Best Bayarea podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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SB Nation Bay Area
Weekly+
 
An informed and irreverent look at the Bay Area sports scene free of East Coast bias. This podcast will take a look at all the stories we discuss at bayarea.sbnation.com
 
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Bassline Mantras
Monthly
 
Forward thinking music in a digital language best spoken by subwoofers. Bay area native musical selector, Dropper, takes you on a journey through the sounds of today’s most innovative, underground electronic music. To shine light on lesser known composers from around the globe is the mission. Expect to hear something different, as your host Dropper explores a vast collection of deeply rooted dub, mind bending glitch, chilled-out breakbeats, instrumental hip-hop and beyond.
 
A Sports Talks Show hosted by Sal Castaneda and Matt Steinmetz
 
Storied: San Francisco is a collection of stories about life in San Francisco and the Bay Area. The goal is to further enrich the experience of living here by learning about the many and varied people who've come before us, and who continue to add to the feeling that this place is special. This place, San Francisco, is special, and these stories illustrate that. I hope that you'll be inspired to share your own stories. After all, we're all in this together.
 
Are you kinda Conservative? Kinda Liberal? Definitely sick of having to pick sides and get offended? 'Conservatish with Peter Feliciano' is for you! Bay Area musician/comedian Peter Feliciano talks with guests from ALL walks of life and political orientation, pushing the boundaries of taboo talk and comedy.
 
Broadcasting SF Bay Area's music to you digitally.
 
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Sloane Kanter loves the drag queen scene in San Francisco. In a city in the midst of rapid and drastic changes, she sees that community as holding out strongly. In this podcast, Sloane talks about her passion for photographing drag queens. She mentions some of favorite venues and queens, and she ends the episode on a high note. ​We recorded thi ...…
 
Bert is a friend of mine, and a Mexican who's into Naruto. No se por que. We talk about illegal immigration, sex parties, Aziz Ansari, social construct vs. nature, BDSM, black kids killing black kids, and VHS hentai.
 
Sal Castaneda and Matt Steinmetz are putting the band back together. Or something like that. After a few months off, Sal and Steiny are back at it, talking about Bay Area sports and other stuff. The Warriors are set to get center DeMarcus Cousins back in a week or so, and it's going to dramatically change up the Warriors. How will the Warriors ...…
 
You might not know it, but somewhere in your house/apartment/flat/garage lives at least one or two posters from shows you certainly remember. They're there with other show posters, but what makes these distinctive is the artist who created them. In this podcast, Lil Tuffy shares how he got into the art of making show posters. He talks about the ...…
 
*CAUTION-ADULT* She's back. We talk about her being a pain-slut, smoking, nipple biting, Indian mens' B.O., cumming, good mean men, MILFs, Eminem-Dykes, and how girls intentionally test men.
 
Prolific AF poster artist Lil Tuffy moved to San Francisco in the late-1990s, as the city was about to experience its first tech bust. He came mostly for the music, although the company he was working for in Pittsburgh decided to relocate here around the same time. In this episode, Tuffy shares his story of moving to the city and immediately im ...…
 
Mark is back, this time in velour! We talk about Fauxcahontas, pussy hair, acid attacks, F.U.P.A., Muslims, good things Trump's done, and why mulatto dudes ain't no fun.
 
Probably one of the more foul string of rants I've ranted. I talk about treacherous Judd Apatow, bitches, joy, context, and how black lives matter doesn't think 'reality' does.
 
Robi is a Jewish Princess, emphasis on the Princess. We love each other. We talk about sex, Israel, pee breaks, identity, the Holocaust, and which race tips worst!
 
Liz is a half-Eskimo friend/fan of the podcast. 8 days before this recording, she woke up in the hospital with a brain hemorrhage. She doesn't remember what happened. We talk about surgery, the TL, getting sober again, PDX, and how amazing I am.
 
Morgan is a trans-woman and a comic/storyteller. We talk about 10 inch cocks, donuts, accountants, knives, abductions, falling 24 feet, leaving a box, pelvis, and prosthesis.
 
​Bhautik Joshi (S1E3) and David Brooks live in the same neighborhood. They're both artists, but their lives couldn't be more different. Go back and listen to Part 1 to discover the odd way that they met. In this episode, Bhautik and David talk about their neighborhood—Potrero Hill. For them, it's a microcosm of what's going on in the city as a ...…
 
Alex B. is a Libertarian who works in the Healthcare Industry. We talk about Obamacare, the beta males of Parks and Rec, abortion, college then vs. college now, the morals of politics, and dangly balls.
 
