From overgrown houses in north Oakland, Trails and Ways make guitar pop, thick with warm noise, driving beats, four voices, and the open chords of bossanova. Take college commune roommates, have them live for stints in Brazil and Spain, bring them home together carrying the sparks of songs, and see
ONOFF are a 3 piece Rock n Roll band hailing from Ireland who are currently based in California. The band have been touring up and down the west coast of the U.S while recording their new album at Tone Freq. in San Jose, California which is set for release
When Shakina Nayfack heard about all the artists and performers boycotting North Carolina because of the new hateful anti-LGBT law HB2, she said, “nah, fuck that”. Ok, I don’t know if that’s exactly what she said, but it was along those lines. Instead of boycotting the state, Shakina felt it
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One of my favorite photographers in the world, Victoria Smith, went to the Bali Spirit Festival last month. She took lots of photos and experienced what seems like one of the more enchanting festivals in the world. Below are her words and beautiful photos: Spring is a special time in Ubud
Guest post by Clay Smith When a choir drops an album, you might expect some dull, classical numbers that’d please your grandma. What you’ll get instead from Conspiracy of Venus, a rollicking, bad-ass vocal ensemble of 30 women from San Francisco, is a collection of unique and artful arrangements of
Oddisee was raised by his African American mother and Sudanese father in Washington DC’s Prince George’s County. Oddisee was originally influenced by his parents’ heritages, combined with a hip-hop influence from his older cousins. In an interview with NPR, he explained why he was influenced by early East Coast
It’s odd that despite working at the same pace as artists like Creedence, The Byrds and The Rolling Stones, coupled with an equally unending schedule of touring, press and recording, Mac is still labeled as a slacker. With two full-lengths and two EPs released and hundreds of sold out shows performed in the last