Spend enough time checking out live music in the San Francisco Bay Area and eventually you’re bound to cross paths with master percussionist and composer Dave Mihaly. A long-time San…
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With a sound that combines the hypnotic vibe of Mazzy Star and the drones of John Cale-era Velvet Underground, Annie Girl and The Flight soar like no other.
The shamelessly rock n’ roll Ryan Parks of B. Hamilton sat down for an f-bomb laden Parlour to Parlour interview. Cover your kids’ ears for this one.
Singer/pianist/songwriter Debbie Neigher has a voice that commands attention, one that could entrance the same audience that made a star out of Adele.
One of the latest instrumental groups to spring up in the Bay, while new to most of us, is actually a duo with a long history and an uplifting story of hope.
“I’m trying to write songs, not create a sound.” Jessi Phillips’ guiding philosophy for Eight Belles ought to resonate strongly with regular Popdose followers.
Psychedelic hero Mark Matos explains the concept of the Family Folk Explosion and details his upcoming boxed set in part two of his Parlour to Parlour interview.
Psych/folk/rock torch-bearer Mark Matos connects his music to a unique vision of “the New Weird West” in the first of a two-part Parlour to Parlour interview.
An all-women’s choir playing in the same venues on the same nights as indie rock and folk bands? That’s exactly what Conspiracy of Venus is.
What do Fox & Woman and Country Joe McDonald have in common? Hint: it has nothing to do with Woodstock…
“They’re so talented, I’d just hate them if they weren’t so damned nice!”
California garage pop torch bearers The Blank Tapes go hi-fi for the first time with the first single from their forthcoming Vacation album.
“It’s like hearing any of your five favorite primo-voiced pop princesses aiming for, and succeeding at, creating high art.”
Parlour to Parlour is back! After a year-long hiatus, the beloved video interview series is reborn in 2013 in a live talk show format.
Bay Area songstress Ash Reiter delivers a second full-length album that’s concise, full of exciting modern pop productions, and packed with hit-worthy tracks.
Anna Ash’s new video for “Heartbreak Season” is full of dancers, sparklers, and flirtatious boys and girls.
The shimmering debut album from Oakland’s Anna Ash is finally here, and it’s full of charm and romance.
Before Parlour to Parlour closes the door on 2011, we have a special treat for you: two exclusive live performances by power pop purveyor Bart Davenport.
San Francisco’s folk hero, Sean Hayes, gifted us with a Parlour to Parlour interview at his own private studio in the series’ final interview of 2011.
Fusing elements of indie pop, soul and West African highlife, Bells has quickly emerged as one of the most exciting new bands in the Bay Area today.
Parlour to Parlour heads outdoors once again, this time for a psych-folk-rock trip with Joshua Bruner of the great Northern California band Magic Leaves.
With a voice as smooth as silk, and a style as distinctive as a Maserati, how is Bay Area indie pop institution Bart Davenport not yet a household name?
Hailing from Oakland, California, Quinn DeVeaux talks about the hybrid of gospel, blues and R&B that he calls blue beat in this month’s Parlour to Parlour.
Native San Franciscan Obo Martin weaves tales of love and adventure into a celebratory mix of Irish and American folk music. Now he welcomes you into his home.
He’s a gangster, a magician, a world-traveled musician and published author, holding his audiences in rapt attention without even trying. Meet Michael Musika.
Ambitious, charming, and possessing a spine-shivering voice, Anna Ash took Parlour to Parlour straight to the ballroom for the series’ 30th interview.
Berkeley-based singer/songwriter/NorCal girl Ash Reiter radiates characteristically casual grace in this month’s Parlour to Parlour.
The Parlour to Parlour journey takes an unexpected turn as Michael Fortes spotlights Bryant Denison’s gypsy voodoo folk rock collective The Beehavers.
No, it’s not Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood – but it’s close! Sean Olmstead of fpodbpod gives us a tour of his funhouse in this month’s Parlour to Parlour.
In the first Parlour to Parlour episode of the year, Michael Fortes pays a visit to The Blank Tapes’ Matt Adams.