To celebrate Pi Day in the music world, DJ Mr. Darcy takes a look at the intricacies of Math Rock. Also, check out our playlist of exponentially rad Rockmaticians!
Here are the top albums played on BFF.fm for the week of 3/5/18 - 3/11/18.
Erika Wennerstrom's new album "Sweet Unknown" shows her evolution to a more introspective, meta lyricism while shredding away on her signature soul brimming vocals and electric.
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The time has come to spring clean all those mysterious lint orbs, granola crumbs, socks that lost their mate, and expired gift cards. We've gathered some cool tunes that will guaranteed leave you pumped to freshen up your surroundings and head space.
Here are the top albums played on BFF.fm for the week of 2/26/18 - 3/4/18.
Springtime is upon us! Inspired by the changing season’s blooming flowers, we’ve arranged a bouquet of new albums for you.
It would behoove you to take a gander at this delightfully psychedelic-synth-art pop group. "Superorganism" releases on Friday, March 2nd.
Here are the top albums played on BFF.fm for the week of 2/19/18 - 2/25/18.
Here are the top albums played on BFF.fm for the week of 2/12/18 - 2/18/18.
Check out Caroline Rose’s robust, quirky pop-punk sound in her new album, Loner, releasing February 23rd.
In honor of Black History Month, here's our list of exceptional new albums from African American artists.
Here are the top albums played on BFF.fm for the week of 2/5/18 - 2/11/18.
We’ve compiled a gold medal worthy playlist to celebrate the Games! Kill two birds with one Curling stone, and get your fill in the spirit of both athletics and music.
Here’s a compilation of newly released and forthcoming albums created by ladies who are guaranteed to rock your Crocs off.
We are ecstatic af about Ezra Furman's new album. Check out the lead single “Love You So Bad."
Here are the top albums played on BFF.fm for the week of 1/29/18 - 2/4/18.
In reflection of the 2018 State of the Union Address, DJ Mr. Darcy has compiled a playlist of songs to help you persist and stay groovy.
On a clear SF night, The Radio Dept. played their gauzy version of dream pop enveloping the crowd at the Fillmore with positive vibes.
Oakland-based band Felsen recently stopped by BFF.fm Studio B to play Private Airline in the Sky, from their new album Blood Orange Moon. Take a listen: