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Carl Craig's Top Ten

This weekend Detroit techno legend Carl Craig takes his Demon Days party to San Francisco for the first time. Over the last couple years the event series has taken him to New York, Chicago, and other U.S. cities, in between the many other show dates, remixes, and DJ mixes that keep him busy.

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  • 02/08/2007

Now Playing At Peepshow: James Christopher Kendi

Peepshow's latest arrival showcases the work of James Christopher Kendi, whose last seven years of photography cover, in his words, "comedy, tragedy, friends, and music." In a less abstract terminology that means he's snapped everyone from buddies, to Ratatat and Devendra Banhart, to male models posing in fake underwear campaigns.

See Kendi's work now, exclusively at Peepshow.



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  • 02/07/2007

7 Years by James Christopher Kendi

Artist's statement: "These photos were taken within the last seven years. They represent various interests–comedy, tragedy, love, friends, music. They’re shot for different reasons–some records of persons, and others recording something more. It’s important to laugh at yourself. Many of the pictures are visual jokes."

James Christopher Kendi holds a BFA from Bard College. Visit his website for information on upcoming shows.

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Hit 'Em feat. Mistah F.A.B.

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  • 02/07/2007

Daz-I-Kue: Busy Bug

Darren Benjamin didn’t have a whole lot of time when he visited San Francisco on “vacation” last week.

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  • 02/06/2007

New At INCITE Online, Feb 6

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  • 02/06/2007

Thee More Shallows Signs to Anticon, Release Album

Book of Bad Breaks, latest album from San Francisco's Thee More Shallows and the band's first for Anticon, shows Dee Kesler, Chavo Fraser, and Jason Gonzales balancing extreme eclecticism with their minimalist approach to the actual production. The core of the album was composed on an inexpensive Casio keyboard, guitar, and distortion pedal, yet the influences present run the gamut from classical compositions to club music, with hints of Ira Kaplan (Yo La Tengo) nestled subtly in the vocals.

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  • 02/06/2007

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