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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]