Brayden Deskins (right) and Tyler Boyd (left), singers of the band A Yawn Worth Yelling, perform during their Play Pretend EP Party at Bottom of the Hill. Photos by Qing Continue Reading
Photo by Martin Bustamante By Oscar Gutierrez [dropcap size=”50px”]O[/dropcap]ne of the most important pieces of advice my mother ever gave me was “It is better to ask for forgiveness Continue Reading
Photo by James Chan By Lupita Uribe [dropcap size=”50px”]W[/dropcap]hen you hear the words “record label,” San Francisco is not the first city that comes to mind –possibly because the commercial Continue Reading
Photo by Martin Bustamante By Oscar Gutierrez I walked into a daytime punk show at a bar in San Francisco where the person at the door took a thick Continue Reading
Photo by Martin Bustamante By Oscar Gutierrez “Un, dos, tres, cuatro!” I was shoved into a wall as a sea of punk rockers in leather jackets and colored hair Continue Reading
Caty McCarthy’s latest music column focuses on the positive songs that will brighten your day, and make you briefly forget about all of that end of semester stress.
“I Know What You Scrobbled Last Summer” is an adventure into Caty McCarthy’s musical youth, and the pop-punk bands she just can’t seem to forget – no matter how hard she tries.
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In Beats n’ Stuff #8, columnist Caty McCarthy spotlights the can’t-miss artists of this week’s Noise Pop Festival.
A new playlist just in time for Valentines Day.
San Jose-based singer songwriter Yvette Young has been using rhythmic tapping to create a melodic flow in her own music.