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Tagged with: Music

Opinion: Are we losing the Castro Theatre?

New management Another Planet Entertainment wants to "explode" the neighborhood with music and entertainment. But what about good old films and LGBTQ events?

Party Radar: I don’t even know what to tell you anymore, lol

The mayor says we need to 'learn to live with this virus.' Uhh, little help?

As Omicron surged, local arts venues were left to fend for themselves

Why did organizations have to make their own decision to close or stay open, with no specific guidance from the city?

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

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.

Legendary DJ Mark Farina swings in for New Year’s, plus sparkling at-home options

House Music Royalty lights up Public Works—we catch up with the groove master, and cover you in-house, too.

20 best albums of 2021: ‘A weirdly liminal year for music’

Floating mountains, urgent Urdu, quotidian ambient, fakeout psychobilly, and a synth-drone take on Sun Ra top our charts—Lana Del Rey, too.

Arts Forecast: MoAD reopens with ravishing new shows

Plus: Soundbox returns, Bauhaus typography, Charlie Brown Christmas Tribute, Jackie Beat, more.

Review: ESG blasts forever into funky outer space at GAMH

The Brooklyn post-punk funk legends brought SF together with their classic sound, the basis of countless jams.

Noise Pop round two announced—and there’s some real goodies

Arooj Aftab, Irreversible Entanglements, Lara Sarkissian, and tons of local talent on tap for annual music fest.