DJ Helen Earth spoke with Junebugg, guitar player of San Francisco based punk band, Culture Abuse, about their recent album Bay Dream, the consequences of rising rent, his unabashed love of Blink-182, and the power of optimism in a complicated and conflicted political climate. Tune in on Sunday, October 14th @ 9:30AM to hear the entire interview.
Looking to spend 20 hours next weekend head-banging to an amalgamation of boundary-pushing hip-hop, dance, and indie artists? Treasure Island Music Festival (TIMF)—a two-day festival occuring on October 13th (Saturday) and 14th (Sunday)—is one step ahead of you.
On Tuesday, October 9th @ 1:30PM, DJ Sparkle Motion hosts Brooklyn based noise rock trio, A Place To Bury Strangers, for a very special in-studio live performance. Be sure to tune in and sample the band's explosive aural assault ahead of their show later that same night at The Starline Social Club in Oakland.
Takin’ Back the Bay is a music festival that will be hosted at 924 Gilman on Friday, October 12th through Sunday, October 14th to raise awareness and funds to stop gun violence in America. This all ages event will have a diverse array of performances every night, as well as a voter registration booth. Proceeds will go to nonprofits working to stop gun violence.
DJ Massari recently spoke with Irish post-disco // pop // electronica singer-songwriter, Róisín Murphy, about her new 4 part single series for The Vinyl Factory, her new venture into podcasts, and the struggles of being an artist without label backing. Tune in on Monday, October 8th @ 8:15AM to hear the entire interview.
Johnny Marr revives the post-punk age with a reminiscent performance at the UC Theatre.