Music Review | Apr 22, 2013
April unleashed a healthy amount of new releases into the indie music realm. Check out new music from The Knife, Thee Oh Sees, Tumbleweed Wanderers, Flaming Lips, James Blake, and more. By Amanda Roscoe Mayo
The Bay Bridged | Apr 21, 2013
Listen to The Bay Bridged podcast of "truly great" remixes of or by Bay Area artists.
Music | Apr 17, 2013
The group, which performs Friday, April 19, 2013 in San Francisco, uses electronic beats to push the boundaries of an ancient art form. By Jonathan Curiel
Noise Pop | Apr 11, 2012
Listen to the Noise Pop mix of the 10 best April tunes, featuring Chvrches, Har Mar Superstar, Danny Brown, Majical Cloudz, and more.
Music Review | Apr 10, 2013
Jessie Ware turns personal lyrics into gusty croons, explosive singles, and emotive electronica in her debut album Devotion. By Amanda Roscoe Mayo
The Bay Bridged | Apr 04, 2013
Listen to The Bay Bridged mix of bands playing the Bay Area this month, including: Beach Fossils, Life Coach, Marnie Stern, Vacationer, Sonny Smith, Shannon and the Clams, and more.
Music Review | Mar 28, 2013
New York City band Spirit Animal takes San Francisco by storm for the first time ever on Friday. Dances will be taught and whammal unleashed. By Amanda Roscoe Mayo
Noise Pop | Mar 27, 2013
Listen to the Noise Pop mix of music from the influx of bands playing San Francisco before they descend on Coachella. Featuring Vampire Weekend, Modest Mouse, Yeasayer, Bat for Lashes, Japandroids, and more.
The Bay Bridged | Mar 24, 2013
Listen to The Bay Bridged's recap of the best rock, punk, psych, and electronic pop from South by Southwest 2013. Featuring Parquet Courts, Teen, Blue Hawaii, Slow Magic, and PAWS.
Music | Mar 21, 2013
The Seattle-based band just released their first full-length album, finished up at SXSW, and headed west to bring their melodic hooks, rich talent, and energetic emotion to the Bay Area. By Amanda Roscoe Mayo
The aggressively modern ballet premiered in Paris in 1913, and provoked a response just as striking as the music and dance.
Browne and her band, The Bangin' Rackettes, are a flamboyant retro ensemble from Australia. The group's new album is called Baby Caught the Bus.
Watch the energetic conductor take flight conducting the London Symphony Orchestra in Stravinsky's iconic score. A recently released DVD of a 1966 performance includes an interview with Bernstein, in which he says the famously brutal music "makes a marvelous kind of savage sound."
Josh Homme presides over a dense, textured, unpredictable sound that's equal parts mystery, intensity, beauty and bluster. QOTSA performed ...Like Clockwork in its entirety, plus an assortment of older material, in a sold-out show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
KQED Science Site Relaunches
All of KQED's science and environment content is now aggregated in one place on KQED.org. Find everything from Astronomy to Zebras!
Enter the New "ImageMakers" Screening Room
Enjoy films from present and past seasons of KQED's short independent film series, divided into Animation, Comedy, Drama, and Suspense.