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Premiere: Otherly "Calendars"

We are proud to be able to premiere the new single, "Calendars", from Otherly. This is the third single from the band's forthcoming debut album, Darkling, which is due out February 28th.

This is the genre-blurring music of Justin Samuel Martin who is accompanied by his former Automata bandmate Rachel Sarah Thomas throughout the album.

You can help Otherly celebrate the release of this album on Febraury 28th at The Whistler.

Tiny Kingdoms "Rose Gold"

Indie Pop Quartet Tiny Kingdoms has released a new single, "Rose Gold" b/w "Coasting". 2019 saw the band release two singles and we can only hope that all of this is leading to a new album.

This is the work of Jake Newling (Drums), Nico Miura (Guitar/Vocals), Nick Collis (Bass), and Ryan Mitchell (Guitar).

You can catch Tiny Kingdoms at Cobra Lounge on February 23rd with Bilmuri, Overgrow, and Furlough.

Silverware releases video for “Finish Line”

San Francisco-based Silverware is led by Ainsley Wagoner, a native Kentuckian whose roots infiltrate her songs. Her sound is inspired by Appalachian sparseness and is layered with electric guitars, synths, and ethereal vocals. Her new video for “Finish Line” came out last month and we’re glad to share the dancing joy. -Lucille Faulkner

Silverware - Finish Line | Music Video from Ainsley Wagoner on Vimeo.

ROBOTS&BALLOONS releases third single from debut EP "I'll Be Fine"

Grammy-nominated producer Eric Denniston, releasing music as ROBOTS&BALLOONS, put out his third single "I'll Be Fine" this past week; it is the third single from his upcoming debut EP Stranded. With grungy tones and a persistent bassline, "I'll Be Fine" explores themes of loneliness and isolation stemming from the ending of a romance. The song pushes, but it knows when to pull its punches, simulating the feelings of someone messing with your head. The emotion comes through in "I'll Be Fine", and it further sets the stage for what's to come on Stranded when it drops later this year. Take a listen to "I'll Be Fine" below. - Will Sisskind

Sour Widows’ “Tommy” video hits the waves

Last week Oakland-based Sour Widows released one of their first singles, “Tommy” off their upcoming self-titled EP. The EP was recorded at Fantasy Studios just before they closed (and in part over at Decibelle Studios in SF). The song is dreamy and full of hooks and melodies we crave. The band is playing a few upcoming shows, including some SXSW spots. Be sure to check them out! -Lucille Faulkner

Upcoming shows 1.19 - San Francisco - Club Night, Patio 2.16 - San Francisco - KXSF Live Session 3.16-3.22 - Austin - SXSW 4.2 - San Francisco - Ratboys

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