This week, we’re bringing you our latest monthly mix, featuring some great submissions we’ve received along with some new tracks from some old favorites:
Tommy Guerrero brings us a track from his eighth album Return of the Bastard, out now on Galaxia Records. Guerrero is celebrating ten years of releasing records with his latest work of instrumental rock, hip-hop and funk.
Longtime friends of The Bay Bridged, Finest Dearest (TBB Feature) are releasing their first full length album, a self-titled work, this month on Bloodtown Records. They’ll be celebrating the record’s release at the Bike Kitchen on April 5th.
While they’re currently completing a new full length album, The Otherside have a new two-song EP of dark rock titled Let’s Make Out. You can catch them at the Hemlock Tavern on March 28th.
SF indie poppers The Ian Fays (TBB Feature) celebrate the release of their new full length album in April. The Bay Bridged is proud to be presenting the CD release show for Dylan’s Lost Days on April 17th at Bottom of the Hill.
Old Home Movies, the The Botticellis‘ (TBB Feature) debut full length, comes out on May 13th on Antenna Farm Records. The band’s CD release show is Friday, April 18th at Cafe du Nord.
Representing the East and North Bay, Winter’s Fall released their debut EP Muddy & White last year and are already working on a follow-up. The band’s next list date is June 27th at the Bottom of the Hill.
As we discussed previously, Triclops! just put out their new album Out of Africa on Alternative Tentacles Records. They’ll be playing at Thee Parkside on April 18th.
Dance-rockers Raised by Robots close the show with a track off their debut album The Auctioneer. They’ll be playing at the Red Devil Lounge on March 26th and Retox Lounge on April 19th.
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