empty cellar records
Week in Pop: Catalog, DDCT, Eddington Again
Baseball Gregg, PANGS, Pastel, Semaphore, Spirit Plate, guest selections by wifisfuneral.
Week in Pop: Confident Hitmakers, Dazzletine, Wild Decade
Adult Karate, Brasil, FRAME, Quick Piss, Sarah P., Sunshine Faces, featuring guest selections by Hoops.
Week in Pop: Children of Pop, Exray’s, Joshua Winstead
Noname, Oddly Even, Pleather, Starchild, Young Scum, guest selections by JEFF the Brotherhood.
Week in Pop: Big Bill, Dru Barnes, Step Sisters, Superflower, TW Walsh
Barleaux, Jae Franklin, Stronger Sex, Syvia, Tropical Horses, Witching Waves, ft. guest—Lushlife.
Week in Pop: Dave Segedy, Eddington Again, Ocean Hope, Sun Glitters, Versing
Antlered Aunt Lord, Dzang, Jemima Surrender, Sierra Manhattan, guest selections by ZEMA.
Week in Pop: Anwar Sadat, FF, Lukas Creswell-Rost, Terrace, Zoners
AfterParty, Empty Palace, The Glass Child, co-curated by the Diamond District.
Cool Ghouls, “And It Grows”
Soundtrack to the marine layer.
Week in Pop: Human Touch (formerly GNTLMN), Hustle & Drone, Kiev, The Morning Clouds
Community Radio, Dada Plan, FVLCRVM, GYMSHORTS, co-curated by Face Tat.
Week in Pop: Caroline Says, Le Rug, Napolian
With Dasher, Mister Suit, Sorceress, The Sour Notes, White Blush, & more.
Week in Pop: Aunt Dracula, Brett, Dub Thompson, The Other Bones
With Walking Shapes, Young Boy, & more.
Dylan Shearer, “meadow mines (fort polio)”
SF singer-songwriter takes us to the patchwork landscape of memory.
Week in Pop: Le Man Avec Les Lunettes, Peace Creep, Waterstrider
Indie Italy, Bay Area buzz breakers, with support from Puerto Rico's La Quilombera.
How can I be a jam band? by Tim Cohen
An inspired ode to exploring a melody to its furthest reaches.
Premiere: Joseph Childress, “Dance With Me”
San Francisco songwriter brings you to the shoreline of a nature ordained baptismal in the Pacific.
Week in Pop: 14KT, BLSHS, Bonfires, TLGLTP, Tropic Harbour, The Visibles
Karat talk, mascara sans vowels, Future Lives premiere, UK by CAN indie dreamers, SF pop debuted.