Eugene S. Robinson is a bad man. And to all of you (Run DMC fans or not), he’s not bad meaning bad but bad meaning good. While it would not
Howard Jones is a busy man. With a fortieth anniversary tour scheduled to start in the UK in October, as well as a book about concert memories compiled by his
Photography by Geoffrey Smith III Note: This interview was conducted before the release of the album Desire Pathway Tyler King: First of all, I want to say thank you all
Ever since 2016, Angelo Bundini (known in the industry as Scrote) has been coordinating and performing in the monumental Celebrating David Bowie tour. Featuring a revolving line of musical collaborators
For fans of synth pop, and any kind of electronic music, the name Gary Numan needs no introduction. Bursting onto the music scene in the late 1970s backed with song
I've been a fan of The Soft Moon, the darkwave-infused post-punk solo project of Luis Vasquez, for about half a dozen years now. I first saw them on tour in
Filmmakers Rebecca and Josh Tickell, along with music royalty, Julian Lennon, have worked tirelessly to produce the film, Kiss the Ground, an important documentary coming to Netflix on September 22nd.
Not in any of our lifetimes have we experienced receiving new music releases during a global pandemic. We are accustomed to the write, release, tour, repeat cycle in modern music.
The current state of our world has opened our eyes, shifted priorities, compelled us to action and leveled society's playing field. Recent events call upon all of us to, both,
It’s been roughly thirty-seven years since Death Angel unleashed their ultra-violent sound bound together by their love for metal and family ties. This pack of wolves has weathered many storms
Ziek McCarter is the lead vocalist for Con Brio. Since arriving in the Bay Area from Texas almost nine years ago, he has gained a reputation as a frontman who
SF Sonic had the opportunity to catch up with Oakland punk band American Steel at their Slim’s show while on tour with Hot Water Music. After nearly a decade gap,
This interview originally ran in 2017. The Edwardian Ball is coming in January, as it does in San Francisco every year, for two nights of exhibitions, music and acrobatic performances,
Bill Laswell, producer, musician and record label manager, has been at the center and outer fringes of shaping contemporary American music over the last three decades. His penchant for taking