Split Screens release show Saturday at Bottom of the Hill

Split Screens have made a big impression on The Bay Bridged in just a few years: the brainchild of local musician Jesse Cafiero, Split Screens have fast became a […]

By |September 18, 2014|0 Comments
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    Interview: Astronauts, etc. releases ‘Sadie’ EP, breaking in new Oakland venue Leo’s

Interview: Astronauts, etc. releases ‘Sadie’ EP, breaking in new Oakland venue Leo’s

This month, Anthony Ferraro’s plan is to record his first full-length album at Tiny Telephone under the appropriately cosmic moniker Astronauts, etc. The project’s name is a tongue-in-cheek reference to […]

By |September 16, 2014|0 Comments

bAd bAd – “i don’t use gel, i don’t use mousse”

bAd bAd continues to lead the mariachi surf punk scene, as evidenced by their most recent single, “i don’t use gel i don’t use mousse”. bAd bAd frontman Christian […]

By |September 15, 2014|0 Comments

Get to Know: Hungry Skinny

San Francisco rock ‘n’ roll outfit Hungry Skinny has dropped a steady stream of releases over the last three years, including two singles in 2014 alone. Members Garrett Riley […]

By |September 15, 2014|0 Comments
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    Bass Drum of Death to release ‘Rip This’, playing Great American

Bass Drum of Death to release ‘Rip This’, playing Great American

Oxford, Mississippi’s Bass Drum of Death recently announced that they will release their third full-length Rip This on October 7 via Innovative Leisure, and the band just shared the […]

By |September 15, 2014|0 Comments

New SF venue Doc’s Lab opens this weekend in North Beach

Doc’s Lab – San Francisco’s newest performance venue – opens this weekend at 124 Columbus Avenue in the city’s North Beach neighborhood. A joint venture of Christopher Burnett (Darwin […]

By |September 12, 2014|0 Comments

Big Tree – “Raise the Flag”

Big Tree have unleashed “Raise the Flag,” which premiered recently via Culture Collide.

The song is multi-layered and complex, exposing the band’s roots in indie pop and psychedelia, with fuzz […]

By |September 12, 2014|0 Comments

The Tropics release new video for “Sons and Daughters”

From their forthcoming debut release, Wind House, which comes out October 28th on Breakup Records, The Tropics are here with a new video (for a new single) titled “Sons and Daughters.”

The […]

By |September 11, 2014|1 Comment
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    The Forbin Project, Debbie Neigher play Art Boutiki’s ’80s night

The Forbin Project, Debbie Neigher play Art Boutiki’s ’80s night

Will ’80s nostalgia ever get old? Not if the Art Boutiki has anything to say about it.

However, on the venue’s upcoming ’80s night, which happens this Saturday, “nostalgia” won’t […]

By |September 11, 2014|0 Comments

Interview: Pissin’ in the Wind with John Murry

Photo: Amoreena Berg

A conversation with Oakland’s John Murry is an adventure that takes you all over the place. He’ll quickly change the subject from sports, history, fiction, politics, and […]

By |September 11, 2014|0 Comments

Win tickets to see Planet Booty at Slim’s!

The booty is back. And you can be a part of it. But before we get to that…

Planet Booty is notoriously known in Oakland for bringing the most booty-filled shows […]

By |September 10, 2014|0 Comments
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    Academy Award nominee Owen Pallett headlines Great American with Avi Buffalo and Foxes in Fiction this week

Academy Award nominee Owen Pallett headlines Great American with Avi Buffalo and Foxes in Fiction this week

I don’t really know, but I’d guess that the process of getting nominated for an Academy Award isn’t easy, especially when you’re simultaneously working on your own album and […]

By |September 10, 2014|0 Comments
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