music editor determines whether new local releases slay or dismay.
Guitarist Anthony Anzaldo reflects on the trials precipitating Ceremony's fifth album, The L-Shaped Man.
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The FAA is burdening Bay Area communities and wildlife habitats with aerial freeways for jet planes. And even the National Park Service can't stop the noise.
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