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    Seattle’s FF plays Thee Parkside with Wild Moth, Mane, Commodity

Seattle’s FF plays Thee Parkside with Wild Moth, Mane, Commodity

Seattle’s FF is coming to town April 26 at Thee Parkside with local bands Wild Moth, Mane and Commodity in tow. The Northwestern group is sure to deliver pummeling […]

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SF’s Vulgar Trade dishes out loud, thrashy hardcore

I don’t know what it is that attracts me to mosh pits so much.  Maybe it’s as simple as the sheer violence, the physical catharsis of pent-up frustration and […]

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    Justin Loans & Jay Casio of RNB Millionaires release solo projects

Justin Loans & Jay Casio of RNB Millionaires release solo projects

Justin Loans and Jay Casio, aka Oakland party rappers RNB Millionaires have dropped a couple of solo projects lately that you need to get to know. Last week Jay […]

DaVinci & Sweet Valley drop ‘Ghetto Cuisine’

Fillmore rapper DaVinci teamed up with Sweet Valley, (Wavves frontman Nathan Williams and his brother Kynan) for their Ghetto Cuisine album, available now as a free download from Fools […]

Giveaway: The National return to the Bay

Fresh off their endearing and creative new documentary, Mistaken for Strangers, the National return to the Bay Area on April 27 for the first time since their moodier-than-thou live show descended upon Golden […]

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Experimental folk duo Yesway to release debut LP

Ever had that experience of waking up in the middle of a wondrous dream, the vivid colors still swirling around your half-conscious brain as you groggily grope in the […]

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    Interview/Album Premiere: The Parmesans – ‘Nature’s Burrito’

Interview/Album Premiere: The Parmesans – ‘Nature’s Burrito’

We’ve written about The Parmesans a great deal since their formation less than two years ago, and with good reason. The trio features some of the cheesiest goofballs around […]

Get to Know: Animal Hours

The conception of SF singer-songwriter Orion Letizi, Animal Hours produces darkly enticing pop music with hints of folk and Americana skirting around the edges. Take “Submarine,” a track off their […]

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    Q&A: Aquarius Records’ Andee Connors on RSD, reunions, and reissues

Q&A: Aquarius Records’ Andee Connors on RSD, reunions, and reissues

Within the confines of Aquarius Records is a plethora of music both old and new; Strange and wonderful; Eclectic and disorienting. It’s nearly overwhelming when browsing.

One of the few remaining […]

By |April 18, 2014|0 Comments
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    Blood Sister, All Your Sisters, That Ghost at the Hemlock tonight

Blood Sister, All Your Sisters, That Ghost at the Hemlock tonight

The music of San Francisco’s Blood Sister is a dizzy whirlwind of fuzzed out shoegaze. Each song, an articulated tribute to guitars drenched in distortion, is thoughtfully paired with […]

By |April 18, 2014|0 Comments

Hank Richardson releases new single: “Favorite Singer”

Hank Richardson just dropped a new single titled “Favorite Singer” off of his forthcoming LP. This is the newest release from Richardson since his last album Fanclub.

Richardson’s music is best […]

By |April 17, 2014|0 Comments
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    Interview: Bob Frank discusses his Light in the Attic Reissue

Interview: Bob Frank discusses his Light in the Attic Reissue

Singer/songwriter Bob Frank is perhaps the Bay Area’s most unknown musical genius. Forty years ago, Frank released his critically-acclaimed debut self-titled album on Vanguard Records. For reasons I’ll let […]

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