The rotating cast of classic soul DJs known as Motown on Mondays host their four-year anniversary party at Cafe Du Nord on Friday April 26 with a full lineup and DJs and bands.
The Bright Light Social Hour had six wins at this year’s Austin Music Awards. Could an independent band from central Texas be the beacon of hope we have been waiting for? Any live footage of the band will answer that. These guys are the beacon, the island and the ocean it sits within.
Train has come a long way since their inception in 1994, their sound, style,and overall presence has grown tremendously, yet one thing remains, their love for San Francisco.
Space rock is alive and well in Kansas City, Missouri. For those looking for a little more substance to their daily feed and a little less garage that sounds like it was recorded in a garage, look no further. The Life and Times are here to turn it up and dial it in.
Minneapolis duo Peter Wolf Crier released their sophomore album Garden of Arms this week on Jagjaguwar entitled Garden of Arms. After being completely enamored with their stripped down debut, Inter-Be, I wondered where they could possibly go from there—turns out, everywhere.
Francis and the Lights first performed in college, singing the entire The Immortal Otis Redding while backed by a young band. He has since gone on to gather new bandmates, release an emotion-filled album, and write music for rapper Drake. He performs tomorrow at a sold-out SF show before heading to Coachella.