Lawless

Some big releases (Mumford, Coldplay, Chvrches) were not included--and with another hour, they probably would have been--but tasked with needing to come up with thirteen favorites of the year's worth of shows, I decided on these (and hear the show, below the list): New Order “...
Ah, yes - it's that time of year! When we look back on 2015 and decide what was best, what was worst, and what the F were we thinking... Check out some of my faves from ’15, below. From “core artists” (Florence, Lorde) to newcomers (Courtney Barnett); songs that said “summer” (...
Big thanks to Andy Langer for tipping us to the existence of this motherlode of unpredictable mid-90s radio treasure, courtesy of Butthole Surfer and distinguished 101X alum Gibby Haynes, with sidekick Robbie Jacks. Even realtor-to-the-stars (and original 101X-er) Eileen Gill...
That's Elastica, above--their "Never Here" is among a list of more of your flashback faves and mine--also including Alice In Chains & Wu-Tang music, and a sweet Christmas ditty (that may not qualify as Flashback, but don't get all dogmatic on me!). Enjoy! Flashback Lunch...
For a preview of what we'll see tomorrow night at Emo's, check out Chvrches' performance from Corden last night. "Clearest Blue" looks to be the next US single for the Scottish trio, who headlines our annual Indie Xmas event this week. We can't wait!
Saturday's night's wind took us out of commission Sunday morning, so here's an exclusive listen to the show that you missed! This one includes the return of Sunset Sons, and the longer-awaited return of Scotland's excellent Travis. Hear it all--for the first time--below the list...
New Year's weekend, 1990, saw Green Day enter the studio to record their first record, 39/Smooth . The record was delivered in April, and a few weeks later, someone at Pinole Valley High thumbs-upped a live performance by the band outside the school. Band buddy Mickey Estes...
X-mas cheer from The Waitresses is included in this one; also, a Bowie-included duet that isn't the one you may be thinking of (or another holiday-tinged one ), a PAIR of French bands, and a reknowned protest singer. Enjoy! Flashback Lunch List 2/11/16, a playlist by Lynn...
The creative whizzes behind Southpark took their talent to Broadway in 2011, and the result was the hilarious multiple-Tony Award winner The Book Of Mormon . The show cracked up two weeks worth of sold-out Bass Concert Hall crowds in the fall of '13--enough that it's back for...