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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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Tagged with: Punk

Out of the Crate: Oakland punk on orange cassette, more tasty scores

Taped-up Neutrals, plus new vinyl coming from Sonny & the Sunsets and Sharon Jones, can't-miss Country Funk, more

La Moni Stat comes home for SF edition of her Asian drag monthly SENSAZN

On this beloved shady queen's stage, AAPI representation is key.

Screen Grabs: ‘Zola’ takes a wild ride from tweets to theaters

Plus: New docs 'A Crime in the Bayou,' 'Truman and Tennesee,' and 'Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over'

New Music: Just-dropped tracks, from in and out of the ‘rock’ box

Helado Negro rides rhythmic alchemy, Ah-Mer-Ah-Su births feel-good alt-pop, and Andrew Rinehart re-works Arthur Russell

Under the Stars: New releases—plus Herbie Hancock’s last concert twirl (?)

Find out how to see the legend live, and revel in new tracks from Kiefer, SanJo's Voluntary Hazing, more

Juneteenth sings: 5 new releases to help you hear the melody

Oakland artist Stoney Creation gives self preservation sounds, while Bandcamp doubles up on ways to give back.

Party Radar: Now with actual parties (and vax cards?)

Even the goth clubs are rising from the nightlife apocalypse—but things are still in flux, so keep your head.

Star-packed David Bowie tribute album is a thought-provoking ride

'Modern Love' is an homage to the oftentimes surprising connections between the Thin White Duke and Black music.

Stern Grove’s just-released lineup shines (but you’ll have to be on the ball)

A San Francisco tradition, a brilliant spectrum of artists—and it's still all free, though you'll need a reservation.

A 30th anniversary reflection on the epic pivot of ‘De La Soul Is Dead’

In 1991, the "hippies of hip-hop" killed off their daisies to write themselves an entirely new trajectory.