Dan Ashley – ‘What Really Matters’

In ‘What Really Matters’, Dan Ashley puts life into perspective. He sings about the miraculous encounters he has faced and the traumatizing stories he has heard, proving that all of our priorities are relative.

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The Bobbleheads – ‘Joey’

San Francisco’s The Bobbleheads are back with their latest release, ‘Joey’.

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Beso Rebelde Set To Release Brand New Single ‘Neon’

With an official release date of 7 November, Latin synth-pop artist Beso Rebelde’s latest single, ‘Neon’, is a powerful track which blends intricate rhythms, driving bass lines, and an infectious vocal.

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The Bobbleheads – ‘I Really See You’

Everything about San Francisco’s The Bobbleheads feels effortlessly classic: from their 12 string Rickenbacker guitars, to their sweet sweet multi-part harmonies, to the joy and love that emanates from their live performances, and to every single one of their releases. Formed in 2003, their latest single, is a hopeful track from their most recent album, ‘Myths & Fables’.

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Arthur Pri¢e – ‘Dark Days’

Taking his inspiration from everyday life, Arthur is originally from San Francisco, but now makes his home in Alameda, just outside of Oakland. He doesn’t consider himself to be a “Bay Area” musician, but instead feels his music has its very own style – unique and experimental.

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EMPRESS – ‘Lovely I Am’

EMPRESS has spent over a decade telling the stories of others through theatre and dance, and has now finally decided to tell her own. Her debut single, ‘Lovely I Am’, is a soft electropop melody, which relaxes you with soulful vocals and thought provoking lyrics.

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Soft People Get ‘Tender’ With New Single Out July 12

Late last year we introduced readers to Soft People, a husband and husband duo from San Luis Obispo, almost exactly in between San Francisco and LA. Their song ‘Absolute Boy’, struck us with its deeply personal lyrics, and 80s stylings, and we really enjoyed their sound. So we’re happy to announce that their new single, ‘Tender’, is set for release this Friday July 12, ahead of their performance at The California Central Coast Pride Festival that weekend.

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Latin Synth-Pop Artist Beso Rebelde Releases New Single, ‘Canta’

Out today ‘Canta’ is the debut single from synth pop artist Beso Rebelde.

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Chris James and the Showdowns – ‘Somewhere Out In California’

From the title of the track you might think that Chris James is singing about his location, but in actuality, it’s an autobiographical look at what happened when he took stock of his life, and considered what opportunities might arise if he packed up and moved “somewhere out in California”.

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Liz Kennedy – ‘Hike Up Your Socks’

We last caught up with San Francisco based singer songwriter Liz Kennedy this time last year, with the release of her track, ‘Everyone Knows How It Goes’. Now she’s hiking up her socks in a love letter to San Francisco – in particular Telegraph Hill, historic North Beach, and the steep and spectacular slopes that say so much about the city. She presents herself as a woman who is more than just enchanted by her community and surroundings, she is also deeply invested in her neighbourhood, with the message of her song clearly saying, “a life well lived is one that’s deeply rooted in the local community”.

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Netflix Original Limited Series ‘TALES OF THE CITY’ Launching June 7, 2019

Inspired by the books of Armistead Maupin, Netflix Original Limited Series, Armistead Maupin’s ‘Tales of the City’ begins a new chapter in the beloved story.

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All Is Not As It Seems With ‘I Really See You’, First Track From The Bobbleheads New Album, ‘Myths And Fables’

Formed in San Francisco back in 2003, self-described power-pop band The Bobbleheads will release their new album, ‘Myths And Fables’, on March 29. First song and video is the deceptively peppy ‘I Really See You’.

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‘Marnie’ From Bay Area Rockers China Is A Retro Sounding Track From A Retro Sounding Album

‘Marnie’ is taken from the album, ‘And Then Nothing Happened’, from Bay Area based folk-rock band, China. A retro sounding track that would easily find a home on the soundtrack of an old west themed film or TV series. The album is set for release on 22 Febuary, via Royal Oakie Records.

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Ashley Wilson Wants To ‘Paint The Sky’

Based in San Francisco, Ashley Wilson’s new album, ‘Paint The Sky’, will immediately strike you as somehow very familiar, while at the same time, something you’ve never heard before. Jazz-influenced, with a touch of pop and country folk, there’s bound to be a song for everyone on the album.

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Urban Fu$e – ‘Splurge’

‘Splurge’ is the latest track from multi-national collaboration, Urban Fu$e. We first wrote about them back in October last year, with their song, ‘Can’t Steal My Deal’.

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Worth Taking Ask ‘Am I The Only One’ With New Single

Describing themselves as what Taylor Swift would sound like if she was a rock band, San Francisco-based trio Worth Taking blend raw punk sounds with infectious, sweet vocals. Their most recent single, ‘Am I The Only One’, while not overtly political, addresses the feeling of being the only person to notice what’s happening in the world. It’s the latest in a long line of their songs, which have examined relatable themes such as love, hope, and our ongoing struggle with morality.

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