A while back, I wrote an article about the current trend of re-forming bands that has seemed to hit recently. My focus was mainly on bands from the 90’s that seemed to […]
I’ll be honest… 2011 didn’t hold many releases that impressed me. That’s why I’m doing a “Top 5” instead of a Top 10 this year. In fact, I didn’t even BUY ten […]
2011 has been a great year for music. It has also been one fraught with tragedy. From the loss of TV on the Radio Bassist Gerard Smith to the loss of Amy […]
Edit: They didn’t do much to announce the details, but after reading this PDF from Apple, it starts to make more sense… rendering my previous post useless to an extent. In a […]
Weezer performs in San Francisco on their Memories Tour. Photo by Clay Lancaster Many die-hard Weezer fans are aware of Songs from a Black Hole, the would-have-been epic “rock opera” that the […]
I thought this would be an interesting piece, considering how our society has become very single-driven since the advent of the MP3. Full albums have lost their appeal to many people, and […]
By Clay Lancaster (theFIVE10 Staff)
I spent last night and this morning listening to a track called “Home” by Ben Folds Five. No, not Ben Folds… Ben Folds Five.
Some of you may be confused.
You see, many kids nowadays know and love Ben Folds. That’s what they know: “Ben Folds”… as a solo artist. It seems a big portion of his newer fans haven’t looked into his history to discover that he hit the music scene with Ben Folds Five (a trio) back in the early 90’s. I was a die hard fan of BFF, as was my brother.
Otis Lounge in San Francisco was kind enough to give us a bar tab and host our first-ever theFIVE10 Radio Live! event. Popchips also sponsored, handing out free munchies all night (which came in […]
Photos of Soundgarden’s reunion tour at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA on July 21st, 2011. All photography by Clay Lancaster (claylancaster.com)
For the San Francisco area leg of Warped Tour this year, we at theFIVE10 Radio headed out to Shoreline in Mountain View to cover the event. I was joined by my SF Weekly lens-wielding […]