Review + Photos: Luna, Everyone is Dirty at the Independent

Photo by William Wayland Words by Sosha Young On Friday, February 7, Luna and Everyone is Dirty played to a sold-out crowd at San Francisco’s best-sounding venue, the Independent. I grew up on the East Coast listening to Luna songs and meditating on the lyrics. Now I’m an Oakland girl who dances at a lot of Everyone is Dirty shows. In the 1990s, Luna was the pub-rock band in New York and so many cool college towns of the Northeast. Now, Everyone is Dirty fills a similar role for the West Coast scene. Call me a romantic, but I [...]

By |February 11, 2020|Tags: , |

Photos: Everyone is Dirty at Bottom of the Hill

Everyone is Dirty (photo: Robert Alleyne) It was a diverse night of music on Thursday, February 15th, at Bottom of the Hill as Everyone Is Dirty, Sis, and Firemaid all performed. Firemaid opened with a set of warm, organic, soul-music that was given an extra punch by the addition of a small horn section. Sis soothed spirits with a collection of dreamy, serene indie cuts at only their second show as a band. Everyone Is Dirty closed the evening with a raucous set that got the small crowd jumping late into the night! Check out the gallery below for all the sights. [...]

By |February 20, 2018|Tags: |

Live This Month: September 2017 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts

http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_September_2017.mp3 Download: Live This Month: September 2017 (Podcast #414) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. A ton of stellar local bands are featured in this month's mix, including newer acts Club Night, Sea Blite, and Humid, all of which formed just last year. By comparison, Tino Drima got its start way back in 2014, evolving from a duo into the six-piece band whose first LP arrives this month. We've also got new music from the terrific Oakland bands Everyone Is Dirty [...]

Three unique local acts (Foxtails Brigade, Everyone Is Dirty, Spooky Mansion) hit the Chapel

Tonight, the Chapel will play host to an excellent trio of acts, each brilliant in their own way: Foxtails Brigade, Everyone Is Dirty, and Spooky Mansion. All three bands are Bay Area locals, and all three have steered their art into striking new territory. Fronted by the silken-voiced Laura Weinbach, Foxtails Brigade concocts an idiosyncratic blend of genres that hovers somewhere between twee indie pop, lounge singing, carnival music, and however you might pin down acts like Reverie Sound Revue, Panda Bear, and Merrill Garbus’s tUnE-yArDs. Like those bands, Foxtails Brigade makes use of angular, unexpected intervals and vertiginous shifts [...]

Everyone Is Dirty set off on national tour, play SF Halloween show

Your favorite electric violin-governed rockers are hitting their own campaign trail bringing the sounds of Everyone is Dirty to as many corners of America as possible. The Oakland four-piece powered by Sivan Lioncub (violin, vocals), Chris Daddio (guitar), Tony Sales (drums), and Tyler English (bass) sets off today starting through the Southwest and preparing to leave 20 lucky cities with ringing ears. Dying is Fun, the band’s debut record, has hit two years old, but if you’re playing catch-up I suggest starting your education with “California” or “Mama, No!!!” on repeat for a minimum of one week. Fast forward to earlier [...]

By |September 27, 2016|Tags: |

Mixtape: New Releases from Some of the Bay Area’s Best Record Labels

http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/Record_Labels_2016_Mixtape.mp3 Download: Mixtape: New Releases from Some of the Bay Area's Best Record Labels (Podcast #393) Support for this podcast is provided by Goldstar. Visit their web site at goldstar.com/thebaybridged The post first ran on KQED.org. A record label may not be a necessity for a musician in 2016, considering the remarkable ease with which anyone can record an album and put it out into the world, and its benefits may not be obvious to some, given the precarious state of the music industry as a whole. Still, amidst the sea of countless new releases every week, there's undeniable value [...]

Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: Joseph, Everyone is Dirty and more

To enter for a chance to win tickets to any show below, email contest@thebaybridged.com with the name of the band and the date of the show you’re entering in the subject line and your full name in the body of the email. Winners will be selected at random and notified via email. Friday, April 22 Zed, Devil in California, Swamphammer, Skunk @ Bottom of the Hill 9pm, $12, 21+. Buy advance tickets here. Saturday, April 23 Joseph, Before The Brave @ Swedish American Hall 8:30pm, $15, all ages. Buy advance tickets here. Saturday, April 23 Joshua Cook & The Key [...]

Let It Bleed: Sea Witch to bring rock and roll tampon drive to the Bay

I was lucky to be able to chat with Lauren Espina of the collective Our House last year, and she mentioned that apart from working with Our House, she and some friends were working on a new production collective called Sea Witch which would focus on "darker, weirder kind of stuff." Then, Sea Witch didn't have any shows under their belt, but now with a few down, they have something important and fun in store: Let It Bleed. Probably the first "Rock and Roll Tampon Drive," the show takes on many roles as it kicks off Women's History Month. For one, they're presenting [...]

Photos and thanks from our 10th Anniversary Party at the Rickshaw Stop!

We knew that our tenth anniversary party would be a night to remember, but that was one hell of a show! With great performances by Hot Flash Heat Wave, John Vanderslice, Annie Girl & the Flight, and Everyone is Dirty, who generously agreed to fill in for the ailing The Stone Foxes only a few hours before the show. A heartfelt thank you to all of the bands, to DJ Danny Gloverrr, and to the great staff at the Rickshaw Stop. We'd also like to thank Magnolia Photo Booth Co., Jolt 'n Bolt Bakery & Café for delicious pastries, and [...]

The Bay on Bowie: Bay Area bands memorialize the iconic cultural hero

Our beloved Starman has passed on, and as the news has sunk deep into our hearts and minds, we at The Bay Bridged are giving a space for some of our favorite local bands and musicians to dedicate their David Bowie tributes, however they wish to honor him. The consensus, if we could ever come to one? It's quite hard to distill years of Bowie memories into words; many had their sexual awakenings to Bowie's package in Labyrinth; and so many parts of his body of work had a profound impact on people. Read their poignant words below. Derek Barber, Perhapsy/Bells [...]

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