Back in November, at Two Storied Nights, a funny thing happened. In this podcast, David Brooks and Bhautik Joshi (whom you might remember from S1E3) talk about that night, which brought them together in a really unusual way. You can see some of David's art at his website. Check back Thursday (our last new podcast of 2018!), when David and Bhaut ...…
 
Please welcome The Mutilations for East Bay Shortwave's tenth episode!
 
Today's guest... bit of a creep... We talk about social media, up's and down's of performing, the color RED, failure, NOW, success, New York, and eating people.
 
In this podcast, K.R. shares what being a high school creative writing teacher means to her. She talks about the changes she’s seeing in San Francisco reflected in the students in her classes. Lastly, she describes how teaching kids to write gives them confidence that they can apply to any aspect of their lives. If you missed Part 1, when K.R. ...…
 
Mike the Southerner is BACK! This episode gets and stays weird. We talk shitty female comics, failed suicide, trans girls, real lesbians, golf, guns, dead raccoons, and the comedy store.
 
K.R. Morrison moved to San Francisco in 1997. In this podcast, she talks about the differences between people like her who came here in the late-'90s and those who've come over the past several years. She also describes what it was that drew her here and what's kept her calling San Francisco home for more than 20 years. Check back Thursday for ...…
 
Yelir is a beat-producer and DJ from the Outbound (outBOUND!). We talk about Task1ne, Asian drivers, hyperbole, shitty-ass Snoop Dogg, the Proud Boys, show etiquette, and Jerry Springfield.
 
In this episode, Maddy and I talk about various aspects of art, including Instagram "treasure hunts," putting on DIY art shows, and how artists are or are not surviving in today's economy. If you missed Part 1, please go back and listen. We recorded this podcast in Contra Costa County in November 2018. Film photography by Michelle Kilfeather…
 
Alanna and I went to an "emotional growth boarding school" 15 years ago. We talk CEDU, the times I was a peeping tom, lime disease, not bein a feminist, the right way to choke, FGM/Circumcision, eating ass, hypno-birth! https://www.bloodstainedmen.com
 
Painter Madeleine Tonzi moved to the Bay Area from Santa Barbara in 2007 to go to art school. She quickly fell in love with the drum 'n' bass scene in San Francisco and parties that featured underground musicians. In this podcast, Maddy shares her story of moving here. For her, the underground party scene gave way to visual arts. She talks abou ...…
 
UnLearn The World is a hilarious and talented rapper. We talk about race jokes, sensitive rappers, women who like dick pics, Fiona Apple, a white 6 vs. an Asian 9, why the Bay Area is depressed/anxious/passive aggressive, thirst, NY, and eating ass!
 
Jerry's back!!! Remember Jerry? You know, from episode 12? He was associated with the Bay Area Proud Boys last time we talked... turns out he's not anymore. We talk about being doxxed, strawberry candy, getting his facebook profile deleted, spicy mango candy, the racism of democrats, licorice candy, and fat broads with purple hair.…
 
Joe Aguirre got started taking photos thanks to his mother's being a packrat and his grandmother's love of photo albums. In this podcast, Joe shares what he loves about photography and how that led to his involvement with the Burn My Eye Photo Collective. In the second half of the episode, he talks about his nostalgia for San Francisco and the ...…
 
This episode starts with my song "the Floor is Wet". Julie & Aaron are my cute married friends. She is a dental hygienist and he is in IT. Taylor is their friend... he really knows his way around a bathroom. We talk about my drag personae 'Midnight Febreeze', Dicks Last Resort, dentistry, Western Career College, Blossom Hill in San Jose, Church ...…
 
Zebrana is a well-known musician and a mud-pie girl. She came all the way from Washington to record this with me. We talk about being an exotic dancer, Marley & Me, divorce, her teenage Christian punk band, losing religion/gaining faith, GWAR, being a woman in the trades, Alice Cooper, deciding not to have kids, hurricane parties, touring, and ...…
 
Melinda Uno knows some bad-ass women. In 2015, they hatched a plan to ride motorcycles across Mexico, with Melinda joining in to document the adventure. This podcast is the story of that ride. Melinda reflects on some of the lessons she learned on that trip and how they relate to what's going on here in San Francisco. If you missed Part 1, plea ...…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of Storied: San Francisco podcast. This season won't be too different from what you heard in Season 1. The changes are mostly cosmetic—new theme music, a new look for the website, that sort of thing. Michelle and I learned a lot the first year, and we hope to bring some fresh perspectives to this project. Our theme this seas ...…
 
