Last week was the 4th annual OMF (Oakland Music Festival for those that don’t know) and, hot damn, was it an intensely packed week of much of the glorious local music Oakland has to offer. This year’s festival set up completely different from last year’s event; which was an all
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I went to West Oakland’s Eli’s Mile High Club on Saturday night to check out the Fool’s Gold Records co-founder Nick Catchdubs and Another Party Fam’s Trackademicks and L-Deez DJ a hot dance party. Was it good? Well, the house was packed, the music was slick and everyone looked great – so yeah, it was the shit.
The Seshen is a San Francisco Bay Area-based seven-piece led by singer/lyricist Lalin St. Juste and bassist/producer Akiyoshi Ehara. Their forward-thinking sound combines synthesizers, drum machines, live percussion, and entrancing harmonies to create an unmistakable fusion of R&B, synth-pop, and electronic music. This chemistry is complemented by St. Juste’s stirring
Poster Children was formed in Champaign, Illinois in 1987 by Rick Valentin (guitar, vocals) and Rose Marshack (bass, vocals). Jim Valentin joined on guitar in 1991 and Matt Friscia (drummer #7) joined in 2001. They have released eleven studio albums, on various independent and major labels, and one feature-length film, “Zero
The son of Boogie King Ted Broussard, Marc was seemingly meant for the stage. He made his first public performance at the age of five singing “Johnny B. Good” with his father. His continuing career has brought him abroad both on tour and stylistically. Possessing a naturally gruff voice and a
Open bar and appetizers paid for by Corporate America await you all week as Dreamforce 2016 swallows up SoMa and downtown (Oct. 4-7). The world’s largest software conference is also the world’s largest party-crashing opportunity, with oodles of cash-negative startups throwing insanely opulent parties all over our fair city. Here’s