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How Todd Haynes captured The Velvet Underground’s transgressive impact

New doc's director speaks about the personal and cultural shockwave of the seminal '60s band.

Bring the noise: Fall’s best albums, part one

Autumn sweet spot: Our list of phenomenal recent releases, from DijahSB, Damu the Fudgemunk, Alicia Walter, and more.

Madame X-ed: A second listen to early Madonna

As her new concert movie streams, harking back to when young Madge was the sound of the NYC streets.

Under the Stars: Ready for a show? Björk, Dehd, One Found Sounds announce local gigs

Plus new releases for days, like the keytar majesty of London's Los Bitchos and their latest single "Las Panteras."

Under the Stars: Kadhja Bonet surprises with first, feathery single since 2018

Plus: The Umbrellas go on tour, Gangster Doodles' all-star hip-hop lineup—plus tidings of new music drops and local gigs

In Beryl Landau’s paintings, a bird’s-eye view of SF’s changing cityscape

“I am especially interested in the juxtaposition of technology against nature and the constant changes within an urban environment.”

Under the Stars: Fugees return, SFJAZZ reopens, Balboa Theatre goes live

Plus: A groovy set of dub remixes, singer Razteria's electronic turn, Remi Wolf, and a NYE party dance fans should jump on.

Arts Forecast: Folsom MEGAHOOD Fair plays safely naughty, Litquake erupts in verbiage

Plus: Whiskies of the World, The Bad Plus, Public Works' 10-Year, "Bacchae Before," more upcoming events.

Good Taste: Return of the DJ brunch

Voodoo Love brings the beat back and the Bay’s first Black-owned delivery app launches.

A car-free JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park is finally close to reality

But there are some complicated equity issues that will require a lot more discussion.