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Friday, January 21, 2022

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1970s NoLa blues-funk history shimmers on ‘Another Side’

A previously unreleased album from trailblazing guitarist Leo Nocentelli illustrates a momentous time in musical evolution.

Symphony meets sci-fi—AI and all—in ‘Ligeti: Paradigms’

SF Symphony's new streaming production combines digital wizardry and robotics with otherworldly hymns.

Noise Pop announces more artists, still aims to go ahead

Rituals of Mine, Kamaal Williams, Chime School, more added to February festival lineup.

For MLK Day, celebrate excellence that has recently passed

The traditional march and music fest are postponed, but you can still spend a Day of Service and honor great artists.

‘Tokyo Glow’ shines up the funkier side of ’80s Japanese City Pop

DJ Notoya-curated compilation showcases a legacy of profound affection for groovy US sounds.

Sunny sounds to ease your S.A.D. (seasonal affective disorder)

Tracks to queue when feeling blue, from Pete Rock, foamboy, Kano, Portishead, and more

Live Shots: Colombian charmers Monsieur Periné welcome 2022

The playful ensemble lit up SFJAZZ for New Year's, with jazzy cumbia and salsa that harked back to 1930s cabarets

More than Hyphy: How Traxamillion gave us a timeless soundtrack

The late producer helped build a movement, but he also did something incredibly rare—rep Silicon Valley's rap scene.

Under the Stars: Can’t stop the music with Pamela Z, The Residents, Sis, more

A look back at a tumultuous year—and ahead to some great releases, plus a book from Bay legends.

RIP Bay genius producer Traxamillion — read our profile from 2006

The hyphy beats architect passed away on Sunday. Here's the Bay Guardian's GOLDIES Music Award profile, honoring his brilliance.

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