We’re at the end! The end of the semester, the end of my time at Xpress, and the end of Beats n’ Stuff.
Caty McCarthy’s latest music column focuses on the positive songs that will brighten your day, and make you briefly forget about all of that end of semester stress.
The monthly event Cyberpunk Cinema, founded by Thrillhouse Records volunteer Tosh Chiang, celebrates the technological dystopian world of cyberpunk in film – inside a dive bar in the Mission.
A naïve girl goes to Record Store Day for the first time in hopes of attaining a favorite album of her youth, Brand New’s Deja Entendu. Except it sells out within ten minutes.
Ah, throwbacks. The songs that make parties come alive with joy, bad dancing, and inaccurate lip-synching.
“I Know What You Scrobbled Last Summer” is an adventure into Caty McCarthy’s musical youth, and the pop-punk bands she just can’t seem to forget – no matter how hard she tries.
Caty McCarthy is there and back again (An Art Director’s Tale) with a fresh guide to Japan’s finest lady-fronted rock bands.
In Beats n’ Stuff #8, columnist Caty McCarthy spotlights the can’t-miss artists of this week’s Noise Pop Festival.
Xpress Magazine’s Art Director Caty McCarthy created a free, downloadable Oscar Ballot for the big night on Sunday.
A new playlist just in time for Valentines Day.
After its seven years of service, Club Nintendo is coming to an end on June 30, but not without some final prizes to offer members. Xpress Mag’s Caty McCarthy is devastated, regardless.