That's right, he's back. Booooo! This episode starts with a song from a 2015 performance in Oakland. Then Will and I talk about NY, defending Louis CK, the worst jokes ever, universal healthcare, corny-ass Chris Cornell, rape porn, alimony, how SJW's don't/can't get properly fucked, snowboarding, Labyrinth-sex, and Dark Tongue Duck.…
 
This is a joint episode of Conservatish AND the Matthew Banks Podcast! Matthew Banks is a comedian from Mississippi who lives in NY. We talk about my foreskin, the worst kind of black person, laughing at body-positivity, alpha gays, the bar being lowered for female artists, race jokes (again), molestation, and a warm mouth!…
 
Lily Akopova is a Russian immigrant, Trump supporter, and member of the #WalkAway Movement. We talk about defending "grab 'em by the p..", the lack of real men, immigrating to the US, Maga hats, a "guy" kicking a pregnant woman because she is pro-life, and a group- all races, genders, and orientations- who are 'Walking Away' from the Democratic ...…
 
Ken Wyrsch was a soldier in the 82nd Airborne Infantry and, with the help of SPCAI, helped save Ollie the dog from Iraq. We talk about joining the Military in October 2001, context!, how mocking/teasing can show equality/love, jumping out of planes and shooting stuff, women in combat, racial equality, and muhammad vs. muhammad's brother or sumt ...…
 
Austin's a good dude.... a NERD.... but a good dude. We talk about the beginnings of video games (text adventures abound), not picking sides, Chinese culture, being 40, the animals in our bellies, dumb-dumbs with memes, and we get deep into Proud Boys v. Antifa. AND GOOD NEWS: there is now a Conservatish Discord Server.. a place for all Conserv ...…
 
Mike's a Southern boy who softened a bit after movin' West....... a bit. We talk about the words "faggot" and "nigger", loving all people, dark chocolate, the Rebel Flag, ass-eating, family, and a Legal Mexican Immigrant who voted for Trump.
 
It's been a minute. Michelle and Jeff take a break from their break to reflect on Season 1 and how Michelle got involved to begin with. We talk about getting ready for Season 2 and everything we're doing to set up our two-day event, Two Storied Nights, on Nov. 9 and 10. We're so happy to have brought you 49 different storytellers in Season 1, a ...…
 
Joe Watkins is my black frie-I MEAN good friend. He is a Veteran, a fan of comic-books, and the Founder of Stank Sauce!! We talk about preferring "black" to "African-American", playing the dozens in old school hip-hop, white guilt, coming home from the service, flag-burners, and the finest of gourmet, specialty sauces.…
 
CAUTION- This episode is very explicit and for adults only. This good lil girl stayed anonymous. We talk about her love of dick-sucking, various shades of monogamy, lies in the modern gender discussion, molestation, bisexuality, and motherhood.
 
Mark is an avid lover of hip hop and Trump... But he's not a Republican, don't worry. We talk about A Tribe Called Quest, cat-calling, MAGA, making fun of your own side, not having a side, and Kavanaugh v. Ford.
 
Dani is my valley-girl-sounding, tech-recruiting, Trump-supporting friend. We talk about why females must all think alike, Batman and Robin, race/gender quotas vs. genuine diversity, David Lynch, job preferences by gender, Lena Dunham, and abortion.
 
Kimberly is a former Derby-Girl and Comic. We chat about poly, doing stand-up, identity, moshing, derby, and my shirt!
 
As we learned in Part 1, Gary Weinstein moved to San Francisco in 1971 and started driving Muni buses right away. In this podcast, Gary shares some of the juicier stories from behind the wheel. He ends the episode talking about what prompted him to cover his body in tattoos. That's it for Season 1 of Storied: San Francisco. We hope you've enjoy ...…
 
Robby is my friend. He has worked in restaurants forever, and has been gay even longer! We talk about humorless lesbians, tiny peepees, poppers, Portland, porn stores, and living in New York during 9/11.
 
Gary Weinstein grew up in Buffalo, New York. He chose not to go to nursing school and decided instead, in 1971, to move to San Francisco. After a couple of short-lived gigs, he got a job driving Muni buses. In this podcast, Gary talks about his time with Muni, from his adventures while training to his distaste for driving light-rail vehicles. C ...…
 
Michael Jay is totally this dude's name. We talk about not being on social media, "Dookie", Patrice O'neal, Asians girlfriends, George Carlin, skateboarding, and sexy-ass Jason Alexander.
 
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