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Buster Benton & the Disco Blues

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.

Miss Red: K.O.

This futurist dancehall album has a seductive nihilistic aura paired with hypnotic, hazy vibes that are perfect for dancing or a motivational boost.

Summer Picnic Essentials

Some bedazzling summery albums from various genres including Gabriella Cohen, Sugarplum Fairies, Middle Kids, Calpurnia, and the Self Defense Family.

July Pop Triad

Start July off right with a trio pop album recommendation including duo-piece bands Momma, Video Age, and Let’s Eat Grandma.

Concluding June with Pride

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.

Meet the BFF.fm DJs: Nino Msk

Meet the host of Espresso Sesh, Nino Msk. His show features on-air performances and interviews with musicians of all walks of life. He's an active member of the SF underground scene and always strives to create good vibes.

Meet the BFF.fm DJs: Kalen Bergado

Radio host, Kalen Bergado is a human encyclopedia of electronic music culture. He hosts "Times May Vary" which has thematic compilations showcasing a gigantic variety from Acid House, Afro-Cosmic Disco, Ambient, Sino-Grime, Detroit Techno, to Gospel House

Kadhja Bonet's "Childqueen"

Kadhja Bonet’s second album “Childqueen” is like Billie Holiday meets the soundtrack of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” meets Baroque classical music meets Donna Summer.

Meet the BFF.fm DJs: Just Stella

With an art educator leading the show, each episode becomes a mini-museum exhibit. Every Friday night Just Stella curates themed shows including R&B/Soul, psychedelic, garage, freeform, surf, power pop, oldies, and Tropicália.

June Tunes

June is here and so’s about to be summer! Before the brisk SF summer rolls in, head outdoors with a quilt and one or all of these albums that released June 1st, including Joan of Arc, Father John Misty, Black Thought, Neko Case, and Natalie Prass.