I've been to the Rickshaw Stop. Love the place. But SF Popfest - with all my time in the Bay, this was still something new to me [...]
Photos by: Charlie Homo
So, I get it - indie rock/electro duos and trios are multiplying like rabbits dosed up on viagra right now. Sleigh Bells, Matt and Kim, [...]
It was a show for the ages. The Morning Benders, with their new album, Big Echo, in tow, teamed up with their friends The Mumlers for a sonic [...]
A friend of mine from SoCal told me to check out Holly Miranda (because she is awesome, I was told) at the Fox. Scheduling conflicts prevented that from [...]
Photos by: Nicole Browner
Tape Deck Mountain - "Scantrons"
As I walked up Market Street to Cafe du Nord, I could hear these brooding tunes emanating from underground and couldn't help [...]
While it is awesome that overall Noise Pop 2010 is roughly 2/3 Bay Area bands, Wednesday's show at Bottom of the Hill offered an even better [...]
In case you haven't noticed, the Red Devil Lounge is shedding its oft pigeon-holey description of being a cover bands only spot by mixing up their billing with some [...]
With the first steps into their building, I was immediately blown away by the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. The new campus on Oak Street is gorgeous, and [...]
At times reminding me of another of my local favorites, Geographer, at others reminding me of some earlier Radiohead stuff, 7 Orange ABC showed up last Thursday at the [...]
If you're a reader of The Bay Bridged then you're well aware of The Stone Foxes residency at the Hotel Utah for the month of October.
For this [...]
There's two parts to a great show - an awesome venue and awesome music. You'll find both of those tomorrow night when Geographer plays Cafe Du Nord. An [...]
Being a huge fan of Daft Punk, I was stoked to see that Phoenix was coming to SF for the Spectrum Festival (author's note: guitarist Laurent Brancowitz was in [...]