Giveaway: Bleeding Rainbow @ Rickshaw Stop, 9/10/13

If you didn't see Philly-based Bleeding Rainbow the last time they rolled through town with their new four-person lineup, then you definitely missed out. Luckily the band is coming back to our fair city to play Rickshaw Stop on September 10, so you have a chance to fix that mistake. All right, fine, I'll make it easy for you. Email me at mike.g@thebaybridged.com by Friday, September 6 at 5pm PT, and you'll be eligible to win a pair of tickets to the show. Include "Bleeding Rainbow" in the subject line and your full name in the body of the email. [...]

Interview: Bleeding Rainbow on playing in SF and unexpected influences (playing Great American, 4/28/13)

In its relatively short existence, Philadelphia's Bleeding Rainbow has gone through quite the evolution. Originally a duo named Reading Rainbow consisting of spouses Rob Garcia on vocals and guitar and Sarah Everton on vocals and drums, the band is now a full-fledged, hard rocking four-piece (legend has it that indie punk goddess Carrie Brownstein told them Reading Rainbow was a weak name—and when Carrie Brownstein says some shit like that, YOU CHANGE YOUR NAME). The band released two albums as Reading Rainbow: 2010's Prism Eyes, in which the duo explored pop song structures; and, prior to that, the self-released Mystical [...]

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Crocodiles, Terry Malts, and Bleeding Rainbow play Rickshaw Stop Friday, 3/9/12

Crocodiles – "Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)" San Diego’s noisy and glammy five-piece Crocodiles have announced the release of their third album Endless Flowers on June 5 via Frenchkiss Records. The track “Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)” is downloadable above. The band headlines Rickshaw Stop this Friday, March 9, with support from our very own Terry Malts and some good Philly pop from Bleeding Rainbow (previously called Reading Rainbow). Check out the new video for Terry Malts’ “I do” (dir. Kyle Camarillo) off of the new and excellent LP Killing Time and see how the talented Corry Cunningham can casually drink a [...]

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