Mixtape: Diving into San Francisco Bay Area Electronic Music (Podcast #315)

http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/Electronic_Mix_2013.mp3 Download: Mixtape: Diving into San Francisco Bay Area Electronic Music (Podcast #315) As we've documented before on the podcast, the Bay Area has, for years, hosted a vibrant scene of electronic music producers. But while we've primarily focused our coverage on electronic music's pop side, SF is also home to a variety of innovative, compelling house and techno producers. In addition to the large crop of talented artists, there are significant event producers like Push the Feeling, the influential monthly that has hosted (and, indeed, drawn our attention to) many of the artists in this mix, as well as [...]

Push The Feeling with K-Maxx and Devonwho tomorrow night

Get ready for another installment of Push The Feeling, now taking place the first Saturday of each month instead of Friday. Stop by Underground SF tomorrow, August 3, to catch live sets from Devonwho and K-Maxx, plus DJ sets from founder-residents epicsauce and YR SKULL. Boogie down with San Francisco funk-master K-Maxx (Ken Hopkins), who released a new K-Maxx / Sweater Funk Presents EP in April. In the past, he has collaborated with Too Short, Dan the Automator, Andre Nickatina and Tower of Power's Lenny Williams. Currently, K-Maxx is featured on the Private Function compilation from Voltaire Records, showcasing the [...]

No Voices: A Collection of Bay Area Instrumental Rock (Podcast #283)

No Voices: A Collection of Bay Area Instrumental Rock (Podcast #283) Instrumental songs sometimes get unfairly pegged as background music, but the best ones are exactly the opposite -- captivating and hypnotic without a voice or voices dominating the work. The Bay Area is home to a number of artists who create alluring instrumentals, from the drones of Barn Owl and Date Palms to the post-rock compositions of The Drift and Silian Rail and the electronic works of Yalls, Tycho and Devonwho. Artists like Judgement Day and Al Lover & The Haters show that you don't need vocals to establish [...]

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