About The Bay Bridged

Founded in 2006, The Bay Bridged is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization utilizing new media and presenting live events to support the San Francisco Bay Area’s indie rock, folk, and pop music communities.

Giveaway: Spiritualized at the Masonic

Wanna talk longevity in rock and roll? Let's talk Spiritualized.

The project of mastermind Jason Pierce, formed in 1990 in England, he's been at this big-sounds stuff for a long, [...]

Photos: Petit Biscuit at 1015 Folsom

Petit Biscuit (photo: Priscilla Rodriguez)

French DJ Petit Biscuit brought his signature sound to 1015 Folsom as part of Noise Pop 2019 with support from Slenderbodies. Our photographer by Priscilla Rodriguez was at [...]

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    What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Mar 1- 3

What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Mar 1- 3

Friday, March 1
awakebutstillinbed @ Thee Parkside
Crowned the best thing in local music by the festival organizers themselves during our year-end roundup last year, catch this band that's unapologetically emo [...]

Photos: Love Jerks and Tangerine at Rickshaw Stop

Love Jerks (photo: Patric Carver)

Earlier this month, rock band Love Jerks swung by Rickshaw Stop with support from Tangerine. Our photographer Patric Carver was at the Valentine's Day show [...]

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Save The Date: Phono del Sol returns on June 15, 2019

After a one-year hiatus, The Bay Bridged is teaming up with Noise Pop to bring back everyone’s favorite local summer festival, Phono del Sol. Expect everything you've loved about [...]

By |February 25, 2019|0 Comments
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    What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Feb 22 – 24

What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Feb 22 – 24

Friday, February 22
Si Se Puede: Dolores Huerta's Playlist @ Paramount Theater
With a little help from Jazz Mafia, the Oakland Symphony pays tribute to the civil rights icon with a [...]

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Noise Pop Preview: The magical connections of Zelma Stone

(photo: Nikki Pratchios)

Words by Michelle Kicherer

We are all such tiny, programmed machines
Stuffing more and more stones up our sleeves

Zelma Stone released their first LP Layla with Honey [...]

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Noise Pop Preview: Caroline Rose’s sardonic synth-pop

(photo: Matt Hogan)

Words by Erin Lyndal Martin

Caroline Rose copes through the magic of dark humor, and there’s a lot of coping on her 2018 album LONER. On it, she [...]

By |February 21, 2019|0 Comments

Sponsored: Get excited about winter at the Independent

Local music fans, rejoice: The Independent has (once again) curated a calendar of upcoming shows that is sure to excite fans of all types. Over the course of the [...]

By |February 21, 2019|0 Comments
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    Noise Pop Preview: H.C. McEntire aligns progressive values with Southern pride

Noise Pop Preview: H.C. McEntire aligns progressive values with Southern pride

Words by Erin Lyndal Martin

On her solo debut Lionheart, H.C. McEntire blends the country music and hymns of her youth to create a winsome album full of the queer [...]

By |February 21, 2019|0 Comments

Sawyer Gebauer: The voice behind Catch Prichard

Words by Michelle Kicherer

“People email me, say, ‘Hey Catch,’ because they think it’s me but it’s not. But hey that’s why I like it —is it a person? Is [...]

By |February 21, 2019|0 Comments

Review + Photos: MØ at the Fox Theater

MØ (photo: Cam Peters)

Earlier this month saw Danish singer MØ come through the city for a stop at the Fox Theater in support of her new album Forever Neverland. We [...]

By |February 20, 2019|0 Comments
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