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, songstress Laura Mvula spoke to us about her unique beginnings, music interests and performing at Coachella 2014. San Francisco Bay Area band, Finish Ticket, will be releasing their debut album on Atlantic Records on May 19, 2014, and spoke about their origins, the new album and more. The Black Keys reign supreme at the top spot on our top 10 countdown; check out the list and the vids on this page on the right side!

Laura Mvula attended the Birmingham Conservatoire in Birmingham, England, having graduated with a degree in composition. She spent years singing in various groups and choirs before she got inspired to write her own songs. However, it was during her time as a receptionist that she got inspired to send out demos of her work. British composer, Steve Brown took notice and soon after RCA Records signed her and released her debut album, “Sing To The Moon” in 2013. During our interview, she speaks about those early days, her musical interests, those of her husband and more.

B-Sides On-Air: Interview-Laura Mvula Talks Early Days, Coachella

Up and coming band, Finish Ticket has gained quite a following in their home base of the San Francisco Bay Area over the last four years. Winning a local band competition to open for a radio festival, the band quickly gained momentum playing to sold out clubs, opening for Billy Idol and getting signed to Atlantic Records. The band had released their debut album, “Tears You Apart” independently in 2013, however, the band reworked a few songs and will be re-releasing the album on May 19, 2014. During our interview, the guys from the band spoke with B-Sides host, Pete Mar about their origins shared with other notable names from their high school and more.

B-Sides On-Air: Interview-Finish Ticket Talks Origins, Album

We also featured great music by:

WOODKID – “I Love You”

WOODKID - I Love You (Quintet Version)