Sam Lefebvre covers music for the Express and is the former music editor.
In related 40th St. Corridor news, 1-2-3-4 Go! Records just announced plans to open a second location in San Francisco.
by Sam Lefebvre | Mar 6, 2015
Rap critic Noz and archivist 12ManRambo opened the only Oakland record shop with a Sick Wid It bin card.
by Sam Lefebvre | Jul 1, 2015
The first major record manufacturer in Oakland since the mid-'30s plans to offer other various music-industry resources under the name Bump Town, including a venue.
by Sam Lefebvre | Oct 18, 2017
The volunteer owner-operators seek $100,000 to re-launch nearby in November — just in time for the venue's sixth anniversary.
by Sam Lefebvre | Aug 1, 2018
An irreverent field recordist and archivist, Megan Mitchell debuts with 'Disambiguation.'
by Sam Lefebvre | Jul 18, 2018
Smythe's has weathered recession, online competition, and a perception of accordions as coarse-sounding period props. Now it's the only public accordion center in the Bay Area.
by Sam Lefebvre | Jul 11, 2018
With 'Sorry to Bother You,' the first-time filmmaker and multi-hyphenate artist and activist is poised to speak, on his own terms, to the largest audience of his life.
by Sam Lefebvre | Jul 4, 2018
The New Parish's former owner Jason Perkins is accused of threatening homeless people, prompting outcry from local artists and activists.
by Sam Lefebvre | Jun 27, 2018
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