Video: Dead to Me, “Fear is the New Bliss”

The unpredictable and ever-evolving SF punk band Dead To Me are gearing up to release their long-awaited LP American Son of Cholo this year. With original singer and guitarist Jack Dalrymple rejoining the ranks in 2016, they gave fans a taste of what to come with the brutally honest EP I Wanna Die in Los Angeles. The release date for the LP is still unannounced, but check out the video for the first single "Fear is the New Bliss" in the meantime. Check them out as they wrap up their West Coast tour in San Francisco next month. Dead to [...]

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Review & Photos: Three Days of 1-2-3-4 Go Records' Go! Go! @ The New Parish, 5/16-5/18/13

Emily's Army began submitting recordings to 1-2-3-4 Go! about four years ago, when most members were 13. I could have fathered them. It helped that the guy to my right could be their grandfather (and he was sporting a dog collar). It's a little uncomfortable how great they are. It is frightening to think what they could be doing in a few years. My only fatherly advice: notch down the Green Day, study Sandinista, and stay away from my daughters. Check them out June 8th at Oakland's Uptown with Meat Market! Get their record Lost at Seventeen as soon as [...]

Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: A giveaway of epic proportions

I know every Wednesday we make some hyperbolic statement about how many sets of tickets we have to give away that week, but we really mean it this time. That's why we're keeping this intro short and sweet – read on for all your free-ticket fixes. To enter any contest submit an email to contest[at]thebaybridged[dot]com with your full name in the body and the concert you're entering the contest for in the subject line. You may only submit your name once to only one contest. Winners for each show will be decided using the guidelines listed below. Thursday, September 27th [...]

Review & Photos: Broadway Calls, Dead to Me, The Arteries, Strike to Survive @ The Arlene Francis Center, Santa Rosa 5/21/12

The Arlene Francis Center, located in Santa Rosa's downtown Railroad Square, is an essential venue for Santa Rosa's underground music scene. You'll never go there and just see a band play- there's always local artists putting up new pieces, fire dancers, creepy transients mingling with underage girls, etc. Monday night was no exception. Santa Rosa hardcore favorites Strike to Survive opened the evening with a quick and hard-hitting set, including an awesome cover of the Beastie Boys' "Sabotage." UK boys The Arteries played hard and fast. This wasn't their first journey over the ocean from their homeland of Wales, and [...]

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