Singer, songwriter, musician and producer, Caroline Rose, took a moment to sit down with Excuse My French before Rose rolls through SF to play The Fillmore this Wednesday. Tune in on Wednesday, May 3rd @ 2PM to hear the conversation.
On the evening of March 26th, the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco was filled with a crowd adorned in vintage leather jackets, white flowy skirts, and flowers in hair, eagerly waiting for night two of Weyes Blood’s "In Holy Flux" Tour. Weyes Blood (pronounced “wize blood”) is the stage name of Natalie Mering, a California born artist whose musical style has been labeled as psychedelic folk, chamber pop, and soft rock.
KIM is an Oakland based trio exploring the sounds of doom and horror. In 2019, Love Lion released KIM's self-titled cassette, a six song EP on mythology, iconography and monsters like Nero and Freud. Their upcoming album, set to release this summer, is filled with increasingly wild, sprawling and pissed off sounds. From tales of being eaten alive to creatures that seduce, haunt and betray, the band weaves terrifying narratives into sound.
Control Issues recently spoke with vocalist/guitarist/songwriter, Natalie Carol, of Los Angeles band, Valley Queen. Tune in on Tuesday, May 2nd @ 11:30AM to hear their conversation.
On Friday, April 28th @ 10AM PDT, Little Citrus sits down with Luz Elena Mendoza Ramos, lead vocalist and producer of eclectic indie folk pop band, Y La Bamba.
To declare one thematic narrative from Lucha, Y La Bamba’s seventh album, would be to chisel away a story within a story within a story into the illusion of something singular.
Tune in on Friday, April 28th @ 1PM to hear Melodrama's recent conversation with Southern California garage rock band, Sun Room.
Join Rare Earth on Wednesday, April 26th @ 2PM when he speaks with Alaina Moore of indie pop duo, Tennis, ahead of their show at Oakland's Fox Theater later the same evening.
Tune in to The Graduates next Tuesday, April 25th at 9 AM for an immersive interview with Joel Ferguson from the Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics at UC Berkeley. Joelis a PhD Student who utilizes diverse computational techniques to track the impact of different agricultural practices on the most vulnerable communities in developing nations. We discuss the results of his most recent studies on the impact of Mexican agricultural burns on local public health. Be sure to tune in!
On Monday, April 24th @ 4PM, Velvet Einstein speaks with Ruslana Khazipova and Anna Nikitina of Ukrainian music and theatre project, Dakh Daughters, ahead of their Freight & Salvage performance later that same evening.
Tune in to hear about the origins of the project, the political messages of their music, and how they are maintaining the Ukraine Fire in the midst of war.
By Jeremy Becker. Photos by Emily Evans.
We showed up at The New Parish early and loitered around the courtyard, waiting for the show to start. Karega Bailey took the stage and we walked into the bar which was slowly filling up with patrons. Emily positioned herself near the stage and Karega started performing.