Review: Built for the Sea, the Aimless Never Miss and Silian Rail – Family Show at Cafe du Nord

Correction: This show was presented by Lower Class Revolt, not Thread Productions. We apologize for the original mistake.

After meeting Jonny Latimer of both the Aimless Never Miss and Built [...]

By |January 30, 2009|Comments Off on Review: Built for the Sea, the Aimless Never Miss and Silian Rail – Family Show at Cafe du Nord

Review: 20 Min Loop with Tartufi and the Mumlers at Bottom of the Hill

In the interest of full disclosure I must confess that I honestly believe the Mumlers are one of the best bands out of the Bay Area right now. They've [...]

By |January 28, 2009|Comments Off on Review: 20 Min Loop with Tartufi and the Mumlers at Bottom of the Hill

Review: Chelsea Wolfe at Fox and Goose, Nov. 28

With a soft spoken voice emanating shyness she speaks to me before and after her set. With a haunting voice layered with sadness and honesty she sings to us [...]

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Review: Blue Rabbit at Hotel Utah, Nov. 15

Bands with numerous members are always intriguing. Makes one wonder what occurs during a recording session for a band like The Arcade Fire which consists of violinists and trumpet [...]

By |November 21, 2008|2 Comments

Last Sunday: Jeffrey Lewis and the Jackals, Sonny Smith and the Sunsets

One of the many highlights of Jeffrey Lewis and the Jackals' performance at the Hotel Utah last Sunday night was a song that examined the history of Communism's emergence [...]

By |October 31, 2008|Comments Off on Last Sunday: Jeffrey Lewis and the Jackals, Sonny Smith and the Sunsets

Review: Wiretap Anniversary at Thee Parkside Oct. 19

This was an all-day affair at Thee Parkside, an old-hat venue for some of you, I'd imagine. I like a good and greasy dink, tho, and whenever a performer [...]

By |October 23, 2008|Comments Off on Review: Wiretap Anniversary at Thee Parkside Oct. 19

Review: The Porchsteps, The Mumlers, and Or, the Whale – Friday Sep 26, 2008, at the Starry Plough

Are you ready for Round 2 of Jake Butler checking out a show at the Starry Plough on behalf of The Bay Bridged? I sure as hell was [...]

By |October 3, 2008|Comments Off on Review: The Porchsteps, The Mumlers, and Or, the Whale – Friday Sep 26, 2008, at the Starry Plough

Treasure Island Music Festival: Day 2 Live Blog!

With the first day of Treasure Island Music Festival behind us (and our first attempt at the live blog), Joe and Christian are taking the reigns of the website [...]

By |September 21, 2008|2 Comments

Treasure Island Music Festival: Day 1 Live Blog!

Today marks the first time The Bay Bridged has ever attempted to live blog and we are thrilled to test our new found skills at the Treasure Island Music [...]

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Review: Lady Genius, The Parish, Sweetie @ Starry Plough – Sept 12

You know those nights you’re not really looking for an over-the-top, knock your socks off, raucous rock ‘n roll romp, but rather some good music with a solid crowd [...]

By |September 19, 2008|2 Comments

Parkerzalooza at 12 Galaxies, August 23rd

First off, RIP 12Gs, if I may. In all fairness, I do love me a radio symphony, but cooler, bro, than the unfortunate Outside Lands heave-ho, was the [...]

By |September 8, 2008|Comments Off on Parkerzalooza at 12 Galaxies, August 23rd

Why? at GAMH, Aug. 29: because indie-folk-hop loves itself, gang!

For the benefit of all you word freaks, it bears specifying that the above "gang" contained in that post-colonic little poo-sample of a subtitle up there is encased in [...]

By |September 5, 2008|Comments Off on Why? at GAMH, Aug. 29: because indie-folk-hop loves itself, gang!