Sacramento’s self-proclaimed (and proven) party punks G. Green come blazing in with a sophomore LP, Area Codes. Out on Sacramento label Mt. St. Mtn. on August 13th, Area Codes […]
By now, you already know 8th Grader for his signature R&B sound – a fresh combination of decadent tenor vocals, pop-soul rhythms, and nods to legends like Prince and […]
The Push the Feeling crew has announced a free show on Friday night at Milk Bar, featuring Silver Hands and Running in the Fog. Not only does the location […]
Over the past few years, Al Lover has quickly become one of the most interesting producers in San Francisco. He makes music that slides seamlessly between genres, creating a […]
Hometown heroes WATERS, fresh off a two-night stint of sold out shows at The Troubadour in LA, head back to San Francisco to play The Chapel on July 10. […]
Before the release of their debut LP on Castle Face Records later this year, power garage trio Male Gaze is dropping a new 7-inch via another local label, Mt. […]
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Oakland duo Dylan Travis and Nina Chase are no strangers to dark synth pop – the pair began releasing music as Some Ember in late 2011. […]
On June 3rd, Oakland’s prestigious Slumberland Records will drop the latest release from long-time LA signee, Devon Williams.
The LP, entitled Gilding The Lily, is a work of deliberately […]
A misfit crew, The Tropics are breaking into the Bay Area music scene with a running start. The pop band has been playing together since 2012, and is now […]
This Saturday, local ticketing app gone total tastemaker WillCall is presenting another fantastic show, this time at Neck of the Woods. The lineup has a peculiar theme – stellar […]
It hasn’t been four months since Connan Mockasin last played in San Francisco, yet the psych-pop artist’s next show approaches quickly at The Independent on Thursday, May 15th.
I first […]