Galore releases “Deja Vu” off debut album out June 1st

If you didn’t know better--and if the camera didn’t occasionally glimpse a new model of car--you might think that Galore’s music video for new single “Deja Vu” was released [...]

MAJK release long-awaited single, “Twine”

"Twine," the long awaited single from Santa Cruz folk supergroup MAJK, was released on March 15. Since the collaborative project's formation in 2016, the widely cherished yet likewise aloof [...]

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    “Not My Loneliness, But Ours”: Topographies premieres EP with proceeds going to SF New Deal

“Not My Loneliness, But Ours”: Topographies premieres EP with proceeds going to SF New Deal

In another episode of pandemic-inspired creativity and benevolence, dream pop quartet Topographies debuts their EP Not My Loneliness, But Ours. The EP was entirely written and recorded individually from each band [...]

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Andrew Levin premieres “If I Died Today” with us

Most of us have been staring mostly at the same four walls for months now, so it's a relief to hear when someone is creating new things: Finally, something [...]

By |May 21, 2020|0 Comments

Recommended: Adam Spry’s new release, ‘Bonanza’

San Francisco singer-songwriter Adam Spry's new EP, Bonanza, is a welcome antidote to the lethargy and deprivation that some feel in abundance these days.

The album lives up to its title too: [...]

Join the Fillmore for a “Sunday Serenade”

Sundays just got a bit better thanks to the Fillmore's brand new series, "Sunday Serenade." No matter what your social media preference is, hop onto their channel for your [...]

Erik Jourgensen releases melancholic EP ‘Total’

Erik Jourgensen, the musician who co-composed the score to “The Infiltrators,” in 2019, released latest EP, Total, on May 20th. Working with a variety of synthetic and organic sounds, [...]

Producer Thomas Jordan debuts new EP, ‘My Ex Stacy’

The producer for one of our recent favorite rejection songs is stepping out out on his own with a new EP called My Ex Stacy.

Thomas Jordan, a Bay Area-based [...]

By |May 15, 2020|0 Comments

Stern Grove goes dark, but the show must go on

The Psychedelic Furs at Stern Grove 2019 (photo: Patric Carver)

Like most other planned outdoor gatherings Stern Grove has had to cancel its in-person concerts for the year.

Instead (also like [...]

By |May 14, 2020|0 Comments

Maya Elise’s “Mycelium”: a shout-out to Mother Nature

Maya Elise has a way with music that speaks directly to the soul. The Berkeley-based folk singer-songwriter writes music that focuses primarily on nature and earthy themes. Elise draws [...]

By |May 11, 2020|0 Comments
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    Premiere: Queera Nightly summons some feels on their debut single

Premiere: Queera Nightly summons some feels on their debut single

Everyone, please give a warm welcome to new Oakland artist Queera Nightly.

Though they're already an established drag performer in the Bay, "Summoning" marks Queera's first recorded musical endeavor (produced [...]

Drink some brews and watch some bands with #SongsToSIPBy

Listen. We know you are probably overwhelmed with livestreams at this point of shelter in place. But we're not! With so much talent packed into nine counties, there's an [...]

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