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 […]
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Rivvrs, the moniker for Bay Area based pop/folk singer-songwriter Brandon Zahursky, just dropped his debut EP, Hold On. After a number of stints attempting to find the perfect fit band-wise, […]
The first Foxes in Fiction album I ever listened to was 2010’s Swung from The Branches. The songs––a mixture of field recordings and ambient noises––served as my bedroom soundtrack that […]
Ty Segall fans, heads up: His new album, Manipulator, is out on August 26th, but you can stream the entire album now!
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Ty Segall also performed […]
After spending time playing keys in Toro y Moi’s touring band, Berkeley’s multi-talented Anthony Ferraro has shared a new track as Astronauts, etc., “Fuss”. “Fuss” will appear on Astronauts, […]
If anything is for certain, San Francisco’s Synthetic ID is a post punk band that doesn’t have time for drudgery. While other bands of their ilk go for a more […]
The Vale, the duo of Marissa Deitz and Chace Wall, recently moved to Oakland from Chicago to study music composition at Mills. Not only is it wonderful to hear […]
SF-based dream-pop/shoegaze band Balms currently has a EP in the works, and in the meantime, has a new single to premiere here: “Golden Hair.”
“Golden Hair” is a dreamy, cosmic tune […]
Local psych-folk artist Jordannah Elizabeth will be releasing her full length album Bring To The Table at the end of this month, but in the meantime, has supplied The Bay […]
Local artist Karmen Buttler just released her album, Daze of Love. The result is a compilation of slow singer-songwriter songs that feature Buttler’s smooth, soft voice, and a simple and elegant […]