Photos: Nicole L. Browner
Wednesday night's Noise Pop show at the Rickshaw Stop should have been titled, "The Case for Live Electronica," as all four performers offered unique arguments [...]
The theme at Cafe Du Nord last night was shoegazey/dreamy pop. Oh, and ironic t-shirts.
Though there was a common theme to the bands, it got served up in [...]
Day 1 ended at Bimbo's with the Flaming Lips performing The Soft Bulletin. I'm more of a Clouds Taste Metallic guy, but damned if the Lips didn't put me [...]
The Beach Boys performing at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards
[Ed. Note: While most Grammy nominees aren't typically our cup of tea around here, there's something undeniably alluring about the [...]
While we all wait patiently for the return of Sacramento's sadly defunct Groovie Ghoulies, it is good to know that the lead ghoul, Kepi Ghoulie, is still rockin' and [...]
The light persistent rain couldn’t keep San Francisco’s damp masses from huddling together for a night of varied folksters at Bottom of the Hill on February 6th.
The evening starter, [...]
When Tim Cohen took the stage at The Lost Church sans any of his usual suspects on February 4th, he informed us that he’d be playing three songs, which [...]
The stage at last Friday night's show at the Hemlock hosted an eclectic motley crew of understated indie crooners, confrontational post punk performers, and fuzzed-out pop embraces.
The night began [...]
"Music has always been a matter of energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental people call it Inspiration, but what they really mean is Fuel." - Hunter [...]
Welcome back to the Boulevard Ear, a regular feature on The Bay Bridged, where our man about town examines a community's live music offerings over the course of one [...]
Mist and Mast - "Getting Out Soon"
The Make Out Room sits in the center of a hot scene - Cafe's Lolo and Revolution and a mini-park across the street [...]
Songs For Moms
It is with great joy that I report to you from Oakland's 1-2-3-4 Go! Record Store. Truly the lil' record store that could. They now boast live [...]