The Oakland nonprofit has become one of the country's most progressive Girls Rock Camp chapters by emphasizing accessibility and inclusion.
Father Figure 2 reveals the Berkeley rapper's smooth, technical flow.
With backgrounds in jazz, rock, and soul, members of the local quartet carry on a funky tradition in a uniquely West Coast style.
The East Oakland rapper's breakout single asked how it'd feel to be rich. Next, she discovered the trappings of fame and the mainstream music industry.
Some of the newest labels participating in this year's Record Fair released some of the finest local titles this year.
Venue owners and DJs say lack of consistency and promoters is partially to blame.
Honey Soundsystem and Dark Entries honor the late San Francisco disco producer with a range of fittingly lascivious sights and sounds.
A growing community of femme, trans, and non-binary-identified musicians playing dark music leads to the creation of a new music festival in Oakland — and a new booking collective.
Oakland musician Joel Robinow plays packed shows with his Once and Future Band, but his solo piano gigs are another matter.
The influential Detroit, Mich. trio returns to the Bay Area for five shows, including an elaborate Halloween party, at the urging of local promoter James Decker.
The talented young drummer uses Lake Merritt as his rehearsal space and has become a funky fixture of the Town.
Arts & Music - December 16, 6:05 PM
Food & Drink - December 15, 10:59 AM
Food & Drink - December 14, 10:22 AM
Six women are suing Steve Bearman, founder of Interchange Counseling Institute, alleging that he assaulted them at his home or during private sessions after coercing them to take hallucinogens.
Del the funky homosapien smokes meth. He used to abuse this woman name STAR, who…
I think hes hell fake, nothing about what she did wasnt FULLY invested and funded…
Yeah. I put this all on the venues.
No matter the genre, all parties…