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.

The Bay Bridged Presents: A Noise Pop Happy Hour with Shannon and the Clams, Jake Mann & The Upper Hand, Wet Illustrated

One of the perennial highlights of the annual Noise Pop Festival is the series of free Happy Hour shows that takes place at Bender's all week long. The [...]

By |February 17, 2011|Comments Off on The Bay Bridged Presents: A Noise Pop Happy Hour with Shannon and the Clams, Jake Mann & The Upper Hand, Wet Illustrated

Mixtape: Previewing the 2011 Noise Pop Festival (Podcast #243)

Previewing the 2011 Noise Pop Festival

This episode is presented by KQED.org.

Long before we started The Bay Bridged, we'd look forward to February's annual Noise Pop Festival, and now, in [...]

By |February 15, 2011|Comments Off on Mixtape: Previewing the 2011 Noise Pop Festival (Podcast #243)

Our New Banner Artist: Joshua Rampage

We are thrilled to introduce our new banner artist, Joshua Rampage. Born and raised in and around the foot of Lake Michigan, Joshua studied Fine Arts at the [...]

By |February 14, 2011|2 Comments

Backseat Beat Episode 8, part 1: The Definite Articles

Backseat Beat is a video series highlighting indie musicians and the city by the Bay. Armed with Flip cameras, we interview bands in the back seat of our ‘83 [...]

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Win a pair of tickets to see Yo La Tengo at the Fox!

Yo La Tengo - "Periodically Double or Triple"

Of all the things one might expect from Yo La Tengo, I doubt that a game-show style wheel of chance was on [...]

By |February 3, 2011|2 Comments

Live This Month: February 2011 — an audio guide through SF concerts this month (Podcast #242)

Live This Month: February 2011

In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. [...]

By |February 1, 2011|Comments Off on Live This Month: February 2011 — an audio guide through SF concerts this month (Podcast #242)

The Bay Bridged Presents: Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps, Ty Segall, The Sandwitches at the Great American Music Hall, 2/9/11

On Wednesday, February 9th, four of San Francisco's best bands come together for a night of rock and roll to benefit the Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco. Add [...]

By |January 31, 2011|Comments Off on The Bay Bridged Presents: Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps, Ty Segall, The Sandwitches at the Great American Music Hall, 2/9/11

A few easy ways you can help fight for KUSF

1. Visit SaveKUSF.org for all of the latest details.

2. Sign this online petition

3. Send a response letter opposing the station's sale for inclusion in the FCC Public File. [...]

By |January 27, 2011|Comments Off on A few easy ways you can help fight for KUSF

Backseat Beat, Episode 7 outtakes: Magic Bullets

Maybe you happened to catch Magic Bullets on our last episode of Backseat Beat, in which these charming men chatted us up about vibrators, Spam burritos (not a euphemism) [...]

By |January 25, 2011|Comments Off on Backseat Beat, Episode 7 outtakes: Magic Bullets

Mixtape: Surveying the Indie Pop Renaissance (Podcast #241)

Mixtape: Surveying the Indie Pop Renaissance (Podcast #241)

We love psych rock, garage, folk rock, singer-songwriter stuff, and a variety of other musical genres here at The Bay Bridged, but [...]

By |January 19, 2011|Comments Off on Mixtape: Surveying the Indie Pop Renaissance (Podcast #241)

Backseat Beat, Episode 7: Magic Bullets

Backseat Beat is a video series highlighting indie musicians and the city by the Bay. Armed with Flip cameras, we interview bands in the back seat of our ‘83 [...]

By |January 11, 2011|Comments Off on Backseat Beat, Episode 7: Magic Bullets

Interview: (((folkYEAH!)))’s Britt Govea discusses Winter Residency at Slim’s, his new 7″ label, and the joy of holding shows in nontraditional venues

The Dirty Projectors performing at The Historic Brookroom (with a creek running through it) @ Brookdale Lodge

The Bay Area scene is full of unique bands and artists, but a [...]

By |January 10, 2011|Comments Off on Interview: (((folkYEAH!)))’s Britt Govea discusses Winter Residency at Slim’s, his new 7″ label, and the joy of holding shows in nontraditional venues
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