Billy Bragg once lamented the near impossibility of mixing “pop with politics” over twenty years ago, but Santa Cruz-based rockers The Traveling Ills seemingly have no problem tackling the […]
Oakland rockers The Tet Holiday have been in the trenches of recording for a long time now, and they’re finally giving the public a peek at what they’ve been […]
There are two Burger Boogaloo after parties on the night of Fourth of July, but one in particular really caught my eye.
When I saw that Juan Wauters was playing on […]
“You’ve made me the happiest juvenile delinquent in Baltimore.”
Burger Boogaloo is this weekend (snuck up on you again, didn’t it?), and will be hosted by John Waters, the director of […]
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SinSerious is the project of Alex and Jordan Powell – two brothers who have been refining their craft under various monikers for years now, honing their flow in San Diego and […]
Photo Credit: Zach Wolfe
During their uproarious 16-year existence, the Black Lips have played on six different continents — a journey that has brought them to exotic (and dangerous) locations that […]
Oakland’s Mansion are a relatively new group. They make music that sounds like they’ve listened to a lot of the bands that identified with New York’s No Wave scene, and […]
Photo: Kaitlyn Miller
Lee Bob & the Truth, the trio of Lee Bob Watson, Josh Lippi, and Steve Wyreman, recently released their debut LP, The Truth, and as you’d expect […]
Cazadero, the project fronted by our good friend and former Bay Bridged contributor Joe Hayes, just released Domestic Refugee, their third LP in a little over four years. Hayes, […]
Shannon and Spence Koehler onstage at Great American Music Hall, June 6, 2015. Photo by Jon Ching.
It wasn’t long ago that Shannon and Spence Koehler were just two brothers […]