Experience the margins of sound at the fifteenth annual fest.
Oakland noise trio Styrofoam Sanchez imagines a grim future with today's waste.
Greil Marcus Rejects the Rock Canon in His New Book, 'The History of Rock 'n' Roll in Ten Songs'
The much-loved fixture of the Berkeley music scene hopes to inspire a new arts district in Oakland.
Hammered dulcimer black metal meets romantic reverence for the natural world in Otrebor's conceptual project, Botanist.
Plus, how a new model allows brick-and-mortar music stores to thrive in a beleaguered industry.
The Twisted Music and Career of Chrome's Helios Creed, Psychedelic Devotee
Hip Hop For Change is creating a grassroots movement to promote socially conscious hip-hop artists.
The Coup's Boots Riley discusses Shadowbox, the evolution of his creative platform, and alienating NPR.
Veteran Bay Area producer Jeff Saltzman and two Oakland promoters are creating a compilation album designed to elevate twelve indie groups — and the East Bay music scene they represent.
Crass antics, charisma, and twerking at the seventh annual Outside Lands Music Festival.
Skygreen Leopards grapples with its mythical version of California — and each other.
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For more than a century, the University of California has maintained extensive ties to the fossil fuel industry. A coalition of students, alumni, and climate scientists is trying to sever those bonds.
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