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Raoul Hernandez

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A San Francisco native who arrived fresh out of graduate school to his mother’s hometown of San Antonio in 1992, Raoul Hernandez began writing for the Chronicle that year, moved to Austin the following spring, and has been Music Editor since 1994.

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SXSW International Bands

From Yugoslavia to Plutonia, here come SXSW's International bands armada.

Music Feature, Feb. 24, 2006

Metallurgy

Through the Eyes of Heathens, Origo, Come Clarity, Chimaira, The Rescue, Solidarity, Live in London, Killadelphia, Call of the Mastodon, The Workhorse Chronicles

Music Review, Feb. 24, 2006

Cat Power

The Greatest

Music Review, Feb. 24, 2006

Kind Hearts and Coronets

If comedy is a dish best served black, Kind Hearts and Coronets is beluga caviar marinated in its own ink.

Screens Review, Feb. 24, 2006

The Sword

Age of Winters

Music Review, Feb. 3, 2006

The Rockford Files: Season One

How Raymond Chandler's coffee can became Stephen J. Cannell's cookie jar, with James Garner as the constant

Screens Review, Feb. 3, 2006

Renegade

Still mourning the death of Thin Lizzy's Phil Lynott 20 years later

Music Feature, Jan. 20, 2006

Darden Smith

Field of Crows

Music Review, Jan. 20, 2006

The Bad Sleep Well

Sandwiched between career peaks, Kurosawa serves corporate sacrifice – suicide by seventh-story window, truck, and volcano – rather than feudal slicing and dicing

Screens Review, Jan. 20, 2006

The Strokes

First Impressions of Earth

Music Review, Jan. 13, 2006

Crack Music

2005's music haiku

Music Feature, Jan. 6, 2006

Tindersticks

Working for the Man: The Greatest Hits

Music Review, Dec. 30, 2005

Bob Marley & the Wailers

Africa Unite: The Singles Collection

Music Review, Dec. 30, 2005

Nirvana

Sliver: The Best of the Box

Music Review, Dec. 30, 2005

Bob Marley & the Wailers

Live at the Rainbow

Music Feature, Dec. 23, 2005

Alice Cooper

Good to See You Again

Music Feature, Dec. 23, 2005

U2

Vertigo 2005:Live From Chicago

Music Feature, Dec. 23, 2005

The Who

Tommy and Quadrophenia Live

Music Feature, Dec. 23, 2005

Eurythmics

In the Garden, Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), Touch, Be Yourself Tonight, Revenge, Savage, We Too Are One, Peace

Music Feature, Dec. 16, 2005

Jimmy Cliff

Better Days Are Coming:The A&M Years 1969-1971

Music Feature, Dec. 16, 2005

George Harrison & Friends

The Convert for Bangladesh

Music Feature, Dec. 16, 2005

The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 3: 1963

The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 3:1963

Music Feature, Dec. 9, 2005

The Band

A Musical History

Music Feature, Dec. 9, 2005

Billie Holiday

The Complete Verve Studio Master Takes

Music Feature, Dec. 9, 2005

The Rolling Stones
Ian McLagan & the Bump Band

Music Review, Dec. 9, 2005

Ran

Gift guide

Screens Feature, Dec. 9, 2005

Jackie Wilson: Lonely Teardrops

Music Review, Dec. 2, 2005

Swag 2: Rock Posters of the '90s and Beyond

Music Review, Dec. 2, 2005

Alejandro Escovedo String Quintet

Room of Songs

Music Review, Nov. 25, 2005

At All Cost

It's Time to Decide

Music Review, Nov. 25, 2005

The Mars Volta

Scabdates

Music Review, Nov. 25, 2005

Wilco

Kicking Television:Live in Chicago

Music Review, Nov. 18, 2005

Edith Frost

It's a Game

Music Review, Nov. 11, 2005

Explosions in the Sky

How Strange, Innocence

Music Review, Nov. 11, 2005

True Believers

Music Review, Nov. 4, 2005

Clouzot and Melville ride the old wave

Screens Review, Nov. 4, 2005

Separate Lies

Julian Fellowes is two for two: The English actor’s first big screenwriting credit, Gosford Park, netted him an Oscar, and with this directorial debut, he again demonstrates a mastery of British uppercrust dramas.

Film Review, Oct. 28, 2005

Metric

Live It Out

Music Review, Oct. 21, 2005

My Morning Jacket

Z

Music Review, Oct. 21, 2005

The Man Who Fell to Earth and Bad Timing

Musicians make uneasy actors. With his directorial debut, 1970's 'Performance,' Nicolas Roeg characteristically tossed convention out the hotel window by casting Mick Jagger as one of the leads. He would follow up with David Bowie and Art Garfunkel.

Screens Review, Oct. 7, 2005

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