“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.
Due to the extreme length of this 2012 year-end recap, Michael Fortes recommends that you skip ahead to the entry on Joey Dosik.
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.
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.
Ambitious, charming, and possessing a spine-shivering voice, Anna Ash took Parlour to Parlour straight to the ballroom for the series’ 30th interview.
The Parlour to Parlour journey takes an unexpected turn as Michael Fortes spotlights Bryant Denison’s gypsy voodoo folk rock collective The Beehavers.
From the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, Michael Fortes runs through his top picks for the best albums of 2010.
She’s like Mary Hopkin with sex appeal, and her voice is like a jazz saxophone in the hands of a master. Her name is Anna Ash, and you want to know her. Now.