Since it's first release with Tino Drima last year, Gaylord's Party Music has built a wonderful roster of Bay Area artists that are always just a little left of [...]
If you're looking for an album to get you out of bed, an album to make you feel empowered on days where you feel powerless, I suggest Vagabon's Infinite [...]
Kai Killion, Getaway Dogs, performs at Streetlight Records during Santa Cruz Music Festival on Sunday, February 19, 2017.
The catalog of mellow beach tunes from Santa Cruz indie favorite Getaway [...]
Multi-instrumentalist and songwriting visionary Alec Ounsworth, better known as the lone remaining component behind Philadelphia based indie superstars Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, is touring in support of his fifth [...]
Photo: Kristin Cofer
On Spooky Mansion's latest, they've taken a step away from the sunny surf rock sounds for their latest EP, I'm the Moon, You're the Wave (so [...]
Lettuce, the funk band from Brooklyn that legend of funk Bootsy Collins hailed as having "that 'Sounds Like A Party To Me' funk goin' on" announced a singular Bay [...]
All genders bleed, and people of all genders can have periods.
Anyone who has ever had them knows that they're an expensive health issue that we did not choose to [...]
Meanest Man Contest, an off-the-wall hip-hop/R&B/soft rock duo, released their debut album way back in 2003, and somehow they're still making great music today. Their most recent release is [...]
Self-proclaimed procurers of swamp funk Hibbity Dibbity are slated for several Bay Area shows in the coming weeks with a handful of new material in tow.
You will have three [...]
Sit back, relax, and let "Tell Me Those Are Tears of Joy," the new single from Once & Future Band, put you into a fuzzed-out psychedelic trance.
The Oakland-based band [...]
I've never been one to sit down and follow along to the lyrics when I listen to an album, but there were a few lyrical moments from local artists [...]
Photo: Wes Marsala
For years John Morgan was the heart and soul of The John Brothers Piano Company. He rolled his heavy upright piano from BART station to station playing [...]