New Rademacher – “They Are Always Into That”, from ‘Babyhawk (Part I of III)’

Rademacher, with history in Fresno, Los Angeles, and the Bay Area, are releasing the first in a series of three new mini-albums. Babyhawk (Part I of II) comes out on July 5th - those interested can pre-order now via Bandcamp. Additionally, the Babyhawk Soundcloud features a deconstruction of "They Are Always Into That," where you can listen to just the individual musical elements of the song: vocals, drums, keys, and more. They Are Always Into That by Rademacher Rademacher will be playing in San Francisco on July 13th at the Knockout with Built Like Alaska.

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Disgust of Us, Rademacher, Santiago play Sub-Mission Art Space 8/13/10

As opposed to waking up one day and emailing out embed codes, Disgust of Us have planned a premiere party for their new video, featuring performances and an unveiling of the actual "Skin and Bones" video in a communal art space. The premiere will take place at SUB-Mission on Friday, August 13th (8:00 pm), with performances by Disgust of Us, Rademacher, and Santiago. There will be art on display, plus food and drink to imbibe.

Noise Pop: Friday Night Preview!

There's no excuse to stay in this weekend, not even the weather - Noise Pop's weekend forecast is more great music, rain or shine. On Friday the exceptional pop arrangements of St. Vincent can be heard at the Great American. "Now now," before she charms your socks off will be That Ghost (Santa Rosa), the quirky sound scientist Rafter (San Diego), and Cryptacize (out of the East Bay - think Camera Obscura with a splash of Deerhoof). Here’s a preview of what’s to be of their sophomore Asthmatic Kitty release, Mythomania: Cryptacize - "Mini-Mythomania" Carrying on with the [...]

The Morning Benders release Grain of Salt EP Tuesday, play Noise Pop Friday

As anyone who has been reading the site for the last few weeks knows, tomorrow, Noise Pop 2009 begins. And yes, we're excited. However, there is another reason to celebrate -- tomorrow is also the official release date of The Morning Benders' latest EP, Grain of Salt. Featuring the title track (a personal favorite of mine), the EP also contains three previously unreleased B-sides which showcase another side of the band not heard on their full-length -- one of which you can check out below! The Morning Benders - "your dark side" If somehow you've managed to not [...]

The Airborne Toxic Event with The Henry Clay People and Rademacher @ The Bottom of the Hill, 2/13/09

The rhythm section of LA's own The Henry Clay People, Mike (drums) and Jonathan (bass), were all smiles out back after their set, having warmed up the stage quite nicely for headliner The Airborne Toxic Event. Packed house, good times, good times, and with six more weeks to go--well, five and a half by now--along a tour that stretches from the North to the Southwest, it's unlikely that smile'll be getting swallowed anytime soon. Hearing Mike and Jonathan taunt lead singer and guitarist Joey Siara as he now begins to fux with the methods of the proverbial "back door man" [...]

Rademacher Releases Era EP Tuesday

Rademacher, an indie rock band that splits its time between SF, Fresno and LA, will release their new EP Era Tuesday on Jaxart Records. The new album celebrates the band's uncanny ability to write mellow but catchy indie rock tunes and highlight each individual's strengths. Light drums compliment the ethereal guitar sounds and the slightly dark quality of the vocals. Here's an mp3 of the opening track: Rademacher - "If U Know" The two record release shows will be in Merced (Sept. 30 at The Partisan) and Fresno (Oct. 1 at The Pit at Fresno State), but the [...]

By |September 29, 2008|Tags: , |

Episode 133: September 2008 Monthly Mix

[podcast][/podcast] This week's podcast is our latest monthly mix episode, featuring new music, recent music and otherwise excellent music from seven Bay Area bands and one from the Central Valley. More information about all of the bands below: Blue Rabbit ("Separate") recently released their debut EP Separate digitally and the title track is some great rolling cello-pop. You can pick it up at their MySpace page, and can see the San Francisco folk-rockers on October 19th at the Fiesta on the Hill. French Miami ("Multi Caliber Rifles") killed it at the Rock Make Street Festival, and we're excited for their [...]

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