Introducing “The Boulevard Ear,” a new feature exploring SF music one neighborhood at a time

Welcome to the Boulevard Ear, a new regular feature on The Bay Bridged, where our man about town examines a community's live music offerings over the course of one [...]

By |March 15, 2011|Comments Off on Introducing “The Boulevard Ear,” a new feature exploring SF music one neighborhood at a time

Backseat Beat Episode 9: Social Studies, part 1

Backseat Beat is a video series highlighting indie musicians and the city by the Bay. Armed with Flip cameras, we interview bands in the back seat of our ‘83 [...]

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    Song Premiere: Shannon and the Clams – “The Cult Song”

Song Premiere: Shannon and the Clams – “The Cult Song”

Shannon and the Clams - "The Cult Song"

A few weeks ago we shared a brand new song from Shannon and the Clams. Since it was so well received, we're [...]

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Backseat Beat: Episode 8, part 2: The Definite Articles

Everyone knows what happens at the end of Revenge of the Nerds. The Tri-Lambs mop the floor with the Alpha Betas during the Greek Games, using their big brains [...]

By |February 22, 2011|Comments Off on Backseat Beat: Episode 8, part 2: The Definite Articles
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    Interview – Kid Koala on “Music to Draw to…” series: “It’s really quite an amazing thing to see.”

Interview – Kid Koala on “Music to Draw to…” series: “It’s really quite an amazing thing to see.”

Montreal's Kid Koala (aka Eric San) is known both as an innovative turntablist and skilled visual artist, and he's combined those two loves in his "Music to Draw to..." [...]

By |February 16, 2011|Comments Off on Interview – Kid Koala on “Music to Draw to…” series: “It’s really quite an amazing thing to see.”
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    Interview: Daniel James (Leopold and His Fiction) introduces us to his new band, Cowboy and Indian

Interview: Daniel James (Leopold and His Fiction) introduces us to his new band, Cowboy and Indian

Cowboy and Indian - "Ledbellies (Hurt My Pride)"

Between Leopold and His Fiction and his new band Cowboy and Indian, Daniel James is a busy man, but he [...]

By |February 11, 2011|2 Comments
  • The Soft Moon @ Noise Pop 2011
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    Interview: The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez discusses moods, nostalgia and his plans for 2011

Interview: The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez discusses moods, nostalgia and his plans for 2011

The Soft Moon - "Breathe the Fire"

As The Soft Moon, SF's Luis Vasquez crafted one of 2010's great debuts, a self-titled album that mixed alternately lush and abrasive tones [...]

By |February 9, 2011|Comments Off on Interview: The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez discusses moods, nostalgia and his plans for 2011
  • John Vanderslice @ 32 Ocean 11/20/10
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    Tips from John Vanderslice on getting by in the city (+ win tickets to 2/11 show)

Tips from John Vanderslice on getting by in the city (+ win tickets to 2/11 show)

John Vanderslice - "Sea Salt"

Aside from being one of the Bay Area's most beloved indie rock musicians, John Vanderslice is also a small business owner (Tiny Telephone), and he [...]

By |February 8, 2011|2 Comments

Backseat Beat Episode 8, part 1: The Definite Articles

Backseat Beat is a video series highlighting indie musicians and the city by the Bay. Armed with Flip cameras, we interview bands in the back seat of our ‘83 [...]

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Interview: Sic Alps discuss Napa Asylum, getting by on tour, and why their live show is better than ever

Sic Alps - "Do You Want To Give $$?"

Hot on the heels of the release of their double LP Napa Asylum, Sic Alps' Matt Hartman and newest member Noel [...]

By |February 7, 2011|Comments Off on Interview: Sic Alps discuss Napa Asylum, getting by on tour, and why their live show is better than ever

The Bay Bridged Presents: Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps, Ty Segall, The Sandwitches at the Great American Music Hall, 2/9/11

On Wednesday, February 9th, four of San Francisco's best bands come together for a night of rock and roll to benefit the Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco. Add [...]

By |January 31, 2011|Comments Off on The Bay Bridged Presents: Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps, Ty Segall, The Sandwitches at the Great American Music Hall, 2/9/11

Interview: Chuck Prophet talks covering London Calling and meeting Joe Strummer

Photo by Charlie Homo

Joined by Chris von Sneidern and The Park, Chuck Prophet toured Spain recently, performing The Clash's classic second third album, London Calling, in its entirety as [...]

By |January 27, 2011|6 Comments
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