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Q&A: Terry Malts Singer Phil Benson on ‘Chainsaw Pop’ and Life at the Knockout

Q&A: Terry Malts Singer Phil Benson on ‘Chainsaw Pop’ and Life at the Knockout

Bay Area “chainsaw pop” trio Terry Malts are living in the moment. Years ago, the members of the band ditched a more contrived approach to their music, instead mixing morose vocals, poppy power chord progressions and undiluted energy to make their own signature brand of…

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Tamale Lady Partners with Uber as Dreams for Brick-and-Mortar Location Continue

Tamale Lady Partners with Uber as Dreams for Brick-and-Mortar Location Continue

After Virginia Ramos (San Francisco’s famed Tamale Lady) was booted from selling her tamales in the Mission District due to a violation of city health codes earlier this year, she started a crowd-funding campaign for a brick-and-mortar space.

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On the Road and at Home with Thee Oh Sees

On the Road and at Home with Thee Oh Sees

San Francisco psych-garage band Thee Oh Sees have helped cultivate the low-fi rebellion that has crept from our basements and warehouses and into stadiums and network television.

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