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Screw Year-End Lists, We’re Not Doing ‘Em Anymore


If you only read one list this year, don’t make it ours



Poetic Memory: Screaming Females (List)


The NJ band will play two San Diego shows on April 28



Poetic Memory: The Black Sands (List)


The Heavy Guilt’s Al Howard has a new band



Poetic Memory: Buzz Osborne (List)


The legendary Melvins frontman lists his top five John Huston movies



Poetic Memory: Spaceships (List)


The LA duo will play Bar Eleven on March 15



Surfing With the Stars


The new local band Subsurfer is set to unveil its debut album



Poetic Memory: Infantree (List)


The rootsy California band will play the Casbah on February 15.



Interview: No Age


We talk to No Age’s Randy Randall.



Owl and Bear’s Most Anticipated Albums of 2011


Will 2011 mark the return of the rock star?



Poetic Memory: Generationals (List)


Grant Widmer of Generationals took some time to send us a list of his influences.



Poetic Memory: The Old In Out (List)


The Old In Out’s Christopher James Carroll lets us pick his brain.



Poetic Memory: Anna Ternheim (List)


Anna Ternheim

Swedish-born singer/songwriter Anna Ternheim sat down with us to talk Poetic Memory.



Poetic Memory: Kissing Cousins (List)


Kissing Cousins

L.A.-based Kissing Cousins, an “all female sepulchral counter-pop” band led by Heather Bray Heywood, began with a few modest EPs. Since then, they’ve had a song featured on Nip/Tuck and recorded a full-length album, Pillar of Salt. Kissing Cousins recorded Pillar live to tape—a rarity in today’s mostly digital landscape—with the help of Richard Swift. […]



Poetic Memory: Erika Davies (List)


If you’ve never heard Erika Davies, then you’ve never heard Shakespeare the way it’s meant to be sung. Her jazzy melodies scoop and flutter above delicately strummed ukulele in irresistible and intoxicating fashion. Serving up a cocktail of jazz standards and charming originals, Davies delivers an enchanting performance, anchored by gorgeous vocals and Amelie-esque charm. […]