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Race Recap-La Luz 2016

Another one in the books. This wasn’t my best race but it wasn’t my worst.

There. Is that enough of a summation? No? Oh OK then. 648 more words


Weirdo Music

“Weirdo Shrine” La Luz

I’ve been tossing and turning thinking of how I could write about my love for “The Life Of Pablo” by Kanye (it’s coming soon) but I’ve been absolutely obsessed with this band and their album Weirdo Shrine. 309 more words


Tacocat - The Soda Bar, San Diego - July 20, 2016

With song titles like, “Men Explain Things to Me”, “FDP” (first day period) and “Hey Girl” (about dudes that cat-call), it’s clear that Tacocat, a 4-piece punk/pop/surf band from Seattle, are not writing songs for me (a 56-year-old man who still likes early… 318 more words

Indie Rock

Radio Muerte: Friday 15th July

La Luz

If an all-female band from Seattle listened to a steady diet of Belly, Cowboy Junkines, Jan & Dean and Dick Dale, they might sound something like this. 685 more words



Well it’s official. Racing season is here and in full swing.  I just signed up for the Deadman Peaks 50 Miler in October (again) and… 454 more words



Often referred to as Sub Pop’s “sister label,” Hardly Art is an offshoot of Sub Pop designed to spotlight emerging talent. While the label’s initial focus was local when it started up in 2007, it has since expanded its roster to welcome artists from all over the United States and abroad. 2,851 more words


SF Show of the Week // GO4FREE to A Club Called Rhonda feat. DJ Harvey at Mezzanine 7/1 (FRI)

Written by Brett Ruffenach //

A Club Called Rhonda feat. DJ Harvey //
Mezzanine – San Francisco
July 1st, 2016 //

Described by THUMP years ago as a “carnival or debauchery,” A Club Called Rhonda (ACCR) is a group who served as a key component in the revival of both disco and house music in Los Angeles’ nightlife scene. 281 more words

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