Our latest Monthly Mix episode of the weekly podcast includes music from nine Bay Area bands, mostly from submissions we’ve received here at The Bay Bridged.
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About this week’s bands:
Kelley Stoltz (“Pinecone”) is one of the many fine artists on the In A Cloud: New Sounds From San Francisco compilation LP that came out earlier this month. Catch him at the Make-Out Room on April 11th with the Western Family Orchestra and Sarah Bethe Nelson (of prariedog).
SF sextet Todayokay (“We Go Under”) release their album All This Weaponry this month. The record release show is at Cafe Du Nord on April 14th, with Beatbeat Whisper and Vandella.
We’ve been hearing good word-of-mouth about Jhameel‘s (“New Some City”) live performances. He has a number of upcoming shows, including one at Dolores Park Cafe on April 9th.
Shaw (“Lion In A Cage”) has recorded a number of bands, but Pretending We’re Not Animals is his debut EP, out now on Swordfish Records.
The Splinters‘ (“Electricity”) full-length Kick is out now on Double Negative Records. The band has a bunch of Bay Area shows this month, including tomorrow, April 1st, at The Eagle.
On April 27th, Antenna Farm Records releases Sugar & Gold‘s (“Feels Like Fire”) latest full length of electro-disco-pop, titled Get Wet!. Catch them at Bottom of the Hill, with Nite Jewel and Baron Von Luxxury on April 29th.
Summer of Glaciers (“Cartography”) are an SF electronic-post-rock project, whose album Concentric came out recently. You can listen to the entire full length on Bandcamp.
Tabernacle (“Kingdom Come”) features Andrew from Dame Satan with assistance from Nigel from Last of the Blacksmiths and a variety of guest contributors. The project’s EP Word, Pioneer is available on Ghost Mansion Records.
Mama Lion (“Nothing”) are a local trio with a debut EP titled Gamble, Gamble, Die. They’ll be playing at The Depot at San Francisco State on April 14th.