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Tagged with: Punk

Live Shots: Alkaline Trio brought three decades of punk energy to Masonic

The Chicago outfit left no "Stupid Kid" behind as they whipped an adoring crowd into a frenzy.

Sleater-Kinney: ‘We needed to stand up to the moment we were facing’

Latest LP 'Little Rope' tackles personal tragedy, gun violence, climate change, abortion fight using 'melody as hope.'

Seattle’s storied KEXP tunes in to the Bay: here’s what to expect

Radio station's chief programming officer shares what's on their dial.

Dry Cleaning: ‘It’s unusual how democratically we write our songs’

The lauded band on their singular post-punk sound, Duran Duran's buoying advice, and driverless cars in the TL.

Noise Pop report: Seablite grabbed center stage at the Chapel with hypnogogic glee

Full of psychedelic alt-'90s energy, the locals perfectly complemented headliner Laetitia Sadier and Broun Fellinis' sax.

Ann Annie scales modular marvels to chamber music heights

Eli Goldberg's project, named for a Himalayan peak, expands from electronic landscapes to acoustic collaboration

Rocketship of revelry: 5 records that influenced Thee Sinseers

Bandleader Joey Quiñones gives a lesson on rocksteady readiness on Noise Pop eve, from The Paragons to Operation Ivy.

Good Taste: Falling in love with LA’s food scene

An all-pink taqueria, a punk cafe in a vintage arcade, a restaurant in a dispensary and more spots that spark joy.

Punk roots meet Black Panthers at retooled Studio Fallout in North Beach

Gallery connects countercultures with a display of radical artwork by BPP's Malik Edwards and Katherine Campbell.

B-52s, Kelela, Burning Spear—the secret to this year’s local music fests is curatorial alchemy

Mixing it all up magically at Mosswood Meltdown, Sol Blume, and California Roots.