LMSFN brings Dam-Funk, Alina Bea to Eli’s tonight!

Never fear, Bay Bridged readers, we have your Friday night plans handled. If you're looking for a stacked lineup to cap off your week, look no further than Eli's Mile High Club at 8pm tonight — this local-weighted bill is a doozy. An expertly curated blend of hip-hop and electro-pop, Eli's, in conjunction with concert promo collective LMSFN (go ahead and guess what the F stands for), has Parentz, Dam-Funk, Adam Vida, and Alina Bea slated for sets, with records slung by B-Side Brujas in between. SUP Street Food will also be slingin' snacks. Tickets are $10 presale, $15 at [...]

Adam Vida (FKA A-1) joins the lineup for Phono del Sol 2016!

Important Phono del Sol 2016 update: We're very excited to announce that the ninth and final artist performing at the 2016 Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival is the Mission District's own Adam Vida! Formerly known as A-1, Adam is one of our favorite rappers, having established himself as one of hip-hop's premier lyricists over a series of mixtapes. https://soundcloud.com/adamraps/sifu-prod-mikos-da-gawd-mr-carmack-and-woostaar With a new EP dropping soon, we're thrilled that Adam Vida will perform at Phono del Sol 2016! As a reminder, he'll be joining Chairlift, Alvvays, Born Ruffians, Mr. Little Jeans, The Seshen, The She's, Hot Flash Heat Wave, [...]

Live This Month: May 2016 — an audio guide to upcoming SF concerts

http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_May_2016.mp3 Download: Live This Month: May 2016 (Podcast #385) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. Plenty of younger bands populate this month's set of concert picks, but May's highlights include a significant number of indie veterans. Take the Atlanta trio pictured above, The Coathangers, whose fifth album may be the group's best yet. Local vets Rogue Wave returned last month after a three year break between records with their sixth LP, Delusions of Grand Fur, while the new LP from former [...]

Is the San Francisco music scene dead? We search for clues.

Hot Flash Heat Wave at the Rickshaw Stop, January 31, 2016 I recently heard the music scene in San Francisco was dead, and being a writer for a website dedicated to covering the music scene in San Francisco, I was obviously a little concerned. To get to the bottom of this, I went out to find some comments from some members on the scene. But man, it was kind of difficult. I thought I'd start with Chuck Prophet, who at this point should be considered one of the deans of the SF scene (if it still exists). Unfortunately, [...]

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