Great news! After a brief stint in New Orleans, my favorite local folktress, Marin’s Dyllan Hersey, is back in the Bay! She’s shared a new track, “Too Quick”, over […]
Psychic Jiu Jitsu is: a mix of space and time, an ethereal breath and a psychedelic adventure that will take you back to a more nostalgic and twisted San […]
Although you may not know them as “Terry & Louie”, Oakland’s Terry Six and New Orleans’ King Louie Bankston have been working together for a long time. The two […]
bAd bAd continues to lead the mariachi surf punk scene, as evidenced by their most recent single, “i don’t use gel i don’t use mousse”. bAd bAd frontman Christian […]
For those searching for a queercore band with palpable ’80s goth and death rock influences, let me turn you to the direction of Oakland band Bitter Fruit.
Getting their […]
From their forthcoming debut release, Wind House, which comes out October 28th on Breakup Records, The Tropics are here with a new video (for a new single) titled “Sons and Daughters.”
San Francisco trio Evil Eyes are back with a new EP titled ii, their latest release since last year’s Borderlines LP.
In line with the style on their previous […]
The first time I saw San Francisco’s Joyride! was with San Jose’s recently broken up Sourpatch. And from then on, it’s easy to say that I was hooked.
Oakland’s Kid Trails is the brainchild of Oakland’s Patrick Jeffords, who writes and performs all instruments for Kid Trails, with the exception of drums, which are handled by Andy […]
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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