Nova Heart, The Dodos, Neil Landstrumm and Fuck City Weekend. Yeah! Happy Monday, everyone, it's Sacco's pick of the week, and you're invited.
Sacco enlightens us on what it truly means to be a one-man band with MP3s from Bob Log, Dead Elvis, Reykjavictim and Low Bow.
As Slash jets into Shanghai, Sacco takes us on a trip down the spandex-rock road, where the grass is green and the girls are 50.
Strawberry Festival is next week with MIDI only days later. Sacco previews festival season with mp3s from a bunch of Strawberry's best bands.
Shameless plug for (admittedly very cool) Record Store Day events from Sacco, DJ and, ahem, owner of the city's only true record store.
In honor of Saturday’s Godspeed You! Black Emperor show put on by Split Works, Sacco has a little wander through China’s post-rock scene.
Sacco tries to write about electronic music with MP3s from upcoming Lola bookings Bottin, Eats Everything, KiNK and more…
Simple Plan, Nothing Brain Failure and a bunch of other pop punk nonsense from SmSh's head-banging scallywag Sacco.
In honor of Split Works' Gang of Four / AV Okubo show this Thursday at Mao Livehouse, Sacco explores the Chinese post-punk scene.
Our man Sacco previews the Jeff Lang show and shares his top three Irish rock bands in honor of St. Patrick's Day (note: no Bono).
Just when you thought you were out, Sacco pulls you back into the analog abyss with a rundown of Shanghai and Beijing's tape releases.
Sub-Culture returns after a two-month break. Here's a rundown of the three shows they've got in March, and some free tunes to boot.
In honor of the pre-Jue show from Thee Oh Sees this Friday, Mr. Sacco shares some of his favorite tunes from bands out of San Francisco.
Sacco salutes the women who helped shape the Chinese rock scene, from 20-year-old legends Cobra to recent dudettes Next Year's Love.
Mp3 Monday says goodbye to our favorite spicy tuna roll of a man, Toshi San, plus it’s Clampdown with Kaobang live.
A taste of the players coming to Shanghai this week, Questlove, Cut Killer and Shortee Blitz, along with a little history of the PRC rap game.
Russian alt rock and a release party for the second Installment of We are Shanghai, that’s what's you've got this week.
The city gets back into the swing of things this week with some Brazilian drum and bass, Euro tech house and a goth party at Inferno...
What 2013 has in store for you: Godspeed, Thee Oh Sees, Mi Ami, Zola Jesus and oOoOO, all playing live this coming year in Shanghai.
This Friday the zombies rise, the sky turns red and we all die, saving us the bother of Christmas shopping. So, a sound-track for the end of days.