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Give your fans, local bands, and industry professionals something to talk about. Adrian West asked me to help him promote his album The Human Touch.
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Cigarettes After Sex will release their much-anticipated sophomore album - Cry - on October 25th via Partisan Records. The album was recorded during night time sessions in a mansion on the Spanish island of Mallorca. It has been described as a lush, cinematic meditation on the many complex facets of love - meeting, wanting, needing, losing...
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Tycho played a secret pop-up concert performance last week at The Independent. In addition, they released their new album WEATHER, a meer 24 hours prior to the show.
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On Friday, July 12th, Beebout released his debut EP (simply titled "EP") comprised of four songs: "Something I Adore," "Backburner," "Fornicate," and "You Made Me Go." Overall, the EP is a great introduction to Beebout's sound and serves to showcase his many diverse talents, both musically and lyrically.
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This is an album worth listening to multiple times. I honestly did not like it at all on first listen. What are they after? But like most works that seek to break down our sense of artistic boundaries and genres, we often are shocked before we are awed.
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If you follow your local music scene long enough you'll find that band names change, band members move on, and the whole scene morphs and becomes different every year
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In the Bay Area, the music scene is incredibly supportive... I’m privileged to know many brilliant artists here in the Bay who have influenced my performance, my writing, and my work ethic. They’re smart, talented, driven, and headed for big things. I’m in the midst of giants.
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With the face of singer Doug Tieman alternately basked in sunlight and obscured in the shadow of the brim of his hat, the dapper gentlemen of Blood & Dust whipped with the sound and energy of a steam engine. The clanking rhythm of the tune could only have been further exemplified were it recorded live...
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I have this thing about album release shows. I want to be impressed. I mean, really impressed. I want to be blown away, and fully immersed in the experience of what should be an incredibly exciting night. So why is it that more often than not, I walk out of an album release show shaking...
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Catch the Bay Area’s own Waterstrider tonight at Leo’s in Oakland as they fill your ears, eyes, and esophagus with sweet shaky grooves. I really can’t speak highly enough of Waterstrider’s debut album Nowhere Now; its textured and vibrant sounds jump around from song to song, with many moving parts including hypnotic drums, deeply textured synths, and the cruising-altitude vocals...
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"I'm a little stressed," a shaky smile from Emily Whitehurst AKA Survival Guide, as her hands continually disappear and reappear at the sleeves of her hoodie. A bluegrass group is packing up on the stage at Neck of the Woods.
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Fine As A Vine by Kendra McKinley Kendra McKinley is known to many for her mellow bossa nova inspired songs. Her debut album, Chestnut Street, features solo acoustic guitar and voice, sometimes trading guitar for vocal loops. It is an album for sitting at the window sill on a rainy day with a steaming cup...
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