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071 – Sensitive Badass: Bucky Sinister (1/2)

071 – Sensitive Badass: Bucky Sinister (1/2)

January 31, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Bucky Sinister is a poet, self-help author, and a comedian. He’s also a published journalist with focus on film reviews, and he’s written a few short stories. Erik Core interviews Bucky about his move from the mid-west to the Bay Area to hang out with the beat poets and punk rockers, his recovery from drugs and […]

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070 – Relic of the Modern World: Kurdt Vanderhoof

070 – Relic of the Modern World: Kurdt Vanderhoof

January 15, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

Kurdt Vanderhoof is a musician well known as the guitarist and songwriter of the pioneering heavy metal band Metal Church. Sometimes referred to as the other “Curt” from Aberdeen, Washington, he has played in many groups including The Lewd, Hall Aflame, Vanderhoof, and Presto Ballet.  In all aspects of his music, he strives for an […]

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069 – TeaganIsm

069 – TeaganIsm

December 31, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

TeaganIsm is a punk rocker, model, and performance artist in Oakland, California. She grew up in Portland, Oregon, then moved to the Bay Area to live in the punk rock community warehouse known as HAZMAT where she befriended many folks, including local Oakland Pyrate Punx, and soon began performing at punk rock shows and events with […]

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068 – New Mission: Hermann Lara

068 – New Mission: Hermann Lara

December 15, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Saxophonist and composer Hermann Lara is a product of the San Francisco’s jazz sound and tradition. Born and raised in the City’s vibrant Mission District, his musical credits range from performances with the local funk group Stymie & the Pimp Jones Luv Orchestra and stints with the Ray of Light Theatre Company to engagements with […]

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067 – Alexandra and the Starlight Band

067 – Alexandra and the Starlight Band

November 30, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

Alexandra Starlight started her musical career in the punk rock bands The Daggers, and later moved to The Holograms in 2004.  She then formed The Hollywood Harlots, which Sugarbuzz Magazine described as the “gritty spawn of The New York Dolls” blended with the “dirty girl appeal”…of The Runaways, where she quickly earned the reputation as the female Iggy Pop […]

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066 – Bohemian Soul Diva: Antonia Vai

066 – Bohemian Soul Diva: Antonia Vai

November 15, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Antonia Vai is a 24-year old singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sweden, well-established on the music scene of Stockholm. She has been called a “Bohemian Soul Diva”,  mixing the elegance of a pop star, with the free spirit of a hippy, and she has is clearly been influenced by folk. Focused on storytelling, shaped by […]

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065 – Train Keeps a Rolling: The Yes Go’s

065 – Train Keeps a Rolling: The Yes Go’s

October 31, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

The Yes Go’s are truly an original San Francisco Band. With two natives and a long-time resident, you know the music is a reflection of the city itself. Original, quirky and without shame, The Yes Go’s will give you a set in which no song sounds remotely like another. This trio has punk rock punch […]

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