We asked some of our listeners and DJs who they’re most excited to see at Treasure Island Music Festival this year.
The Future Sonic Cities concert, as part of Zurich Meets San Francisco, will present a mix of abstract hiphop, heavy electronic, and jazz inspired afro-futurist femme ballads.
“You must unlearn what you have learned”— Yoda’s credo not only applies to Jedis, but to all music-lovers
Quiet Domino covers the Dirty Projectors’ “Impregnable Question” as an airy synth dream.
This summer marks the Italian psych-surf-garage rock band, Bee Bee Sea's debut U.S. tour. So when we heard they'd be swinging by San Francisco, we were all too stoked for the trio to jam out over BFF.fm’s airwaves on Nino Msk's Espresso Sesh.
On her new solo album, English folk singer Olivia Chaney builds a musical sanctuary to give you refuge from the psychic storm.
Today is the birthday of Chicago blues musician, Buster Benton, whose style was distinguished as "Disco Blues." To celebrate his influence, we made a playlist and recommendations of blues and blues-adjacent genres throughout the decades.
In reducing the measurable volume of her music, the Philly hip-hop star increases the pressure of her creativity.
Start July off right with a trio pop album recommendation including duo-piece bands Momma, Video Age, and Let’s Eat Grandma.
The month of Pride is coming to a close, yet LGBTQ+ music/culture never ceases to pulse its influential power into the Arts community, especially with these 2018 releases.
Sasha effusively enthuses about the new self-titled debut by LUMP, a project of English musicians Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay (Tunng).
From start to finish “The Lookout” offers a trancelike, mesmerizing Zen experience. Veirs delivers an authentic folk that carries a meditative power to steady unruly thoughts and puts a jovial and serene tempo in your mind’s step.
We have a batch of catastrophically cool singles to pique your interest in forthcoming albums from Kitten Forever, Ry Cooder, Yves Simon, and Okkervil River.
Whether you’re scrambling to decipher numbers and paperwork or are taking the Martha Stewart route, the musicians on this list have got your back while the IRS is on your back.
Bad luck is inescapable, but it doesn’t reside in today’s release of the following remarkable albums from King Tuff, Say Sue Me, Laura Veirs, Brazilian Girls, Slug, The Damned, and John Prine.
Looking for a change of beat but are indecisive about what genre you want to listen to for a full album? We have a sampling of superb, cross-genre new albums to satisfy your capricious musical mood.
The album travels all over the place with its combination of hyper punk, funky dance, to elegant ballads, yet the common denominator of CHAI’s sound is in their strong promotion of female empowerment.
It's been 22 years, but Kool Keith and Dan the Automator haven't skipped a beat in the upcoming release of "Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation."
While gazing into the sky and pondering the electromagnetic wonder that is the Extraterrestrial, throw some astronomically luminous tunes into orbit on your listening device!