December 31st, 2021

Moonalice, the 10-piece Bay Area collective known for bringing peace, love, and happiness wherever they go, releases their uplifting anthem “Woo Woo.” Written by The T Sisters’ Rachel Tietjen, who now is a member of Moonalice along with her sisters, “Woo Woo” is a song about living in the moment. “Woo Woo” is the second single that the renowned group has released since signing to Nettwerk in late 2021. It follows Moonalice’s rendition of “Time Has Come Today” fronted by Lester Chambers.

Moonalice 2022 Tour Dates

Feb 25 – Felton Music Hall – Felton, CA

Feb 26 – Sweetwater Music Hall – Mill Valley, CA

April 10 – Skull & Roses – Ventura, CA

April 15 & 16 – Soul Revival’s Grateful Easter Weekend – Ukiah, CA

April 22 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA

April 23 – River Theater – Guerneville, CA

June 4 – Freight & Salvage Festival – Berkeley, CA

June 5 – Redwood Mountain Faire – Felton, CA

June 12 – Hog Farm Hideaway – Laytonville, CA

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March 17th, 2021

Kezia is a 21 year-old Tanzanian-American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Today she announces her debut ep claire out May 28 on Never Seven. In honor of the EP announcement, kezia is releasing “Sunshine.”

“When I wrote ‘SUNSHINE,’ I thought the ‘you’ was my boyfriend at the time. But when I listen to the ‘you’ now, I know it’s me, my own self. The song’s about how before I learned to be myself, I would be largely absent. I would steamroll over my inconvenient inconsistencies; I would replace ego with shadow and hope with fear.”

https://open.spotify.com/artist/3Tyez015JVVZwhnF6YFVOI?si=DN5Jp0QoRQaNGrWfH4-OqA&nd=1

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October 23rd, 2020

Samantha Margret is a powerful artist from San Francisco. Her latest single “Feminist gf” was produced by John Caviness. The single came out earlier this month. The video is out today.

“Feminist gf” was inspired by a frustrating Zoom meeting with a man who claimed to be a feminist, but his words and actions during the session didn’t demonstrate that. “After the call, I was mad at him; I was mad at myself,” Margret explains. “Sometimes it cuts deeper when that kind of patriarchal hurt comes from someone you think is on your team. I think of myself as really outspoken and try to be the first to speak up when another woman is in trouble, but I sometimes have trouble when the comments are directed at me.”

“I always try to write songs with messages I want to spread. They are all about living in joy and power. They’re unashamed and ready to have a good time.

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