Wild Decade goes bi-coastal, channels Freddy Krueger on new album

Remember Bad Bibles? Them dudes came out of nowhere back in 2011-12 with their fiery post-punk rock, then kinda disappeared just as quickly. Well, they didn't actually disappear, they were just busy reinventing themselves as a bi-coastal project and rechristening themselves Wild Decade. The band is still led by principle songwriters Phil Maves (in NYC) and Dan Leech (in SF), and they've got a new album out called Conductor that features a few songs fans of Bad Bibles will recognize, as well as several new cuts. Conductor is 11 songs in just 35 minutes, so we're talking tight, focused post-punk [...]

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January's Best: Our favorite Bay Area songs from the blog last month

Here's our latest month-in-review mix collecting some our favorite new (or new to us) songs recently posted on the website. Gathered in the mix are over a dozen new tracks that were posted on TheBayBridged.com in January, with links below to download each of them individually. Mixtape: Best of the Blog January 2012 Tracklisting: 1. Surf Club - "Lonely Days" 2. Terry Malts - "Nauseous" 3. SorryEverAfter - "Honey Girl" 4. Future Twin - "Yuka" 5. Magic Bullets - "What Took You So Long?" 6. Young Prisms - "Floating in Blue" 7. James & Evander - "Unthinkable" 8. Donovan Quinn [...]

Review & Photos: Kids on a Crime Spree, Bad Bibles, Adios Amigo @ The Hemlock 1/27/12

The stage at last Friday night's show at the Hemlock hosted an eclectic motley crew of understated indie crooners, confrontational post punk performers, and fuzzed-out pop embraces. The night began with Adios Amigo, which features Johnny Major from another Spanish-named band, Il Gato. Their music is more low-key than in your face, with subtle crescendos and washed out three-part vocal harmonies. It's the perfect music for the end of a day at the beach, when the late afternoon sun pales everything to a light golden hue. If that is your thing, their new album is available for a free download [...]

Bad Bibles' new EP out this week, play Hemlock Friday 1/27 with Kids on a Crime Spree, Adios Amigo

Bad Bibles EP by Bad Bibles This week marks the release of a powerful new garage rock EP from Bad Bibles, who play Friday the 27th at the Hemlock with Adios Amigo (members of Il Gato) and Slumberland pop band Kids on a Crime Spree (9:30pm, $7, RSVP). You can stream the EP either on SoundCloud (above) or on Bad Bibles' Bandcamp page.

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