2019-2020 live play-by-play of Men's and Women's games!
Caamp is comprised of three friends from Athens, Ohio. They describe themselves as a “folk trio... making beautiful noise.” This summary perfectly surmises the group and the infectious joy they brought to the Fillmore in San Francisco on October 21st.
Written and photographed by Makaila Heifner
Tune in on Monday, November 18th @ 8:20AM to listen in on DJ Massari's recent conversation with Mark Clifford and Sarah Peacock of long standing UK based group, Seefeel. Together they discuss the band's involvement with Cocteau Twins, breaking multiple hiatus periods, and their upcoming new material.
Hawkwind continue their journey into the furthest corners of the unknown universe with the release of their 32nd studio album, All Aboard The Skylark.
Artsick is the newest music project of Christina (aka) Riley of the late Burnt Palms along with two of her friends from two of her favorite bay area bands, (Mario, from Kids On A Crime Spree and Donna, from Lunchbox).
Tune in Friday, November 15th @ 10:30AM for an interview with bluegrass artist Del McCoury hosted by DJ Jon the Reptilian.
On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, November 22, at noon, host Lisa Kiefer speaks with Gabriel Zucman, Associate Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley and co-author [with Emmanuel Saez] of the new book The Triumph of Injustice –How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay. He and his colleagues are advocating a progressive wealth tax as a solution to global inequality and have advised Elizabeth Warren and other politic