2017 Southside Festival Photos + Recap

Our first ever 2017 Southside Festival is a wrap and we can't thank our attendees enough for coming out the Bayview District of San Francisco on a beautiful Saturday to see our all local music lineup. Many thanks to all of the artists who took the time to perform and share their music with us, including: Siri, Jay Stone, Xiomara, Crashing Hotels, Le VICE and Sol Development in addition to our amazing DJs danny gloverr, BISARIA and Jaso. A special shout-out to our partner Imprint.City and the many other organizations that helped to make the event happen, including Laughing Monk [...]

The Bay Bridged and Imprint.City present Southside Festival 2017

The Bay Bridged and Imprint.City are pleased to announce the inaugural Southside Music Festival — a day-long, FREE, indoor music festival, showcasing Bay Area-based musicians taking place on Saturday, April 29 from 12pm-7pm. Intended to showcase the Bayview District neighborhood, Southside Festival brings together local business, musicians and artists for a special all-day event. The festival takes place at 1439 Egbert Avenue (Egbert Avenue between Third and Jennings Street) and will showcase a wealth of deserving talent such as Sol Development, Le VICE, Crashing Hotels, Xiomara, Jay Stone, Siri and many more. This event also marks a newly-forged partnership with The Bay Bridged to [...]

Best of submissions: Stalgie, Crashing Hotels, Bangus Tron, Maxwell Paul

Crashing Hotels One thing you learn when you listen to submissions from aspiring musicians is that there are A TON of electronic composers out there, but it's very difficult to stand out from the pack. Here are some of our favorite submissions we've gotten lately that at dip into the electronica genre. Omid Moayedi is a recent SF Art Institute who has created a fascinating three-song EP as Stalgie. Laid back, but not too laid back, with dark and psychadelic elements mixed in: https://soundcloud.com/stalgie/sets/thursday-evening-fever Crashing Hotels may have the most conventional sound you'll hear in this post, but I've had [...]

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