Ed Bedford 4:19 p.m., July 27
Interview with Steph Johnson, making strides on the jazz front after dumping the funk and R&B.
Makeout Weird helps bridge the gap between new media at UC San Diego and down-and-dirty experimental performance in the real world.
Rapper/songstress believes wasting time is ancestral treason. She also has a mean Scrabble game.
Interview with Robin Roth, the 91X music director/veteran unafraid to put on the boxing gloves.
Interview with Jack Pinney, drummer in Iron Butterfly’s first rhythm section (no, he didn’t do “the Solo”).
‘We’re a song-oriented harmony duo, with a little spin on the ball,” says Sven-Erik Seaholm, who, with wife Brooke Mackintosh, is one half of Seaholm Mackintosh. “I guess you could call it indie acoustic, with ...
Mario Escovedo, a Dragon unashamed to stand up for the Carpenters.
Rock critic Richard Meltzer talks about his former columnist gig at the Reader and his new project with Mike Watt: Spielgusher.
Interview with J.D. Boucharde, music teacher and no fan of American Idol.
Guitarist Jeffrey Joe Morin describes his performances as “Generally genre non-specific. I archive, treasure, and exhibit 20th-century American-standard songs of love, romance, and dramatic introspection.”
Songwriter Paul Kamanski goes way back with Country Dick Montana and that whole Beat Farmers scene.