If you haven’t been to an UnderCover presents show … I challenge you to attend their Radiohead tribute this weekend. With 75+ artist from 10 Bay Area bands gathered to honor Radiohead’s Kid A album, how can you say no?
I am very surprised that I never stumbled upon Ben Abraham when I was living in Melbourne last year (Jan – May), as I would have surely stopped in my tracks if I heard ‘Speak‘ as I passed by the usual buskers on Melbourne’s famous Bourke Street (wonder if he ever busked there). Speak is […]
Written by Erica Andreozzi A former pre-school teacher in the days before his budding music career, Damien Jurado (Secretly Canadian record label) was well equipped to handle the crazy “kids” (all grown adults that were probably “secretly Canadian”) that were shouting out requests for their favorite songs. “My name is Damien ‘Jurado’… not Damien ‘Jutebox’…I’ll […]
Do you like to camp in the redwoods, float on the Eel River, work on your tan, do yoga, hear comedy and listen to live music for 3 days straight? You should check out Northern Nights Music Festival on July 15th-17th. NNMF is just 3.5 hours north of San Francisco in Cooks Valley. Just off the […]
I first discovered Owls Paws when they opened for Samantha Crain at Amnesia back in January, and then of course made sure to SEE THEM AGAIN when they headlined Bottom of the Hill a few months later. The are SO GOOD. This talented folk trio has been playing together for nearly 5 years — not […]
Oakland's own Tumbleweed Wanderers play their first hometown headlining show in over three years on Friday, April 8th.
Tumbleweed Wanderers, who released one of the best Bay Area albums of 2015 in June, […]
At the beginning of the night, the main floor of The Chapel, a converted mortuary on Valencia street is empty. The venue, with red lit […]
"I'm feeling belligerent" said California Honeydrops singer/guitarist/trumpeteer Lech Wierzynski during their first set on Friday at the Fillmore.
Lech came on stage with an attitude, determined to […]