About Lauren Espina

Lauren is a rock and roll enthusiast and writer from the San Fernando Valley. She moved to San Francisco in 2008, and coincidently, a year later, Christopher Owens of Girls named a song after her.
  • Annie Girl & The Flight
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    Premiere/Interview: Annie Girl & The Flight – “The Forge”

Premiere/Interview: Annie Girl & The Flight – “The Forge”

Every once in a while, out of the uninterrupted flow of music around us, a voice comes around that stops you in your tracks. It rises above the noise, regardless […]

By |April 18, 2014|0 Comments

The Bay Bridged presents the first annual Not Dead Yet Fest

If you’ve been reading The Bay Bridged or paying any attention at all to the local community, you know the San Francisco music scene is very much alive. For […]

By |April 14, 2014|2 Comments

Premiere/Interview: Halcyonaire – ‘Urban Arson’

With roots in the suburbs of San Diego, a production space in Fruitvale, and homes across Oakland and San Francisco, Halcyonaire weaves a sound they call “California country & soul.” Tying […]

By |April 11, 2014|0 Comments
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    Giveaway: Goat & Holy Wave roll through Slim’s this weekend

Giveaway: Goat & Holy Wave roll through Slim’s this weekend

The Bay Bridged wants you to go to more shows! And we have a knock out for you this weekend–Sweden’s psyched-out experimental outfit Goat is coming to San Francisco, and you’re […]

Please welcome Union Pacific

Channeling desert vibrations into a surf pop sound, Union Pacific is the project of singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Zach Vito. A Tucson native and one of San Francisco’s newest songsmiths, […]

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    Interview: The She’s drop knowledge on middle school and San Francisco

Interview: The She’s drop knowledge on middle school and San Francisco

Unlike so many of their contemporaries, The She’s are San Francisco natives, and they’ve been creating music together since the 7th grade. While most middle schoolers were busy shifting around in […]

By |March 27, 2014|0 Comments

Cool Ghouls / Cellar Doors final residency show

After hosting three stellar shows over the course of as many weeks, Cool Ghouls and Cellar Doors are ready to close out their March residency at Amnesia, and they’ve […]

By |March 24, 2014|0 Comments

Christopher Owens drops a lovely new tune

Christopher Owens just dropped a sonic bomb in the form of “It Comes Back to You”. A cut from his upcoming album, the song is a stunning balance of […]

By |March 6, 2014|Comments Off
  • Noise Pop 2014: Real Estate @ The Independent, 3/1/14
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    Real Estate stage intimate second Noise Pop show at the Indy

Real Estate stage intimate second Noise Pop show at the Indy

Photos by Tanner Pikop

For the second performance of their two-night stint at The Independent, Real Estate maintained the vibrations at a cool medium between casual and intimate. The venue […]

By |March 3, 2014|Comments Off

The Soft White Sixties move the Chapel at Noise Pop

Photos by Jon Ching

Playing for a sold-out audience, The Soft White Sixties matched the Chapel’s rabid energy at their Noise Pop show on Friday, February 28. The four-piece outfit walked […]

By |March 3, 2014|1 Comment

WATERS opens up Noise Pop 2014 with final residency show

Photos by T.J. Mimbs

Monday night, WATERS kicked off Noise Pop 2014 with the final performance of his month-long residency at Brick & Mortar. Despite having played the same venue for […]

By |February 26, 2014|Comments Off
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    Tim Cohen of Magic Trick and The Fresh & Onlys returns to SF

Tim Cohen of Magic Trick and The Fresh & Onlys returns to SF

We are very stoked to announce that Tim Cohen, mastermind behind Magic Trick and The Fresh & Onlys, has moved back to San Francisco after having lived in Arizona for […]

By |February 20, 2014|1 Comment
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