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“I have to acknowledge that Trump won,” Charles Albright says. “He didn’t just do a mildly successful local band based on the fakeness of celebrity. He rules the world with the fakeness of celebrity.”
Sacramento’s Allyson Seconds revisits her debut album.
Essay: The COVID-19 pandemic ended live concerts. Live streams just aren’t the same, especially when no one is watching. “I miss live shows” is the…
Sacramento-based duo Weathering had just started practicing regularly with a full band before the pandemic hit. Elinor Carbone and Alex Acuna (formerly of Anxious Arms) and their new lineup hadn’t yet played a show before venues began closing.
Local musician Justin Farren will donate record proceeds to Habitat for Humanity and the American Red Cross.
If you’re a regular attendee of Sacramento’s monthly noise-brunch, Audio Waffle, you’re well aware that Norcal Noisefest begins Friday night and continues through Sunday evening….
“I think originally after we saw Lady Bird, we thought, ‘Let’s make our own film called Manbird’—just kind of a joke where I wandered around the streets of Sacramento or whatever. But then I thought, ‘Wow, gotta make a song out of this.’”
This record is—in the best way—not for dancing; it’s for swaying. Or, to make my recommendation hyper-specific to Sacramento, it’s a record to be absorbed while laying on your floor under your wall-unit AC on 100-degree-plus days.
Unless you’re looking for it—and that’s if you listen to terrestrial radio at all—you’ll probably miss KJAY 1430 AM/98.1 FM on your dial. But the…