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At the Gate
By Matt Crawford (Jan 30, 2011)
With the official release of her debut LP, Charlatans At The Garden Gate, arriving February 1st, Tristen is poised for a potential breakout year. More
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Their Evil Ways
By David Johnson-Igra (Jan 24, 2011)
Deerhoof’s style of music might best be compared to a library of a genius professor whose shelves are completely disorganized, but contain vast breadth of knowledge is revealed. More
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Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, Released 1/18/11
By Kirsty Evans (Jan 20, 2011)
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars.

Social Distortion has always had a lot of blues and outlaw country threaded through its sound, but neither have played such a prominent role on an album. More
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Naked and Free
By David Johnson-Igra (Jan 12, 2011)
Getting naked on stage, surfing across the crowd, or climbing the stage structure are all ways of acting freely, but when Monotonix’s lead singer, Ami Shalev says he wants to be “free” it means more. More
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A Subtle Threat
By Matt Crawford (Jan 6, 2011)
After a brief set on one of the side stages at Outside Lands this past summer, the Budos Band brings its heavy instrumental "Staten Island soul" to The Independent. More
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A Fresh Start
By David Johnson-Igra (Dec 30, 2010)
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to go to more concerts, you are in luck. January has a wide range of great performances from hip hop, to indie rock, to funk, to experimental art. More
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The Music That Rocked Us
By SFS Staff (Dec 24, 2010)
Our reviewers share their picks for best releases of 2010: Toro Y Moi, Ariel Pink Haunted Graffiti, the Black Keys, Vampire Weekend, Woods, and more. More
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New Holiday Adventures
By Beth Grin (Dec 16, 2010)
While many music venues quiet down for the Christmas holiday, it’s a great week to get out and find new, out-of-the-ordinary adventures. More
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Ain't Illegal Yet
By David Johnson-Igra (Dec 10, 2010)
Del's intricate rhyme patterns and unusual vocal projection always make him standout. Catch him at Yoshi's with his band December 15th and 16th. More
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Dub Master Meets Dubstep
By noele lusano (Dec 3, 2010)
We review Scientist Launches Dubstep Into Outer Space, along with releases by Shackleton, Mount Kimbie, and more. More
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