Two Underground Hip-Hop Legends Remind Oakland of Its Roots.
How Josh Bertram channels his impulses into organized chaos.
Nels Cline’s new band debuts at Freight & Salvage on Feb. 17 in what could be a rare appearance.
Donatella Moltisanti is bringing her sound healing practice to the Bay Area this month.
In 2019, the group is headed in a sparser, more vulnerable direction.
With a fluidly lackadaisical cocoon of sonic rhythms, Astronauts etc. postulates the impossible with a delicate and beautiful ease.
The Oakland venue is celebrating with several big-name shows, and it’s still committed to helping local acts.
Over the last decade plus, Oakland’s Adam Ohana — better known by the stage name An-ten-nae — has built a small empire in the world of electronic music.
The burgeoning street poet and producer reflects on his banner year of releasing music and dodging ballistic missiles.
The Oakland nonprofit trains students on beat-making and the creative life.
Chaz Bear is back in the East Bay with fresh ideas and sounds.
The band draws on punk, funk, jazz, and more to create a fresh Bay Area sound.
The band embraces non-hierarchal songwriting on its latest folk record.
The breakout emcee shows a softer side on his latest record.
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