Matt Crawford

SF Station Writer

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Released on 4AD, 8/10/10
By Matt Crawford (Jul 19, 2010)
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars. If you are looking for another summer album about babes, the beach and surfing, the latest release by Oxford’s Stornoway may disappoint. More »
From Oakland to SF
By Matt Crawford (Jul 19, 2010)
Boots Riley, the political rapper from Oakland who fronts The Coup and Street Sweeper Social Club, shares his favorite hangouts. More »
One Bad Motherf*cker
By Matt Crawford (Jul 12, 2010)
After more than 35 years, the Rev. Al Green is one of the few great R&B singers from the 70s still performing today. More »
The Best of 2010, So Far
By Matt Crawford (Jun 09, 2010)
The first half of 2010 went quick, but it wasn’t without at least a few noteworthy releases. More »
Sailing the Seas... Again
By Matt Crawford (Jun 07, 2010)
Right when the world needs it most, Primus is back. With an 11-year gap since its last album, and four years since its last tour, the band is ripe for a second coming. More »
Q&A With Heidi Gibson
By Matt Crawford (May 25, 2010)
South Park has been abuzz lately with the recent opening of the American Grilled Cheese Kitchen. More »
Galleries, Theater, and More
By Matt Crawford (May 23, 2010)
Whether you are interested in absorbing innovative art by local artists or flying high with Tinker Bell, this month has plenty to offer. More »
A New Revolution
By Matt Crawford (Apr 14, 2010)
Ten years after the release of the hip hop classic [b]Train of Thought[/b], Hi Tek and Talib Kweli are back as Reflection Eternal with [b]Revolutions Per Minute[/b]. More »
‘Frisco All Day
By Matt Crawford (Mar 04, 2010)
Fresh after the March release of his new album, [b]The Day the Turf Stood Still[/b], Fillmore rapper DaVinci checked in with SF Station to give us the dirt on his favorite neighborhood spots. More »
Napoleon Dynamite!
By Matt Crawford (Feb 26, 2010)
With regular gigs in Los Angeles and other regional locales, San Francisco’s The Hundred Days are cultivating a following with indie rock songs made for the dance floor. More »
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