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Interview: Americana Duo The Easy Leaves

The Easy Leaves (photo credi: Next Level SF)

The Easy Leaves answer some fun questions ahead of their performance at the 2013 Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park this Sunday, August 11. Read More »

Interview: Los Angeles Indie Band Milo Greene

Milo Green (photo credit: Cara Robbins/BB Gun Press)

Bandmate Graham Fink answers questions about Milo Greene and performing at this year's Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Read More »

Interview with San Francisco Indie Rock Group Cool Ghouls

post-interview polaroid with Tang the dog

Cool Ghouls, a local SF band gaining popularity, sit down for an afternoon chat after a rad set at Phono del Sol. Read More »

Willie Nile – The Best Musician You’ve Never Heard Of – Yet

Cover American Ride Willie Nile

"Music is to be shared just as life is to be shared and I've had the opportunity to do both with a great many people". Read More »

Interview: Rock Pioneer Commander Cody

The pioneering bandleader talks about the Lost Planet Airmen, his current group, and other topics. Read More »

Interview: Vicci Martinez Discusses the Recent Success of Her Single, “Come Along”

Soulful singer-songwriter Vicci Martinez gets candid about her success with "Come Along" and experience on NBC's The Voice. Read More »

Interview: Megan Hilty of NBC’s Smash on Her Debut Album

A versatile actress, Broadway belter, and now pop songstress, Megan Hilty stretches out artistically on her debut CD. Read More »

Interview with Minus The Bear’s Guitar Wizard Dave Knudson

Knudson spoke in depth about his band's music, current tour, his gear, and how he was influenced by another great band, My Morning Jacket. Read More »

An Interview with Rod Argent

The Zombies are in demand now more than ever, and founding member Rod Argent explains why. Read More »

Interview: The Staves’ Jessica Staveley-Taylor Talks Dead & Born & Grown

"People can listen to the record and feel that they’re in the room with us," Jessica Staveley-Taylor of The Staves. Read More »