What I’m Listening To: Jeremy Greene
artist / culture / Local Love / music / What I Am Listening To / Words.

What I’m Listening To: Jeremy Greene

What I’m Listening To is a series where we talk to exciting artists and musicians and get a five song slice of their current playlist.  – “Anything you’re working on should never become too comfortable. Otherwise you’ll start to sleepwalk through the experience, instead of really connecting to it.” Jeremy Greene, singer of Sacramento’s glam … Continue reading

A Gesture for VÉRITÉ.
artist / culture / Listen. / music / San Francisco / Shows

A Gesture for VÉRITÉ.

VÉRITÉ creates airy tracks with sparse instrumentations and repetitive lyrics. Her songs are atmospheric and her star is rapidly rising. The enigmatic artist sold out her first ever headlining tour last year, and included festival debuts at SXSW, Lollapalooza and Firefly in her list of achievements. She just dropped her new EP Living and already her singles ‘Constant … Continue reading

The Unsettling Universe of Robert Steven Connett.
art / artist

The Unsettling Universe of Robert Steven Connett.

Los Angeles artist Robert Steven Connett’s detailed depictions of aquatic, terrestrial and other-worldly environments will have the viewer squirming with curiosity. Connett’s intricate and vivid dreamlike paintings hold the viewer captive and fascinated, staring for minutes, moving from one element to another as if stuck  in a trance.  Connett’s paintings can make a viewer feel as if they … Continue reading

THE LIST: February 3 – February 10
art / artist / culture / Live Shows / Local Love / Out and About / sacramento / Shows / The List. / Things to do

THE LIST: February 3 – February 10

Art Hotel 916      Art Hotel 916 is an art exhibit that will be available from February 5-February 13 at an abandoned hotel at 1122 7th Street. The hotel is scheduled to be demolished mid-2016, and over 60 artists from around the world stepped up to make its final days memorable. Each room, including kitchens, … Continue reading

Listen: New Songs of The Wooden Sky
artist / Listen. / music

Listen: New Songs of The Wooden Sky

The Wooden Sky has announced the release of their fourth album, Let’s Be Ready, due June 16th from Nevado Music. This album marks an era of new beginnings for the Canadian band, as Let’s Be Ready was conceived amidst many changes for them, including parting ways with one of their founding members. To give each song a unique perspective and to encapsulate their raw … Continue reading

Hear: Slaptop’s New Video “Distraction”
artist / Listen. / music

Hear: Slaptop’s New Video “Distraction”

  San Francisco based producer Slaptop has recently released the music video for his new single “Distraction”. Directors Gabriel Gomez and Julien Melendez work together to distill the essence a night of spontaneity in the city that never sleeps, and follow-up Slaptop’s previous single,  “Sunrise”, which is well on its way to reaching 600,000 views. “Distraction” was chronologically filmed during one night in a New York … Continue reading

Manipulating Success
Albums / music

Manipulating Success

Ty Segall’s new album Manipulator, harkens back to the bygone days of the sixties and seventies, calling up visions of mad dancing and drugged out psychedelic swirls of colors. Manipulator’s sound is reminiscent of early David Bowie and Pink Floyd with dashes of Cheap Trick, Moody Blues, Bachman Turner Overdrive and Wolfmother for flavor. The … Continue reading

OK Go Comes to Sac
Live Shows / music / Music Videos / sacramento / Shows / Things to do / Words.

OK Go Comes to Sac

A Los Angeles band that’s become arguably as famous for their collection of whimsical music videos as their indie-pop sound will be at Sacramento’s Assembly Music Hall Tuesday, July 15. OK Go, a 16-year-old band that started in Chicago, has a sound and presence that has grown since their self-titled premiere album released in 2002. … Continue reading