Live this week: 9/21-27

Tuesday, September 21 Casiotone For The Painfully Alone (final tour), Otouto (Australia) @ Bar 355 Wednesday, September 22 Burnt Ones, Yeah Great Fine (Portland), Sleeptalks @ El Rio Thursday, September 23 Jason Falkner, The 88, The Ferocious Few @ Slim's Sean Hayes, Obo Martin @ The New Parish Friday, September 24 Sick of Sarah, City Light, Here Come the Saviours @ Rickshaw Stop Rykarda Parasol, Mister Loveless, The Spyrals @ Bottom of the Hill Saturday, September 25 120 Minutes and Shutter Present oOoOO @ Milk Bar Sunday, September 26 Social Studies, Jared Mees & the Grown Children, Monarques @ Hemlock [...]

Live This Month: March 2010 (Podcast #203)

[podcast][/podcast] Every month, we dedicate the first week's podcast to highlighting some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing soon in the San Francisco Bay Area. We've got eleven great bands playing some excellent shows around the Bay in March, so head out and see some live music! Subscribe to The Bay Bridged's podcast to get each week's new episode downloaded free to your iTunes! About the bands: In April, Small Black ("Despicable Dogs") will re-release their self-titled EP on Jagjaguwar. The band co-headlines the Rickshaw Stop with Washed Out on March 28th. Pictureplane and Young Prisms also perform. [...]

City Light’s Burned Out Bright out now, show tonight

The Seattle-to-San-Francisco collaborative project known as City Light no longer has a sole album on its roster. Several musicians (singer-songwriter Matt Shaw, producer Nick Andre, musician/producer Denver Valley, musicians Andy Fitts and Marc Bianchi) have come together to release Burned Out Bright, a collection of sleek and bright electro-rock. The album is available now via Banter Media - check out "Someday Maybe," available below. City Light - "Someday Maybe" City Light are set to play the Rickshaw Stop tonight (Wednesday 3/3, 8 pm, $10) opening for Phantogram (NYC), along with fellow locals the Frail.

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Her Space Holiday/City Light: New Single, US Tour

San Mateo's Her Space Holiday are heading out soon on their first national tour in four years, beginning with a kickoff show at Bottom of the Hill on May 6th. They'll be joined at the show and on tour by City Light, a multi-city project teaming Seattle singer-songwriter Matt Shaw and long time friend and Bay Area producer Nick Andre with Denver Dalley (Desaparecidos, Statistics, and Intramural) and Andy Fitts (Airport Cathedral, Aqueduct). In addition to the tour, HSH and City Light have also teamed up for a split single on Banter Records, featuring each band covering the other: [...]

Live This Month: May 2009 (Podcast #162)

[podcast][/podcast] Subscribe to the The Bay Bridged weekly podcast to get each new episode downloaded free to your iTunes the moment it's published! Every month, we dedicate a week of our podcast to highlighting some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing soon in the San Francisco Bay Area. We've got a dozen great bands playing some excellent shows this month, so head out and see some live music! About the bands: Minneapolis' Greycoats ("Goodbye, Sweet Youth, Goodbye") have a West Coast trip this month that includes a date with their former tourmates Loquat, during Loquat's residency at Cafe [...]

Noise Pop: Saturday Preview!

Tomorrow is the last full day of Noise Pop, and it's a duesy. But before you start your night of shows, head over to the Pop N' Shop at The Verdi Club. This awesome independent design fair has become one or Noise Pop's coveted non-music events, and includes designers and artists selling clothing, jewelry, posters and more. It takes place from 12pm-4pm and is free! Saturday will also feature a couple of matinee shows, one of which is at Bottom of the Hill with The Matches, Dizzy Balloon and Ex-Boyfriends. Oakland's The Matches are guaranteed to put on a fun [...]

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