ISHI to bring indie dance sounds to DNA Lounge

Dallas-based indie/electronic band Ishi will be playing DNA Lounge this weekend, bringing some dance tunes to the Bay Area.

As a part of their 2014 summer tour, the group will be […]

By |July 28, 2014|0 Comments
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    Introducing: Major Powers & The Lo-Fi Symphony pioneer “adventure rock”

Introducing: Major Powers & The Lo-Fi Symphony pioneer “adventure rock”

When a band writes a bio that reads: “cliff-diving competition between Freddie Mercury and Tom Waits, while Danny Elfman makes out with Indiana Jones,” you can go ahead and assume their music […]

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    Matt Jaffe and The Distractions offer youthful take on vintage rock

Matt Jaffe and The Distractions offer youthful take on vintage rock

Matt Jaffe and The Distractions, led by young frontman Matt Jaffe, will be playing Bottom of the Hill this weekend.

Jaffe has come a long way. From playing the open […]

By |July 25, 2014|0 Comments
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    Different Fur presenting GRMLN, Everyone Is Dirty, Mall Walk at Rickshaw Stop

Different Fur presenting GRMLN, Everyone Is Dirty, Mall Walk at Rickshaw Stop

GRMLN will headline a gig at Rickshaw Stop on Wednesday, July 30, with Everyone Is Dirty and Mall Walk. The show will be presented by Different Fur Studios. GRMLN’s […]

By |July 25, 2014|1 Comment

Bicycle Day release ‘I Had A Place To Be’

There’s something to admire about East Bay-based band Bicycle Day. And their debut album, I Had A Place To Be, can fully back that notion. Recorded in Anaheim’s Thee […]

By |July 25, 2014|1 Comment

Premiere: Balms releases dream-pop single “Golden Hair”

SF-based dream-pop/shoegaze band Balms currently has a EP in the works, and in the meantime, has a new single to premiere here: “Golden Hair.”

“Golden Hair” is a dreamy, cosmic tune […]

By |July 24, 2014|0 Comments

Seatraffic releases new video, playing with GEMS on Friday

San Francisco drum and synth duo Seatraffic are back with a new music video for their latest single “Precious Stones”. Seatraffic will perform with GEMS and Running In The […]

By |July 24, 2014|0 Comments

Thurston Moore / Sebadoh announce joint West Coast tour

All you sensitive alt babies get ready, because Sebadoh and Thurston Moore have joined forces for a double bill at the Great American Music Hall on October 7th.

Thurston Moore is a […]

By |July 24, 2014|0 Comments

Ticket Giveaway: Andrew Jackson Jihad at Slim’s 7/28/14

What have Andrew Jackson Jihad been up to the last few years? Getting a little more conventional.

Not too conventional, mind you. On their latest record, Christmas Island, Ben Gallaty […]

By |July 24, 2014|0 Comments

Check out Split Screens’ new single “Stand Alone”

I can’t quite figure out Split Screens.  Are they a psychedelic band masquerading as folk rockers?  Or a progressive rock group with an oddball pop sensibility?  Maybe both.  Maybe […]

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    Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: The Soft White Sixties, Fritz Montana, and more

Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: The Soft White Sixties, Fritz Montana, and more

To enter for a chance to win tickets to any show below, email contest@thebaybridged.comwith the name of the band and the date of the show you’re entering for in […]

By |July 23, 2014|0 Comments

Main Attrakionz headlines an eclectic night at Milk Bar

If there’s one thing I dislike about our local music scene, it’s the relative lack of quality hip hop shows compared to their rock and roll peers. Well, Milk […]

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