B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 11/18/2017: Alex Lahey Stays On Top, Pale Waves Debut

Alex Lahey stays on top with “Every Day's The Weekend” from her debut LP, I Love You Like A Brother . Pale Waves make their debut on the chart with "Television Romance", as Chromeo returns with a glimpse of their forthcoming album, Head Over Heels, with "Juice". SOFI TUKKER makes a big jump to the third spot, along with MGMT, who move up to four. Check out this week's Top 10! 15832

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Dan Croll Performs “Bad Boy”, Talks ‘Emerging Adulthood’, “Dial Dan”

UK artist Dan Croll emerged in 2017 with the album, Emerging Adulthood, the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Sweet Disarray, that was released in 2014. For Croll, his dream was not to be a professional musician— it was to be a pro rugby player. Unfortunately, a broken leg at the age of 17 forced him to look elsewhere, and he enrolled in the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts at the age of 18. It became clear he had quite the knack for songwriting, winning his school’s Songwriter of the Year award and a meet and greet with the

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 11/4/2017 – Alex Lahey Tops Chart

Alex Lahey tops the B-Sides Top 10 with "Every Day's The Weekend" from her impressive debut LP, I Love You Like a Brother, which was released last month. Wolf Alice takes a step back to the runner-up spot, while Walk the Moon and St. Vincent make moves up and MGMT debuts with the title track from their long-awaited forth-coming album, Little Dark Age. Check out this week's Top 10! 15733

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 10/21/2017 – Wolf Alice Remains On Top, St. Vincent Debuts

Wolf Alice stays on top of the chart with “Don’t Delete The Kisses” from their latest LP, Visions of A Life, while Dan Croll and Illenium remain locked in the third and runner-up positions, respectively. New music comes into the top 10 with “Los Ageless” by St. Vincent from her recently released album, Masseduction, as the other new entry comes in at 10 with the collaboration of Carnage and VINAI with “Time For The Techno”. Check out this week's Top 10! 15679

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 10/14/2017 – Wolf Alice Tops Chart, ZHU, Lo Moon Debut

After spending some time at the runner-up spot, Wolf Alice moves up to the top spot on the B-Sides Top 10 this week with “Don't Delete The Kisses” from their sophomore album, Visions of a Life. ZHU impressed many during the first weekend at Austin City Limits and his collaboration with Nero, "Dreams" debuts on the chart along with Lo Moon. Alex Lahey and Walk The Moon move up in tandem towards the middle of the chart. Check out this week's Top 10! 15643

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 9/30/2017 – ODESZA Tops Chart, Walk The Moon Debuts

ODESZA moves up to the top spot on the B-Sides Top 10 this week with “Line Of Sight” that features WYNNE & Mansionair. Wolf Alice hangs tight at the runner-up position with “Don’t Delete The Kisses” that comes from their sophomore album, Visions of a Life, which came out September 29th. Walk The Moon debuts with “One Foot” from their forthcoming album, What If Nothing, that comes out in November. Check out this week's Top 10! 15607

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 9/23/2017 – Washed Out Remains On Top, Illenium Debuts

Washed Out stays on top with the track "Hard To Say Goodbye", which is accompanied by an amazing video. Declan McKenna remains at the runner-up spot, while ODESZA leaps up to three. With the new album, Awake, Ilenium is on a roll having released the new material on September 21st and debuts on the chart with "Leaving". Another new entry is the very chill "Don't Delete The Kisses" by Wolf Alice. Check out this week's Top 10! 15600

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 9/9/2017 – Washed Out Tops Chart, Phantoms Debut

With the great visuals that accompany every track on their latest album, Washed Out tops the B-Sides Top 10 with "Hard To Say Goodbye". Declan McKenna moves up to the runner-up spot with "Humongous" as Odesza also moves up on the chart. Phantoms debuts with "Just A Feeling", a track that also features B-Sides favorite Vérité while Timmy Trumpet & Krunk! move up respectively. Check out this week's Top 10! 15556

WATCH: B-Sides On-Air Show Highlights 4/19/14 Interview with Dan Croll, Skaters

B-Sides On-Air is broadcast on KBCW-44/cable 12 in the San Francisco Bay Area every Saturday night after SNL at 1a. We know it may be a time when either making out or passing out. So, make sure to DVR us every week and check out some highlights from the show here! This past weekend, our good friend, Dan Croll, took time to talk about his debut album, “Sweet Disarray”, the San Francisco Giants and his penchant for 90s pop. New York City band, Skaters, performed their addictive song, “Deadbolt” and spoke about their origins, skate tricks and more.

ALBUM REVIEW: Sweet Disarray by Dan Croll

In late 2013, British artist Dan Croll caught the ears of fans and critics alike with his funky sound on his tantalizing singles "Home" and “Compliment Your Soul”, the second of which was featured on FIFA 14. The indie-pop artist released his debut album “Sweet Disarray” in March to rave reviews and marked himself as one of the artists to watch in 2014. “Sweet Disarray” features a seamless blend of global influences and eclectic arrangements. Tracks like “From Nowehere”, “Thinkin Aboutchu” thrive on a electronic hum and funky beats while slow jams like “Wanna Know”, “Can You Hear Me” and title

PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS: Austin City Limits 2013- Day Two

The second day of the Austin City Limits Music Festival was highlighted by the diverse sounds and weather that had the crowd fanning themselves during the day and bundling up at night. Headliners, The Cure gave a solid performance as lead singer, Robert Smith was animated and vocally strong. Not one for a lot of stage banter, Smith and co. let the music speak for itself, performing twenty six songs to a crowd that had skewed older but was also filled with some of Kendrick Lamar's audience. Lamar, the only rapper at the festival, had performed before the goth-rock headliners to