Photos: San Fermin + Low Roar at the Independent
San Fermin (photo: Ian Young) In support of their recently-released third album, Belong, Brooklyn rock band San Fermin and Low Roar performed at the Independent Monday night, April 24, 2017. Our photographer Ian Young was at the show to capture the great gallery of both bands performing for a very energetic and responsive crowd.
Live This Month: May 2015 — an audio guide to upcoming SF concerts
http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_May_2015.mp3 Download: Live This Month: May 2015 (Podcast #362) 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. It’s probably not that surprising that this month’s mix includes two bands each from Portland (Other Lives, Wishyunu) and from Brooklyn (San Fermin, Ava Luna), but Memphis? Supported by stellar local label Goner Records, the Tennessee city’s garage rock scene is brimming with talent, and Nots and Ex-Cult both deliver intense, raucous rock and roll likely to make for some excellent live shows. Speaking of raucous, [...]
First City Festival announces 2014 lineup featuring Beck and The National
As we told you a little while ago, the second iteration of the First City Festival will take place August 23 and 24 at the Monterey County Fair and Event Center. Now the folks behind NorCal's newest summer music fest have announced this year's lineup, and it's nothing short of spectacular, featuring indie legends Beck and The National as headliners, along with the likes of Best Coast, Dawes, Tokyo Police Club, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and Speedy Ortiz, as well as local faves Geographer, Sleepy Sun, The Family Crest, Doe Eye, Cool Ghouls, and Survival Guide. In addition to performers on [...]
San Fermin to play Café Du Nord
Baroque pop suite San Fermin will be making a stop at the intimate, shadowy Café Du Nord in support of their fall tour following the September release of their self-titled debut album. Focused on polyrhythm and the complexity of human emotion, Brooklynite Ellis Ludwig-Leone composes and arranges multi-instrumental movements—and the group’s self-titled album listens more like a symphony than a collection of pop duds. Café Du Nord should make for great surroundings for the quartet. First single “Sonsick” (video below) is heavy but brilliant—under the somber lights at du Nord, you'll feel the battle between angst and elation. As the track [...]