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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Amoeba Music Factory Party Friday

Amoeba Music and the East Bay Express will bring you back to Andy Warhol's famous "factory" studio, with art, music and film in a divided warehouse space in Emeryville [...]

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Outside Lands Returns in 2009

Outside Lands, one of 2008's largest music festivals that took over SF's Golden Gate Park, will return in 2009 from August 28-30.

The festival is a partnership between Another Planet [...]

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Episode 153: Live This Month – March 2009

Every month, we dedicate a week of our podcast to highlighting some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing soon in the San Francisco Bay Area. We've [...]

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Internships with The Bay Bridged

All positions for this internship have been filled. Thank you for your interest.

Are you a Bay Area college student interested in getting significant experience in the world of [...]

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Noise Pop 17 Concludes in Collective Dementia

Words by: Joseph Hayes
Photos by: Reid Williams

March 1, Sunday night, 10:15 p.m. in San Francisco, sheets of rain, the city's inhabitants mope around between laundromats and cafes, peaking out [...]

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Photos: Ra Ra Riot, Cut Off Your Hands, Telekinesis, The Hooks @ The Independent

Photos by: Reid Williams

Ra Ra Riot

Cut Off Your Hands

Telekinesis

The Hooks

Seven Signs: Music, Myth, and The American South at ATA

An afternoon that starts with John Darnielle doing an Ace of Base cover can't be all bad. Back at ATA for my third and final Noise Pop Film Festival [...]

L’Avventura Hosts Acoustic Shows in El Cerrito

Here's a treat for all you north-east bay folks. San Francisco rock band L'Avventura is hosting a series acoustic-based "Living Room Sessions" at 33 Revolutions, a record store/cafe/wine-bar in [...]

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