Indie Mart this Sunday

So I didn't realize exactly what I was walking into when I went to the Indie Mart on a whim several months back. I am someone who doesn't [...]

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KUSF Rock-n-Swap Sunday

It's a tough time for record stores and music vendors of all kinds. And that's what makes events like KUSF's Rock-n-Swap so awesome! Rock-n-Swap is one of the biggest [...]

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Family Matinee at Bottom of the Hill w/No Age and White Circle Crime Club

Words by: Jake Butler
Photos by: Nicole L. Browner

My first show in San Francisco was an all ages show at Bottom of the Hill. Coming back for this afternoon show [...]

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Single Syllable First Names – Bob and Mark at the Swedish, Keep it Classy Folks

Words by Jake Butler

I had been to Cafe Du Nord numerous times, and had always heard rumor of this mysterious "Swedish American Hall" that lie above us in the [...]

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I Need That Record!: My final movie at Noise Pop Film Fest 2009

Words by: Ben Richardson

The uncertainty and unease that surrounds today's music business is hardly news. Decades of mismanagement and greed have exposed rotten timbers, deep down near the keel [...]

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Weekend Picks: March 5th-8th

After Noise Pop, we know you're fully addicted. Get your fix this weekend with some great local music offerings. You can hear clips in our streaming audio player.

Thursday:

- Vir, [...]

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Window Twins – I’m This Tall City

A record as disarmingly personal as I'm This Tall City feels like a rare and special creature. "Personal" might be a little misleading. There's no indication that [...]

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Quality uncompromised: Sholi at BotH

Words by: Nicole L. Browner
Photos by: Adrian Bischoff
Whereas many of the Noise Pop shows offered headlining spots to the big out-of-town bands, this Bottom of the Hill show allowed [...]

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Soldiers Under Command: Stryper at ATA

Christian glam metal. These days, it seems almost impossible, but for much of the 80s, it was big business. California band Stryper were one of the first "contemporary Christian" [...]

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Ra Ra Rawkin’ Good Time at the Indie, and a Pretty Sweet Happy Hour

Words by: Jake Butler
Photos by: Reid Williams

So whoever read from us at the Bay Bridged that you should go to Happy Hour - I simultaneously love you and forsake [...]

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Interview: Ian & Jay Pellicci, Engineer Brothers (Part 1)

Interview conducted by Holden Way-Williams, Christan Cunningham and Ben Van Houten.

Ian and Jay Pellicci, San Francisco recording engineers and brothers, have worked on tons of great local projects including [...]

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Our New Artist in Residence: Nigel Sussman

Today we are pleased to announce the latest contributor to our Artist in Residence series here at The Bay Bridged. For the next two months we will be [...]

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