bAd bAd fights Steven Tyler’s daughter for their name

bAd bAd is one of the most promising young acts in San Francisco, but now they’re in a legal battle with the oh so similarly named badbad, a not-so-promising […]

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    Hurray for the Riff Raff bring southern charm to The Independent

Hurray for the Riff Raff bring southern charm to The Independent

Alynda Lee Segarra doesn’t even seem real.

Never mind that she is standing before a sold-out crowd at The Independent in several layers of black eyeliner, no doubt inspired by […]

By |April 24, 2014|0 Comments

DaVinci & Sweet Valley drop ‘Ghetto Cuisine’

Fillmore rapper DaVinci teamed up with Sweet Valley, (Wavves frontman Nathan Williams and his brother Kynan) for their Ghetto Cuisine album, available now as a free download from Fools […]

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    Premiere: Stream Future Twin’s new cassingle, ‘Chillality’

Premiere: Stream Future Twin’s new cassingle, ‘Chillality’

(Photo by Nate Watters)

2014 should prove to be one helluva year for San Francisco’s Future Twin – the band is currently circulating their full-length debut Wavelength Sovereignty to labels, […]

By |April 23, 2014|0 Comments

Giveaway: The National return to the Bay

Fresh off their endearing and creative new documentary, Mistaken for Strangers, the National return to the Bay Area on April 27 for the first time since their moodier-than-thou live show descended upon Golden […]

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Review: The Men at the Rickshaw Stop bring out the dudes

Photos by Erin Dage

Brooklyn’s the Men have been active since 2008, and in those six years have consistently produced five studio albums that range from abrasive noise rock to […]

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Premiere: Mother Room – “Debt Collector”

Coming from Oakland, Mother Room is the name of the lo-fi solo project of James Meuleners, formerly of Burnt Thrones Club. Today, we’re premiering Mother Room’s new song “Debt Collector,” off of his debut […]

By |April 23, 2014|0 Comments
  • Soft White Sixties - Photo by Anthony Deeying
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    Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: The Soft White Sixties, Franz Ferdinand, and more

Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: The Soft White Sixties, Franz Ferdinand, and more

To enter for a chance to win tickets to any show below, email contest@thebaybridged.com with the name of the band and the date of the show you’re entering for […]

By |April 23, 2014|0 Comments

Experimental folk duo Yesway to release debut LP

Ever had that experience of waking up in the middle of a wondrous dream, the vivid colors still swirling around your half-conscious brain as you groggily grope in the […]

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    Wreck & Reference to release new album ‘Want’ via SF’s The Flenser

Wreck & Reference to release new album ‘Want’ via SF’s The Flenser

Los Angeles-based Wreck & Reference, an experimental post-metal outfit opening for the likes of Deafheaven this summer, just announced the release of their new album, Want, via San Francisco label The […]

By |April 22, 2014|0 Comments

Second Mac DeMarco Show added at Great American Music Hall

Everyone’s favorite gap-toothed indie rock British-Canadian persona, Mac DeMarco, has added a second date at the Great American Music Hall on July 8. Unsurprisingly, DeMarco’s July 9 show date […]

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    Interview: Generation Loss talks shop on video, upcoming VHS album

Interview: Generation Loss talks shop on video, upcoming VHS album

In Generation Loss, a San Francisco-based punk project, there are four members. There’s Hannah Lew, a fixture in the San Francisco music scene (known for playing in Grass Widow […]

By |April 22, 2014|0 Comments
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