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Music in SF provides interviews with some of the biggest names in the live music scene in San Francisco, the Bay Area and Beyond. Music in SF features interviews, Q&As and portraits with both Bay Area, San Francisco bands as well as National musical acts.

Bebe Rexha and Marc E. Bassy
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Q&A: Marc E. Bassy

Bay Area singer-songwriter, Marc E. Bassy, just released his debut album Gossip Columns, which features cameos from big names like Kehlani, KYLE, YG, Bobby Brackins, Hailee Steinfeld, Thundercat and G-EAZY (including their platinum-certified song “You and Me”). About the new release, Marc said, “I chose this album title because these tracks are essentially sensationalized stories… Keep Reading

KMFDM
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Q&A: Sascha Konietzko of KMFDM

KMFDM stands for Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid, which at one point was loosely translated by the band as “no pity for the majority.” To this day they’ve remained true to this vision and with their latest release, Hell Yeah, are spreading their movement of non-conformity louder than ever. According to the singer Sascha Konietzko, the… Keep Reading

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Q&A: Songhoy Blues to Play Bimbo’s 365 Club

Songhoy Blues is a blues/rock band from Timbuktu, Mali, which formed after Jihadists took over their homes and imposed Sharia law that included a ban on all forms of music. Since leaving the homeland, the quartet has released the critically-acclaimed Music in Exile and just recently released a new LP entitled, Résistance, which Rolling Stone calls one… Keep Reading

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Q&A: Everything Everything

British band Everything Everything are set to land on North American land this Fall with a string of headlining tour dates. Starting on October 9 at San Francisco’s Bimbo’s 365 Club, the Manchester four-piece will also be making stops in Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, D.C, and Cambridge to support their soon-to-be-released album “A… Keep Reading

Lili Holbrook
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Q&A: Lily Holbrook

I was first introduced to folk rock singer Lily Holbrook almost 10 years ago by accident on Youtube. What intrigued me the most about her was that here was this young lady that looked like a pop starlet with her perfect cheekbones and big beautiful doe eyes, singing these heavy and melancholic songs with deep poignant… Keep Reading

Japanese Breakfast
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Q&A: Japanese Breakfast

Japanese Breakfast is the solo musical project of Michelle Zauner of Little Big League, a project that she started while tending to her family back home in Oregon when her mother was diagnosed with cancer. About the project, NPR was once  quoted as saying that it, “Mines the dark drama of Vangelis and the melancholic… Keep Reading

The Seeds
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Q&A: 60s Legends The Seeds

California’s legendary garage-rock/proto-punk band The Seeds, a band most famous for their hit “Pushin’ Too Hard” and for coining the term “Flower Power,” are making a little bit of a comeback these days. The band that’s been credited with influencing artists like Iggy Pop and The Ramones, are currently enjoying a new wave of success… Keep Reading

QUIÑ
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Q&A: QUIÑ

At just 20 years of age, Los Angeles artist QUIÑ has already carved out her own genre of music; something that she calls “Fantasy Soul.” It’s a sound that she first introduced to the world with her debut EP Galactica, which was released in the Fall of last year. She’s been touring ever since with… Keep Reading

Meg Mac | Music in SF
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Q&A: Aussie Singer/Songwriter Meg Mac

Melbourne artist, Meg Mac recently released her long-awaited debut album, “Low Blows,” which debuted at #1 on the Australian overall iTunes and Alternative charts and #6 on the US singer/songwriter charts. Reflecting on recording the album Meg explains, “I’d met the Niles City Sound guys when they were touring with Leon Bridges; Austin Jenkins, Josh… Keep Reading

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Q&A: Jocelyn & Chris Arndt to Play the Hotel Utah

Jocelyn & Chris are a New England duo consisting of a brother and sister that have a passion for the Blues and Rock, a style of music that they grew up with since the time they can remember.  “We grew up on a steady diet of rock n’ roll, jazz, and Blues, and that helped… Keep Reading

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