On May 20th, 2019, Rhode Island based Latinx, queer, riot grrrl punk group the Downtown Boys took to the Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco. Here's KALX volunteer Kat's take on how their performance's theme of inclusivity and direct action created an empowering experience with effects that reverberated far beyond just that night.
Elie Katzenson interviewed MUTEK SF organizer Miro Wiesner about the complexities of putting together an interdisciplinary music festival and how San Francisco is entering a new era for cutting-edge arts and culture offerings.
Despite having all their belongings stolen out of their van last year after their show in San Francisco, British J-pop/twee band Kero Kero Bonito made their Bay Area return on Easter Sunday, April 21 to play a show at the Great American Music Hall after performing at two weekends of Coachella.
By Samy Long
On April 17th, 2019, KALX volunter Samantha made her way to the Great American Music Hall for a performance from Soccer Mommy, with opener Boy Scouts. Get the full scoop here on KALX Weblog.
By Samantha Long
Photo cred: Adrienne Lee
The night of April 9th, 2019 was no ordinary Tuesday: The Independent in San Francisco had an empowering night of radically honest indie acts Kitten, Girlpool, and opening highlight Hatchie.
By Stormy Phoenix
TEEN lights up the mood in San Francisco at Cafe Du Nord playing a sold out show with Australian band Methyl Ethel.
Written by Jisselle Fernandez and Elle Henriksen
Did you miss when DJ yan yan aired her interview with Stephen Malkmus on August 1st, 2018? Never fear, for Weblog is here with a transcript of their conversation, with topics ranging from horses to BART and everything in between.
Legendary cold wave band Trisomie 21 graced Oakland’s Uptown on March 14, 2019, as a part of their first North American tour. Volunteer Chandler is here to tell you all about it.