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Tagged with: Punk

Arts Forecast: Choose your own adventure in a city full of wonders

Lila Downs, Front Line Assembly, Kronos Quartet, Rob Reger, Chinese Pioneers, Punk in the 'Loin, more terrific doings this week

Live Shots: Spiritual Cramp, Advertisement, more amp up Thee Parkside

Punk sounds filled the Potrero Hill dive bar as bands (and audience) let loose.

Greta Snider’s experimental films pack a punk punch at the Roxie

16mm autoethnographies, found footage essays, materialist inventions, and recent projects focusing on human rights hit the screen

Under the Stars: Sounds from the Black history of now, Big Joanie to Pursuit Grooves

5 Black artists to support this and every month, including Oakland's beatmaker-rapper quiet storm Stanley Ipkuss.

Screen Grabs: ‘Simple Passion’ is French, explicit, and kind of meh

Plus: A ludicrous new Woody Allen movie, Poly Styrene's life gets x-rayed, Italian youth speak out

Halloween Meltdown host John Waters talks trash

In a wide-ranging Q&A, the People's Pervert dishes on punk, his San Francisco haunts, Patty Hearst, Johnny Depp, and modern-day censorship.

New Music: Pearl & the Oysters’ space-aged, red-wine bedroom pop

Woozy melodies, sun-kissed tropical, floating pastel shades... Wait, are we on 'shrooms?

Under the Stars: St. Vincent, Thao, Eris Drew, more musical highlights

A funky new release from KAAM and Andy Schauf's live show are among this week's releases and appearances.

Funkier than ‘Super Freak’: 6 enduring flashes of Rick James’ genius

A new doc explores the star's wild, conflicted life. Here are the songs that immortalize his talent

Under the Stars: La Doña shines, Kelly Lee Owens breaks through

Plus: A Mexican retro-synthpop compilation, 'Entroducing' at 25, more musical highlights