The Alternate Side
Based in San Francisco, Geographer actually has local roots thanks to singer and songwriter Michael Deni, a New Jersey native. Following a a series of family tragedies, Deni left the tri-state area and headed to the Bay Area for a fresh start. He began the buoyant electro-rock infused Geographer with cellist/keyboardist Nathan Blaz and drummer Brian Ostreicher and the trio released the much-acclaimed Innocent Ghosts in 2008.
Yukon Blonde's second album Tiger Talk might have been mostly written on the road, but the record reflects some home truths for the Canadian band: they really know how to write a fun, frank and ferocious rock song.
The Twin Cities hip hop scene has local luminaries like Atmosphere and Har Mar Superstar, but the rap collective Doomtree claims a strong mix of that region's most notable MCs and producers.
Fridays on FUV, Take Five with The Alternate Side. This week: Doomtree.
Really looking forward to my new on-air gig here at FUV, hosting The Alternate Side, Monday-Friday from 10pm-midnight. I’ve got n
Our new indie rock music channel The Alternate Side is up and running.