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.

Episode 110: 20 Minute Loop

This week, we're pleased to feature 20 Minute Loop, a San Francisco quintet that likely need no introduction to fans of Bay Area indie pop music. The group [...]

By |April 15, 2008|Comments Off on Episode 110: 20 Minute Loop

Episode 109: Master/Slave

Our podcast this week spotlights Master/Slave, a San Francisco duo who play highly danceable indie rock. It's a big sound for a two-piece, layering drum machines and [...]

By |April 8, 2008|Comments Off on Episode 109: Master/Slave

Live This Month: April 2008

We're back with another edition of Live This Month, our podcast series spotlighting music from some of the best shows this month. One additional show we hope you'll [...]

Episode 107: March 2008

This week, we're bringing you our latest monthly mix, featuring some great submissions we've received along with some new tracks from some old favorites:

Tommy Guerrero brings us a track [...]

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Episode 106: Here Here

This week's podcast features San Francisco's Here Here, a chamber pop seven-piece who have quickly established themselves as one of the most exciting young bands in the Bay, with [...]

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Episode 105: Wooden Shjips

This week, our podcast features the music of San Francisco's Wooden Shjips, a quartet that plays experimental psych filtered through a stripped-down rock approach. That unique sound helped [...]

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Noise Pop 2008: Tilly and the Wall, Capgun Coup, Tally Hall and Little Teeth

Little Teeth

Little Teeth started off this 6pm Noise Pop show at the Rickshaw Stop. This local band consists of three members that switch from one eclectic instrument to the [...]

By |March 10, 2008|Comments Off on Noise Pop 2008: Tilly and the Wall, Capgun Coup, Tally Hall and Little Teeth

Noise Pop 2008: Kelley Stoltz, Grand Archives, The Morning Benders, The Weather Underground

Kelley Stoltz

The night began with The Weather Underground (LA) taking the stage to create a swell of cymbals and everlasting sustain. Eventually the song burst into something like U2 [...]

By |March 8, 2008|Comments Off on Noise Pop 2008: Kelley Stoltz, Grand Archives, The Morning Benders, The Weather Underground

Live This Month: March 2008

On Sunday, March 9th, Portland's Blue Skies for Black Hearts ("Here Comes The Rain") cap off a strong indie pop-rock bill at the Hemlock Tavern alongside Oakland's The Hot [...]

Noise Pop 2008: Cursive at the Great American Music Hall Friday

Known for his drunken slurs and stumbling on stage, Tim Kasher, lead singer of Saddle Creek’s Cursive, gave a soberly stunning performance at the Great American Music Hall last [...]

Episode 104: Campo Bravo

This week, we feature the "acid gospel" of Campo Bravo, a San Francisco band whose mix of psychedelic sounds and traditional folk and Americana music results in songs that [...]

By |March 4, 2008|Comments Off on Episode 104: Campo Bravo

An Interview with John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats

The Mountain Goats recently released their latest album Heretic Pride (4AD) and return to San Francisco later this week for three straight sold out shows at Bimbo's, the Independent [...]

By |February 28, 2008|Comments Off on An Interview with John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats
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