1025 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, California 94133

Slint was formed in 1985 and recorded their debut album, “Tweez”, with Steve Albini two years later. In 1990, Slint recorded the landmark “Spiderland” album. This release, in particular, became an independent music touchstone, loved and admired by hundreds of thousands of fans and emulated by a generation of musicians. The following year, the year in which “Spiderland” was issued by Touch and Go, Slint broke up. The band played a few reunion shows in 2005, and continue to play the occasional one-off show.

Sunday, July 22 Don't Look Back: Slint performing Spiderland
SLINT plus PHANTOM FAMILY HALO Doors at 8pm. Show at 9pm. 18 & over.

Official Website: http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?agency=TDC&pid=6018449

Added by the wily filipino on June 1, 2007



Dude, how come Brian Paulson never gets any props for recording "Spiderland?" Everyone always mentions Steve Albini, who didn't even record that album, but nothing about the guy who actually did it... he's gone on to work on records by Beck, Superchunk, Wilco, Arcwelder, etc. http://www.indyweek.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A23657