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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.

Episode 148: January 2009 Monthly Mix

Our latest Monthly Mix episode of the weekly podcast features eight great Bay Area bands, including a lot of good stuff from new and recent releases. Before getting [...]

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Episode 147: The Matinees

This week's episode is presented by KQED Interactive.

This week's podcast showcases SF duo The Matinees, whose second CD, Make The Leap, comes out later this month. When the [...]

By |January 20, 2009|Comments Off on Episode 147: The Matinees

Episode 146: Goh Nakamura

This week's episode is presented by KQED Interactive.

This week, our podcast spotlights Goh Nakamura, a San Francisco singer-songwriter whose many musical talents you might have heard via his solo [...]

By |January 13, 2009|2 Comments

The Raveonettes Interview and Prize Pack Giveaway!

One of our favorite non-local bands, The Raveonettes, is coming to San Francisco's Bimbo's on Friday, January 23rd, where they'll be performing with San Diego's The Soft Pack (tickets [...]

By |January 12, 2009|4 Comments

Episode 145: Live this Month – January 2009

Every month, we dedicate a week of our podcast to highlighting some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing soon in the San Francisco Bay Area. We've [...]

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Best of 2008: Anna Gazdowicz of The Deli SF on The Heavenly States’ Delayer

My relationship to music changed pretty significantly after I took over editing duties at the Deli SF in March 2008. What opened up before me with this new concentration [...]

By |December 30, 2008|2 Comments

Best of 2008: Tartufi on Low Red Land’s Dog’s Hymns

The Details: Recorded [mostly] at The Hanger in Sacramento with engineer Robert Cheek tweaking the "knobs" and yanking on 'levers" - oh and manning the sound board [...]

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Best of 2008: Dylan Travis of Man/Miracle on The Hospitals’ Hairdryer Peace

The Hospitals write songs. This is important because if you manage to get a copy of their (sold out) new record, Hairdryer Peace, you might initially confuse this [...]

By |December 29, 2008|Comments Off on Best of 2008: Dylan Travis of Man/Miracle on The Hospitals’ Hairdryer Peace

Best of 2008: Julie Schuchard of Tricycle Records on The Morning Benders’ Talking Through Tin Cans

For years I have been watching The Morning Benders grow up. They have a genuine talent for writing pop that casts a dizzy intoxication much like The Shins and [...]

By |December 29, 2008|Comments Off on Best of 2008: Julie Schuchard of Tricycle Records on The Morning Benders’ Talking Through Tin Cans

Best of 2008: Will Benham of New and Used Records on Geographer’s Innocent Ghosts

I will remember 2008 as the year Bay Area music was put back on the map, thanks to the national attention showered on the likes of The Dodos, Birdmonster [...]

By |December 26, 2008|Comments Off on Best of 2008: Will Benham of New and Used Records on Geographer’s Innocent Ghosts

Best of 2008: Jon Bernson of Ray’s Vast Basement & Window Twins on Odd Nosdam’s Pretty Swell Explode

In the future, it will become known that David Madson spent the better part of his life on a hijacked Soviet probe, transmitting 3D images back to Earth. When [...]

By |December 26, 2008|4 Comments

Merry Christmas from The Bay Bridged!

The Bay Bridged Editors and Staff would like to wish all of our readers a Happy Holidays and a very Merry Christmas. We are off celebrating and relaxing with [...]

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