The Bay Bridged needs your help.

Photo: Ian Young

Hi friends. It's your Content Director, Jody. 

Had a talk with the other top brass here at TBB a few weeks ago to go over how we wanted [...]

By |November 23, 2020|2 Comments

Wolf Jett perform “Garden of Pain” in CZU fire rubble

Sometimes loss, like beauty, is ineffable. No words can convey what's captured in music and film. On Nov. 7, Santa Cruz/NY Americana band Wolf Jett released a breathtaking music [...]

By |November 12, 2020|0 Comments

Premiere: Joe Kaplow’s “Little Sleep”

Quirky yet artful; cute yet clever, Santa Cruz singer-songwriter Joe Kaplow’s new single, “Little Sleep,” arrives almost a year after the release of his dynamic and captivating album, Time Spent [...]

By |October 30, 2020|0 Comments

Greg Ashley: ‘Rarities & Unreleased Tracks’ out today

Today Bandcamp will once again waive fees and allow all money to go directly to the artists. All hail Bandcamp. No other music platform seems to give as much [...]

By |October 2, 2020|Comments Off on Greg Ashley: ‘Rarities & Unreleased Tracks’ out today

“Music is Magic”: PSDSP go analog with ‘Luddite’

By William Wayland and Carolyn McCoy

PSDSP is a band with an uneasy relationship to technology.

Ask singer and guitarist Eli Carlton-Pearson how he feels about digital technology and he doesn’t [...]

By |September 24, 2020|1 Comment
  • Charles Orgbon III
    Permalink Charles Orgbon IIIGallery

    Charles Orgbon III introduces himself with ‘A Survivor’s Reward’

Charles Orgbon III introduces himself with ‘A Survivor’s Reward’

What is it about the Bay that is driving people from environmental science to enter the folk and country music fields? First Ismay, and now Oakland's Charles Orgbon III, [...]

By |September 10, 2020|Comments Off on Charles Orgbon III introduces himself with ‘A Survivor’s Reward’

Frank Ivy dreams a day away in “Deja Vu”

It's not often you hear about Concord as it pertains to local music. But the 925 has birthed some good ones — perhaps you've heard of Cass McCombs? How [...]

By |September 4, 2020|Comments Off on Frank Ivy dreams a day away in “Deja Vu”

Oaklash drag festival hits the virtual stage this weekend

[Graphics by broobs]

Oaklash's unique imprint on the Bay Area is hard to overstate, even while the event is still in its infancy. From traditional drag numbers to tributes to [...]

By |September 3, 2020|Comments Off on Oaklash drag festival hits the virtual stage this weekend
  • Emerging Black Composers Project
    Permalink Emerging Black Composers ProjectGallery

    SFCM and SF Symphony announce Emerging Black Composers Project

SFCM and SF Symphony announce Emerging Black Composers Project

The San Francisco Conservatory of Music (SFCM) and San Francisco Symphony are partnering for a major new initiative, The Emerging Black Composers Project. The project aims to support the development of Black [...]

By |September 2, 2020|Comments Off on SFCM and SF Symphony announce Emerging Black Composers Project

Newcomers AG Club make their mark with “Hngover”

AG Club (photo: Cameron Cortez)

OK so I am very late on this, because IDK about you but I've all but lost the ability to know what day it is [...]

By |August 24, 2020|Comments Off on Newcomers AG Club make their mark with “Hngover”

Worthitpurchase’s new single and video, “Dizzy Age”

Worthitpurchase, a two-piece art pop outfit from San Francisco, released a new single and video, "Dizzy Age," on August 14. This richly atmospheric song is in anticipation of their forthcoming [...]

By |August 19, 2020|Comments Off on Worthitpurchase’s new single and video, “Dizzy Age”

Sylvie Simmons releases ‘Blue on Blue’ today!

It's hard to believe it has been six years since Sylvie Simmons released her debut recordings, Sylvie, after 35 years of critically-acclaimed music journalism. A lot has happened: fascism [...]

By |August 14, 2020|Comments Off on Sylvie Simmons releases ‘Blue on Blue’ today!