Bay area native Cava Menzies hails from a long line of musical talents; her father, an accomplished jazz trumpeter and early member of the Herbie Hancock sextet, while her mother is a classically trained flautist. Nick Phillips, another Bay area resident, is a trumpet player, composer, songwriter and highly coveted jazz producer. Cava and Nick came by the office with Paul Eastburn (bass) and Elizabeth Goodfellow (drums) to perform “You” from their self released album, Moment To Moment.
Typhoon, an 11-piece band from Portland, is known for making both music that ranges from quiet to anthemic. Lead singer and guitarist, Kyle Morton came by the office with Shannon Rose Steele (vocals/violin) to do an intimate version of “CPR” from their album ‘Hunger and Thirst’ on Tender Loving Empire.
Katie Herzig is a singer-songwriter currently based in Nashville. Her live show is a dynamic full-band set that is as intimate as it is epic. Katie and her band came by the office to play “Frequencies” from her latest album Walk Through Walls on Marion-Lorraine Records.
Last month, we announced that you could download Pandora in the Pebble app store for iOS. We’ve already seen a great response to the first “wearable” technology device that Pandora is available on, so we’re thrilled to share that the Pebble app is now available for Android smartphone users as well.
Just like on iOS, Android users can now view and change stations, thumb songs up and down, skip, play and pause tracks using your Pebble. If you already have a Pebble that is paired to your mobile device, you should get a notification that you can install the Pandora for Pebble app, or you can start the install process at any time from the Pebble Settings Page. Read More →
The Dismemberment Plan is a Washington, DC based indie rock band featuring Eric Axelson (bass), Jason Caddell (guitar), Joe Easley (drums), and Travis Morrison (vocals and guitar). The four piece came by Pandora’s Oakland HQ to play “Let’s Just Go To The Dogs Tonight” from ‘Uncanney Valley‘ on Partisan Records.
The Pebble Smartwatch began its life with a simple question: what if a watch could pair with your phone and run apps right from your wrist? We’re happy to announce that Pandora is now one of the apps that can be controlled from only an arm’s length away. Starting today, you can download Pandora in the Pebble app store for iOS. This is the first “wearable” technology device that Pandora is available on, so we’re excited to provide yet another way to take Pandora with you wherever you go.
Using the Pebble, you can view and change stations, thumb songs up and down, skip, play and pause tracks – all from your wrist! If you already have a Pebble that is paired to your mobile device, you should get a notification that you can install Pandora, or you can start the install process at any time from the Pebble Settings Page. Read More →