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Monica Pasqual is a bay area luminary, best known as the wildly gifted singer/ songwriter/ pianist behind Blame Sally, The Planet Ranch, and The Handsome Brunettes. Monica has won 5 Independent Music Awards and 6 Emmys (and counting).

"Known for consistently thrilling audiences with their energetically intense live performances, the group produces addictive rock n’ roll – with only two people, and not one guitar in sight..."

(Hot Hot Beats, 2015)

Award-winning singer/songwriter, Kress Cole creates haunting novellas in the form of indie folk songs. Says legendary folk-pop artist, Dar Williams: "Kress makes the ordinary sacred."

The rowdy San Francisco supergroup, Clair, includes the legendarily powerhouse vocals of, Maria Stamford, virtuoso guitarist, Shelly Doty, and drum maniac, Mark Abbott. And the tunes rock!

With in-depth interviews and conversation,The Black Female Project Podcast celebrates black women who are thriving in the workplace, and also reveals the true magnitude of the challenges they face every day. 

Singer-songwriter Melanie Berdofe offers up, "Refuge"-- eleven songs that deploy her deft use of folk-rock stylings to deliver a debut that is tender, raw, funny, and  stealthily devastating. A perfect album to sit down and absorb in these uneasy times.

Vocal powerhouse, Erica Hockett's  huge range can go from angelic to bawdy in one line.  A UK native, she sings fresh renditions of traditional British and Irish ballads, jigs and reels. The band includes a large circle of players/ friends that includes Anne Bingham Goess on fiddle, Charlie Hancock on accordion, Chris Hammond on guitar, and Jason Courtney on bouzouki., and Tom Lindemuth on whistles and percussion.

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"...it's this sense of weirdness peppered through The Creak's agile newgrass that makes the band equal parts intriguing and appealing....and that shows in their effortlessly complex arrangements and their crisp unity." (No Depression)