Noise Pop Industries announced today that it would be reopening the Swedish American Hall in 2015, first as “Noise Pop Headquarters” during the 2015 installment of the annual music […]
As a member of beloved Bay Area indie rockers The Rum Diary and post-rockers Shuteye Unison, as well as founder of record label Parks and Records, Jon Fee has […]
Last month, a strange email landed in my inbox. It was from Jon Bernson, musician, artist, playwright who is “resident sound designer” for the Tides Theater, and founder of […]
Last April, The Bay Bridged premiered the first single from Mother Room, a new lo-fi electronic project started by James Meuleners in his Oakland bedroom. Today, we’re happily premiering […]
“The Family Tree” is a track off of Oakland post-rock outfit Unconditional Arms’ debut album, Kinship, which was released last year. But the song just got the video treatment, […]
Portland’s Radiation City has always been one of the more sonically adventurous indie pop bands out there. They are known for riffing off of bossa nova, ’60s girl groups, […]
Twin Peaks and Meatbodies are both newcomers on the crowded scene of fuzzed-out retro/garage/psych rock bands, yet they’ve both managed to distinguish themselves, and you can see why this […]
Oakland Echo may be a first-year fest, but it’s already packing heat.
Three nights, two Oakland venues, and an absurd number of psych bands, including headliners Lumerians on October 24 at […]
I had the pleasure of witnessing Li Xi in their earliest incarnation, back when there were two lead singers and they weren’t called Li Xi.
That was a couple […]
The Entrance Band hail from LA but consider SF their “home away from home.” They took the stage at The Chapel on Tuesday for a co-headlining gig with Jacco […]
(Photo: Isabel Asha Penzlien)
Danish post-punk outfit Iceage is playing San Francisco’s own Elbo Room on Halloween, and you have to go see them. Why? Because:
That’s the video for “The […]