Before “The Bay Bridged” was encircled in a shrine of pink in the upper left corner of your computer screen, it was simply one of many names tossed around [...]
For all you Parks & Recreation fans out there that will understand this metaphor, the Bay Area has its own Andy Dwyer. Well, at least the Johnny Karate part of [...]
In this recurring feature known as The Bay Abridged, our staff writers will provide short, witty recaps on shows they attended around the Bay Area. A scene check, a [...]
For a limited time, our loyal readers can now stream SIDE A (23 out of 45 tracks) of the exclusive Bay Bridged 10th Anniversary Compilation, featuring 45 rare and [...]
Mark Kozelek may be a grumpy curmudgeon, but he’s our grumpy curmudgeon.
The San Francisco-based songwriter, who started his career crafting haunting slowcore ballads as part of Red House Painters, [...]
Another Saturday night is quickly approaching — where will you be? Celebrating the seventh night of Hanukkah? Spending an evening bundled under the covers because you're too cold to [...]
The venerable San Francisco late February institution known as Noise Pop returns next year to bring a host of great acts to the Bay Area. Today, organizers announced a [...]
It's been six years since Oakland's pop-punk legends The Matches announced their official hiatus via Facebook and Myspace, stating "our time to start new projects has come". Later in [...]
Hey! In case you missed the official premiere over at DoTheBay, Heartwatch (f.k.a. The Tropics) have released a new lyric video for their Golden Gate themed single "Faultlines". [...]
"Have you heard Jay Som?"
"Did you check out the new Jay Som??"
"You need to listen to this."
Reminding me so much of that way Alex G songs got passed around [...]
In this round of interviews with your favorite local musicians, I talked to two musicians who are equally passionate about what they do on and off the stage.
They also share the [...]
Seemingly out of nowhere, Oakland's Dick Stusso snuck onto our radar with a cassette on the small-yet-solid Vacant Stare Records that is easily one of my favorite albums of [...]