Thomas Mars of Phoenix This weekend, Live 105’s Not So Silent Night festival lived up to its name. Listeners from all over the Bay braved the cold with one common goal in mind: To warm up and listen to some great music. Both nights featured a diverse lineup, with everything from synth pop to rock. As Read More
With Thanksgiving behind us, and today’s “Cyber Monday” boom, we have assembled a small holiday guide for audiophiles. From turntable accessories and LPs, to headphones and bluetooth speakers–these days there is no end to the wonderful musical accoutrements to enjoy. Ortofon’s 2M Blue Phono Cartridge Upon a first glance, the unique design of Ortofon’s Read More
Hippie Sabotage, the described “two brothers that make music” from California, put together this nice track featuring vocals from Tove Lo. You can check out their recent trap beat tape here. Or get a taste of another chilled beat and pretty girl with the track “Push Gets To Shovin” below.
A great performance doesn’t need to bring Jesus on stage or have the largest light show. It just needs a star. From the moment Jessie Ware walks onto the stage Monday night at The Fillmore she is radiant. When she admits to the crowd that she’s “a nice Jewish girl” and says “L’chaim!” fans return a Read More
Even Mr. Callahan himself seemed a bit taken aback by the uproarious energy of the crowd assembled at the Great American Music Hall Saturday night. His songs, mostly down-tempo and full of simple guitar figures and elegant, minute drums that ebb and flow like waves, don’t seem like they would inspire shrieks or giddy girls Read More
You’re the Best from Wet on Vimeo. Late last month, Wet debuted their music video for “You’re The Best,” which tells the story where the group got its start: New York City. The trio, comprised of Kelly Zutrau, Martin Sulkow and Joe Valle, have been making music together in various outfits since meeting as students in New Read More
“Before I signed with the Doc, I almost signed with Duckdown because Rawkus never gave me an offer,” raps Eminem on this slamming freestyle over Black Moon’s “I Got Cha Opin.” THIS is the Eminem that we’ve always love that made “Infinite” an endless play.
Tennis released today a video for “Mean Streets,” off their latest EP Small Sound, which is out now. They’re currently on tour with ON AND ON, but don’t have any schedule dates in the Bay Area to date.
Cut Copy took the stage Saturday night at the Fox Theater, in front of what lead vocalist Dan Whitford called the biggest crowd of the tour so far, and played an hour and 45 minute set that spanned fan favorites and new songs from forthcoming album Free Your Mind. If you are unfamiliar with the Read More