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July 16, 2015 | Cale Wiggins
One of the headliners at this year’s World Fest, Ghanaian roots reggae artist Rocky Dawuni, has performed with Stevie Wonder, Keb Mo and Bono. Dawuni's work as a humanitarian with Hillary Clinton, Bishop Desmond Tutu and others is equally impressive.
July 13, 2015
Around the world, new albums will now be released on Fridays. While the change is meant to help keep music from leaking early online, it could create some new headaches for music sellers.
July 9, 2015 | Melody Stone
Ambient-indie three-piece, Ghostplay, releases a new EP this week. We talk with guitarist Leticia Garcia about the album, the band and why they don't have a bassist.
July 6, 2015
Famous for its live jams, the band also benefited from spontaneity in its business dealings — especially once it realized fan loyalty could be used to create new fans.
June 26, 2015 | Nick Brunner
The Oakland-by-Sacramento band Sister Crayon has released the video for “Ride | Die” in honor of today’s Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.
June 24, 2015 | Melody Stone
Following a stabbing that left three members of the Sacramento music scene badly injured and some out of work, the music community has organized several fundraisers for the victims.
June 22, 2015
Husband-wife team Erik Jensen and Jessica Blank talk about their play based on the life and writings of legendary rock scribe Lester Bangs.
June 17, 2015 | Melody Stone
The Davis Music Festival takes place this weekend with dozens of diverse, musical acts. Many have graced the CapRadio studios through the years. We dove into the archives to bring you some of our favorite performances.
June 12, 2015 | Melody Stone
I Am Strike's new EP, Low Standards, deals with poignantly personal emotions surrounding a breakup. The album comes out Tuesday June 23. Kelly Rosenthal of I Am Strikes talks about her journey and writing process.
June 8, 2015
Everybody Down, the new album by the English rapper and poet, is a series of glimpses into the lives of everyday Londoners. "You need to take yourself away ... so your characters can speak," she says.