Oakland’s Frozen Folk have released a twitchy retro video for “Cat Converters”, and the one question everyone is asking is, “What the hell does that title mean?” I’m sorry […]
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 […]
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.”
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 […]
Earlier this summer, San Francisco’s own Mark Nelsen dropped his first solo effort, a woozy, five-track EP called Homeward. Apart from being Nelsen’s strongest offering as a songwriter (his previous work can […]
Just a PSA, folks: don’t take bath salts.
Instead, check out this video ABOUT bath salts (we all remember what happened in Florida, right?) from Bay Area singer-songwriter Travis Hayes.
The video […]
Photo: Rivkah Beth Medow
Although dreamy pop duo Eric + Erica have left the Bay Area for the lower rents and hotter summers of North Carolina, they remain strongly connected […]
White Fence has released a new video—their first video ever, actually—for “Like That”, off last month’s For the Recently Found Innocent. Warning: This video contains blood, vomit, suggested nudity, […]
The concept is simple: you figure out what your fans want, and bring it to them. Any price, and the content is delivered to their inboxes at their convenience.
For those of you planning to rage in the Mission for the 20th Street Block Party this weekend and find yourselves asking, “Gee, what do we do after Rogue […]
Ladies and gentlemen…Galen Ash.
A suspender-wearin’, blues-talkin’ folk singer in one of the truest senses of the genre, Galen Ash is new to the pages of The Bay Bridged. We’d […]
Photo: Jenn Dorn Heard
Cocktails’ Adult Life is one of my favorite releases of the year, and in my recent interview with frontman Patrick Clos, he mentioned some interesting […]