In Episode Vi Thunderegg helps us open the show. He is amazing as always, such a knowledgeably hilarious human he is. Later on, Aaron Ford joins us to showcase some of his music, a look into his creative process, writing in a Mexican hotel rooms’ closet, and how our eyebrows show our astrological signs. A wonderful event over all!
DAVID COLÓN’S NEW SHOW – Behind The Mynd
Known for his work with Riptide Open Mic David and his working as a musician, David is branching out his endeavors in to radio. I had the pleasure of having him on my show a handful of times before he branched out and started his own show. I’m proud of my little Padawan.
David is going to start posting his podcast here on www.iheartsfbands.com and I’m super excited to listen to his podcast each week. Below I’ve attached some links to his other projects.
I’m researching playlists to see who has the best one.
I’m looking around at playlists to see who has the best embeddable player. Do you have a favorite? I’d love to know which service it is. Any suggestions greatly appreciated … this will be a great way to get the exact player you have always wanted. OR ALMOST! HA!
I recently got hired as the Art Director at DeliRadio. DeliRadio makes playlists based on the bands that are coming in to town. Attached is a quick playlist of a few of the bands I “heart” from SF and the Bay. Check out my playlist, and check out DeliRadio. If you’re a band you’ll love […]
I’m doing a radio show every Sunday from 6-8PM This Sunday from 6pm – 8pm I will be DJing at Mutiny Radio. Listen in to hear music from tons of local sf and bay area bands. Listen Live from 6pm – 8pm: http://184.108.40.206:8450/live.m3u You can call in your requests: 415-550-0511 Also if you’re local, come hang […]
The Most Interesting Band in The World “POP ROCKS” is made up of 5 very talented guys. On their own they are all great musicians and some have had some well known success. But when they get together they form “POP ROCKS” a high energy rock and dance band. They have been together for over 10 […]
I get bored super easy! So when I saw that Before The Brave was finally going on tour I told them “I want in!”
I’m not going to Lie … I may have begged a bit. It’s possible I may have been telling Jason Perry Stevens for months, “the second you go on tour … I want in!” I told him I would be his back up dancer, pr pro, merch babe, pack mule, anything the band needed.
Music Produced at Trinity Gold Media Studios. I had the honor and pleasure of communicating with Holly Stell. A Vacaville artist who at a young age started singing and continues to follow her dreams in the music industry. Q&A with Holly Stell: Maggie Guevara [MG]: When did you start singing? Holly Stell [HS]: Age 3. […]
Article by: Stefan – SF Intercom Noise Pop starts this week … I hope to see you out at a show!!! There are five free happy hour shows. I am going to see them all, however I know some of you aren’t willing to commit that much of your week to music. Thus you will likely […]
Article by: Stefan – SF Intercom Helping you get the ladies since the 80s! Helping me since the 80′s? I guess I should say thank you? HA! I was contacted recently by Playboy School from Sacremento, “Stefan! You’re so going to love this band… AND… we’re playing shows in SF soon!” I listened to them… and […]
Article by: ALAN MONASCH Please hear this: Megan Slankard’s CD “A Token of the Wreckage,” is a most significant musical work. On the basis of this premier CD, I have become Megan Slankard’s fan for life. The title song alone had done that, but it’s only the beginning of the wonders of this album. Throughout, she […]
Article by: Stefan – SF Intercom The band is called Yalls, but he’s a band of one?! From the other side of Rock Make I speed walked past all the vendors to see what band was creating such an amazing collage of sounds. Upon arrival I realized the sounds I had been enjoying were coming from […]
Were you at Rock Make today? I was! There was an amazing line-up of bands… and the event has gotten bigger!!! It now includes bouncing blow up houses for the kids, a beer garden for adults and food for all. Not to mention the number amazing venders including but not limited to my friends at […]
Article by: Stefan – SF Intercom I don’t know where “Boom Town” is but I wish it was somewhere near SF. This last week I was in Portland for pleasure. No agenda… but to my delight I discovered it was Music Fest NW and Widmer was having their Oktober Fest a month early. (Likely very unrelated) […]
By Maggie Guevara Oakland hip hop artists D. Willz, is most famous for his song, and music video “Watermelon” on MTV! With his video reaching over 716,750 views on YouTube, his career continues to take off. Recording at Trinity Gold Media […]
Keri Bailey, from the band Anadel, speaks about her experience in learning music and the importance of music education for children. Submitted by: Maggie Guevara “Music has always been a very important part of my family’s connection as a family. As far back as I can remember, my Dad was always playing his acoustic guitar. […]
Charming alternative rock quintet, ‘Brown Shoe’ smoothly combines popular indie rock with a more mature atmospheric sound – think Band of Horses meets Of Monsters And Men. At first glance, local Folsom lads appear pretty fresh faced. However, the four brothers have already knocked out three commercially successful LPs and a number of North American […]
By: Maggie Guevara Brandon Zahursky Tours CA for his ‘Sink or Swim’ album premiere Brandon Zahursky is based out of the Napa Valley. He has been performing at coffee shops, private events, and small venues throughout the Bay Area for the past 4 years. He opened for singer Amber Rubarth on Jan. 20th this year, in […]
‘As one door closes, another door opens.’ This saying rings true to the last two years of Marty Crandall’s life and the unlikely formation of Sad Baby Wolf. After being ‘let go’ from The Shins in 2010, Crandall returned home to Alberquerque to lick his wounds. Later that year, Crandall formed Sad Baby Wolf with […]
by Cameron Marling Martin Atkins closed The SF MusicTech Summit in style tonight with his presentation, “Welcome To The Music Business – You’re Fucked.’ Atkins, best known for his drum work in punk bands, Public Image Ltd., Ministry, Pigface, and Killing Joke, ripped through the packed room while emphasising the need to think objectively in order to receive the best outcomes in the […]
As the link between music and technology strengthens, digital strategy has become a crucial topic in the new music business model. The SF MusicTech Panelists (below) discussed everything from determining your competition, being the first to act and being willing to accept failure by Cameron Marling Rachel Masters - Red Magnet Media Glenn Miller - Creative Artists Agency (CAA) Ted […]
Nick Adler, owener of The Roxy Lounge, Adler Integrated Marketing and producer of The Sunset Strip Music Festival talks in depth about creating a community through various social media platforms. Listen below to see how you now need to go further than just using Facebook and Twitter to promote shows to the masses by Cameron Marling