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    Interview: Geographer, philosophy, and Ghost Modern (plus a ticket giveaway!)

Interview: Geographer, philosophy, and Ghost Modern (plus a ticket giveaway!)

With a unique reconciliation between live instrumentation and electronic innovation, Mike Deni of Geographer has forged a name for himself in the Bay Area, becoming one of its most [...]

By |February 25, 2015|3 Comments
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    Lizzie McGuire or As Told By Ginger? Getting real with Los Angeles’ Slutever

Lizzie McGuire or As Told By Ginger? Getting real with Los Angeles’ Slutever

Los Angeles’ Slutever are Nicole Snyder and Rachel Gagliardi, a two piece that started off as best friends but have evolved into something much more. They are creators of the most honest [...]

By |February 23, 2015|Comments Off on Lizzie McGuire or As Told By Ginger? Getting real with Los Angeles’ Slutever

Interview: Discovering the many sides of Vela Eyes

“What’s the difference between a savings bond and a musician?” Andrew Burmester, bassist for Vela Eyes asks me, turning the interview around for a moment. I don’t know this [...]

By |February 17, 2015|Comments Off on Interview: Discovering the many sides of Vela Eyes

Voyages in Vinyl

There is a time in many record collectors’ lives (including mine) when you’re surfing on Discogs, or standing in a frenzy of shoppers and tourists at Amoeba, and it [...]

By |February 11, 2015|1 Comment
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    Interview: Kat Robichaud on her new album, pop culture, and David Bowie

Interview: Kat Robichaud on her new album, pop culture, and David Bowie

It’s hard not to like Kat Robichaud, especially when she starts singing Bowie’s “Lady Grinning Soul” over the phone and then proceeds to rhapsodize about the brilliance of Aladdin [...]

By |February 10, 2015|Comments Off on Interview: Kat Robichaud on her new album, pop culture, and David Bowie
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    Wood Shoppe founder talks Astronauts, etc., staging free shows, and their third anniversary party

Wood Shoppe founder talks Astronauts, etc., staging free shows, and their third anniversary party

These days, San Francisco isn't really known for its free events. Ticket prices have swelled, festival costs are up, and you can't buy a pint at a show for [...]

By |February 3, 2015|1 Comment

Interview: Two Gallants talks new LP We Are Undone

I don't always remember the exact moments when I discovered many of the bands I've come to love over the years, but I do distinctly recall the first time [...]

By |January 30, 2015|Comments Off on Interview: Two Gallants talks new LP We Are Undone
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    (As you) wish fulfillment: Cary Elwes to join fans at ‘The Princess Bride’ screening at SF Sketchfest

(As you) wish fulfillment: Cary Elwes to join fans at ‘The Princess Bride’ screening at SF Sketchfest

He may be most known for a single, legendary role in cult-favorite film The Princess Bride, but Cary Elwes is not just an actor. He’s now a best-selling author [...]

By |January 28, 2015|1 Comment
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    Brooke Fraser trades folk pop for synths and bass on ‘Brutal Romantic’

Brooke Fraser trades folk pop for synths and bass on ‘Brutal Romantic’

After three albums of well-received folky acoustic guitar pop – which in her home country of New Zealand went multi-platinum – it seemed like Sony Music had made the [...]

By |January 22, 2015|Comments Off on Brooke Fraser trades folk pop for synths and bass on ‘Brutal Romantic’

Premiere: The Union Trade – “Drakes Passage”

The Bay Bridged is proud to premiere the first single from The Union Trade’s forthcoming new album, A Place of Long Years, out on February 3 via local label [...]

By |January 9, 2015|Comments Off on Premiere: The Union Trade – “Drakes Passage”

Premiere: The Things of Youth – “Eleventeen”

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 [...]

By |December 16, 2014|Comments Off on Premiere: The Things of Youth – “Eleventeen”
  • Exray's Vessel XII
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    Exray’s to bring the mysteries of Vessel XII to the de Young, the stage, and beyond

Exray’s to bring the mysteries of Vessel XII to the de Young, the stage, and beyond

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 [...]

By |December 11, 2014|Comments Off on Exray’s to bring the mysteries of Vessel XII to the de Young, the stage, and beyond
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