Last of the Blacksmiths, Telegraph Canyon, Marabelle Phoenix @ the Hotel Utah Saloon – 6/2

On a rainy Tuesday night, I headed out to the Hotel Utah to catch Telegraph Canyon and Last of the Blacksmiths. It was a night out with friends [...]

By |June 5, 2009|Comments Off on Last of the Blacksmiths, Telegraph Canyon, Marabelle Phoenix @ the Hotel Utah Saloon – 6/2

1 Violin, 1 Cello, 2 Huge Sets of Testicles – Judgement Day & Dredg @ Bimbos

Ever since the dawn of time, there has been a connection between metal and classical music. Typically you’ll find these two genres melded with the band being backed [...]

By |June 2, 2009|Comments Off on 1 Violin, 1 Cello, 2 Huge Sets of Testicles – Judgement Day & Dredg @ Bimbos

Suburban Kids and Magic Bullets: Highlights from SF Popfest

The Bay Bridged writers caught a couple of SF Popfest shows last weekend. Check out their reviews below!

Popfest Opening Night at the Rickshaw, by Chris DeMento

Opening night was [...]

John Vanderslice’s Romanian Names release party rocks the Rickshaw

Photos by: Charlie Homo

For someone known to many first as a studio owner and production genius, John Vanderslice's performance at the Rickshaw Stop on Tuesday made a compelling case [...]

By |May 22, 2009|Comments Off on John Vanderslice’s Romanian Names release party rocks the Rickshaw

Horny Goat Weed: Floating Goat at Annie’s Social Club

The crimson warmth of Annie's was a welcome respite from the bluster of Saturday night, with high winds pushing put-upon smokers into the nooks and crannies of the facade. [...]

By |April 29, 2009|Comments Off on Horny Goat Weed: Floating Goat at Annie’s Social Club

Papercuts Bring it Back to the Bay

Friday night’s show at Café du Nord was a homecoming for local act Papercuts, the four-piece led by guitarist and vocalist, Jason Quever. “I can’t remember the last time [...]

By |April 27, 2009|Comments Off on Papercuts Bring it Back to the Bay

Fleet Foxes soon-to-be Bay Area residents?

Photos by: Charlie Homo

Tuesday night at the Fillmore, Fleet Foxes leadman Robin Pecknold constantly insinuated the band's interest in moving to what he called "the place he thinks of [...]

Photos: South by Southwest – Day 1

Although you may having been following our days over at the live blog - here are some added photos from the shows we check out.

Telekinesis @ Mohawk - Austinist [...]

By |March 19, 2009|Comments Off on Photos: South by Southwest – Day 1

A Little Bit Acoustic, A Whole Lotta Rock – Telegraphics, Bhi Bhiman, Stone Foxes and Strangefeather @ Red Devil Lounge

It had been a while since my last visit to the Red Devil Lounge, the last time being a stop in to check out a friend of a friend [...]

By |March 13, 2009|Comments Off on A Little Bit Acoustic, A Whole Lotta Rock – Telegraphics, Bhi Bhiman, Stone Foxes and Strangefeather @ Red Devil Lounge

The Airborne Toxic Event with The Henry Clay People and Rademacher @ The Bottom of the Hill, 2/13/09

The rhythm section of LA's own The Henry Clay People, Mike (drums) and Jonathan (bass), were all smiles out back after their set, having warmed up the stage quite [...]

By |February 20, 2009|4 Comments

The Bay Bridged 3rd B-Day Bash – Geographer, Birds and Batteries, and the Heavenly States at Rickshaw Stop

Photos by Agata Kamler

Celebrating birthdays is second to but one thing, celebrating un-birthdays (which are super sweet because you can throw them so much more frequently).  That is unless [...]

By |February 13, 2009|Comments Off on The Bay Bridged 3rd B-Day Bash – Geographer, Birds and Batteries, and the Heavenly States at Rickshaw Stop

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