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    Interview: Christopher Owens presents a new, familiar testament

Interview: Christopher Owens presents a new, familiar testament

Those who know Christopher Owens’ story know it well. From his vagabond childhood in The Children of God to his street punk phase in Texas, his decisive move to San Francisco and his drug-fueled [...]

By |September 30, 2014|Comments Off on Interview: Christopher Owens presents a new, familiar testament

Cash for Gold release ‘Swan Dive’, play Slim’s

Looking for even more proof that San Francisco's scene isn't dead? Look no further than Cash for Gold.

Cash for Gold moves fast. Started on a whim in 2013 and [...]

By |September 30, 2014|Comments Off on Cash for Gold release ‘Swan Dive’, play Slim’s

Premiere: Cave Clove – “Kyrie”

(Photo: Anna Curtis)

Cave Clove began as a project from Oakland's Katie Clover, who performed as a solo act with a rotating cast of musicians in shows along the West [...]

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Marine Life releases debut EP

With nothing but a demo and a handful of shows under their belt, San Francisco's Marine Life just released their debut EP Fool of a Kind on Spain's Elefant [...]

By |September 29, 2014|1 Comment

Get to know: Latitude

San Francisco's Latitude began as a home recording project for Amy Fowler and her husband Joe Armin, singer/songwriter of The Aerosols. Fowler, who also plays keys for The Aerosols, [...]

By |September 24, 2014|1 Comment

Campaign underway to save San Jose’s Burbank Theater

Heads up, Bay Area history lovers: There's another campaign in the works to repurpose a decaying theater as an arts venue, and once again it's in the South Bay. [...]

By |September 23, 2014|Comments Off on Campaign underway to save San Jose’s Burbank Theater

Frozen Folk premiere “Cat Converters” video

Oakland's Frozen Folk have released a twitchy retro video for "Cat Converters", and the one question everyone is asking is, "What the hell does that title mean?" I'm sorry [...]

By |September 19, 2014|Comments Off on Frozen Folk premiere “Cat Converters” video

Dyllan Hersey – “Too Quick”

Great news! After a brief stint in New Orleans, my favorite local folktress, Marin's Dyllan Hersey, is back in the Bay! She's shared a new track, "Too Quick", over [...]

By |September 18, 2014|Comments Off on Dyllan Hersey – “Too Quick”

Split Screens release show Saturday at Bottom of the Hill

Split Screens have made a big impression on The Bay Bridged in just a few years: the brainchild of local musician Jesse Cafiero, Split Screens have fast became a [...]

By |September 18, 2014|Comments Off on Split Screens release show Saturday at Bottom of the Hill

Premiere: Psychic Jiu Jitsu – “Dreamachine”

Psychic Jiu Jitsu is: a mix of space and time, an ethereal breath and a psychedelic adventure that will take you back to a more nostalgic and twisted San [...]

By |September 18, 2014|Comments Off on Premiere: Psychic Jiu Jitsu – “Dreamachine”
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    Blood Sister shares “Ghost Twin”, releasing self-titled EP on Bloodmoss Records

Blood Sister shares “Ghost Twin”, releasing self-titled EP on Bloodmoss Records

San Francisco's Blood Sister is gearing up for the release of their self-titled EP on September 30 on Bloodmoss Records, and the band is now streaming "Ghost Twin", the [...]

By |September 17, 2014|Comments Off on Blood Sister shares “Ghost Twin”, releasing self-titled EP on Bloodmoss Records

Get to Know: Terry & Louie and Tuff Break Records

Although you may not know them as "Terry & Louie", Oakland's Terry Six and New Orleans' King Louie Bankston have been working together for a long time. The two [...]

By |September 17, 2014|4 Comments