Ganglians return with third LP, first single “Jungle” out now

Haven't heard any news from Ganglians in some time, but, in fact, the Sacramento four-piece is Still Living. Their third LP will be released August 23 on Lefse Records. It's not too early to pre-order the 2xLP or CD, and, actually, doing so quickly would make you eligible for a limited cassette version of the album and/or poster with your purchase (digital downloads will be delivered August 16). The first single off of Still Living is "Jungle," available to download from Lefse: Ganglians - "Jungle" Still Living Tracklist: 1. Drop the Act 2. That’s What I Want 3. Evil Weave [...]

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Ticket Giveaway: Jenny + Johnny kick off tour in SF with Farmer Dave Scher, Sonny + the Sunsets, Ganglians

The lovechild of musicians Jenny Lewis and Jonathan Rice, dubbed Jenny and Johnny, will kick off their national tour today in Northern California. The couple's tour begins in Santa Cruz at the Rio Theater with Ganglians and Farmer Dave Scher, then comes to the Great American for two nights thanks to Folk Yeah. Both nights also include great local acts: 9/3: Great American Music Hall with Farmer Dave Scher, Sonny & the Sunsets 9/4: Great American Music Hall with Famer Dave Scher, Ganglians We caught a Farmer Dave Scher show a few months ago; read the review here. Jenny and [...]

Videos & Photos: Grass Widow, Ganglians @ Mission Creek Music Festival 2010

Mission Creek Music Festival - Grass Widow 7/17/10 from The Bay Bridged on Vimeo. Mission Creek Music Festival - Ganglians 7/17/10 from The Bay Bridged on Vimeo. Photos by: MBL This year's outdoor portion of the Mission Creek Music Festival was again held in the southern tip of the city at McLaren Park, including performances from Miranda Lee Richards, Brian Glaze and the Night Shift (Brian Jonestown Massacre), Grass Widow, Ganglians, The Fresh & Onlys, Thorny Brocky, The William Winant Percussion Group and Teri Gender Bender. Though the weather didn't stand strong for a warm day, the throng of sun-hungry, summer-dressed [...]

2010 Mission Creek Music Festival Mix (Podcast #222)

2010 Mission Creek Music Festival Mix (Podcast #222) After a weekend of shows in Oakland, the 2010 Mission Creek Music Festival kicks into full swing this week with concerts around the City featuring a bunch of ace predominantly local bands. This mix features ten bands playing Mission Creek shows. For the full list of upcoming events, head to I don't know a lot about The Lambs ("Brother Sister White") yet, but the San Francisco group has some excellent demos available for download on their web site. Parenthetical Girls, Grand Lake, and LENS (featuring Andy Human) join them at the [...]

Weekend Picks: 4/1-4/4

Thursday: Man/Miracle, Butterfly Bones, Red Blue Yellow, Beehive Spirit @ Milk (8pm, free) Butterfly Bones - "XOXO" Friday: Surfer Blood, Turbo Fruits, Ganglians @ Bottom of the Hill (10pm, $12, sold out) Ganglians - "Hair" (from Daytrotter) Saturday: The Love Dimension, Honey, Spyrals, Greg Ashley @ Hemlock (9:30pm, $7) Greg Ashley - "Amnesia" Sunday: Triclops!, Tubers, Brent Weinbach and Alex Koll, Peijman and Ben Kunin @ Bottom of the Hill (5pm, $10) Triclops! - "March of the Half Babies"

Ty Segall, Ganglians, Thee Oh Sees, Mayyors @ The Eagle Tavern Thursday

In what promises to be the loudest thing happening on Thursday night, Ty Segall is playing a show with some of SF and Sacto's best known punk rockers. His latest album Lemons (Goner records) has been garnering rave reviews, (even an end of year pick by the OCMD, and if you want to catch the madness it's all going down at the Eagle Tavern. (9pm, $7, 21+) Ty Segall - "It #1" Supporting will be Thee Oh Sees (who's frontman John Dwyer produced Segall's previous self-titled effort on Castle Face Records), The Ganglians and Mayyors (Sacramento). [...]

Wavves/Ganglians stir the punk rock ethic at Rickshaw on Sunday

To be honest, this might be old news by now, but it appears as if we've got a little Wavves drama to compete with Pitchfork's. No photos to prove it, sadly, just my word -- and the word of any other kiddo at the Rickshaw this past Sunday night for Wavves and Ganglians. The summer of lo-fi pop was in full force. It's early on a warm Sunday evening and the Nathan Williams fan club begins to populate the interior, waiting patiently and without buying many drinks, for the two-band bill (Best Coast canceled, didn't feel like driving up from [...]

By |September 11, 2009|Tags: , |

Live This Month: September 2009 (Podcast #179)

[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 a dozen great bands playing some excellent shows this month, 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: Chris Garneau ("No More Pirates") heads out on a West Coast tour in support of his latest album El Radio. Christina Courtin and Emily Jane White join him at Cafe Du Nord on [...]

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