Rich Girls to play debut show at the Make-Out Room

Following the release of their debut album The One I Want this past November, Rich Girls, the solo project of former The Blacks front-woman Luisa Black, will be playing their first show at the Make-Out Room on January 16. The new act, which takes some musical elements from Black's former work, offers a poppy summer-daze feel with a subtle garage rock sound. The track “Sink Like Stones” (video below) features Black’s reverbed vocal abilities, a head-bobbing rhythm section, and an anthemic sound that could compliment any road trip playlist beautifully. The end result: a band that's pop-centric and melodic yet [...]

By |January 14, 2014|Tags: , |

Monthly Mix: June 2009 (Podcast #170)

[podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/June_2009_Mix.mp3[/podcast] Our latest Monthly Mix episode of the weekly podcast includes music from nine great Bay Area bands -- some submissions we've received at TBB headquarters, some stuff we've posted on the web site recently, all really good stuff. Subscribe to the The Bay Bridged weekly podcast to get each new episode downloaded free to your iTunes the moment it's published! About all of the bands: Oakland songwriter Brian Glaze ("Leader of the Band") returns with his third LP Green Living, out July 13th on World Famous In San Francisco. He'll be at McLaren Park on July 18th as part [...]

Review: The Blacks @ The Rickshaw Stop, 6/18

Photos by: Julie Schuchard Yes indie'd a sincere, sweaty performance out of your SF-based The Blacks. Also a CD release but yes, idie'd again (and proud of ourselves and clever as a left-handed skyhook from Pixar, that is, [look Up] a metanym for "snipehunt"?) our The Blacks, America's The Blacks and their buttons made of irony say with no emoticons "We [heart] The Blacks": Perhaps a discussion lay in the cards about such an eponymous flirtation with, or stab at, art--art as cultural effrontery--but keep in mind this here review comes from a guy who knows not whether any of [...]

By |June 22, 2009|Tags: |

The Blacks CD release at Rickshaw tonight

The Blacks - "Sunday Boys" (from Tiger Songs) As we reported last month, San Francisco-New York trio The Blacks' final show is tonight at the Rickshaw Stop with The Red Verse and The Ferocious Few. The band's second album, Tiger Songs will be available for the first time at the show and will be available on iTunes on July 14th. Thursday 8pm, $10, Rickshaw Stop, Fell Street at Van Ness

By |June 18, 2009|Tags: |

Live This Month: June 2009 (Podcast #166)

[podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_June_2009.mp3[/podcast] Subscribe to The Bay Bridged's podcast to get each week's new episode downloaded free to your iTunes! Every month, we dedicate a week of our 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! About the bands: Touring the West Coast behind their latest album You Can Have What You Want, Papercuts ("You Can Have What You Want") co-headline with Port O'Brien at The Independent on Thursday, June 25th. [...]

The Blacks Call It a Day with Tiger Songs

It breaks my heart to report word from Tricycle Records that San Francisco-New York trio The Blacks are breaking up, with a farewell performance at the Rickshaw Stop on Thursday, June 18th. Making the final show extra bittersweet, it'll also double as the "guitar noir" band's record release party for their second album, Tiger Songs. The Blacks - "Ammunition" (from Tiger Songs) Knowing the band's electrified live show, their final performance is sure to be more wake than funeral. To that end, the group promises "the biggest tambourine experiment yet"--referring to their mayhem-fueling habit of distributing tambourines to [...]

By |May 21, 2009|Tags: |

Things To Do: Halloween in the Bay Area

Lost for proper Halloween plans this coming Friday? Need the right excuse to get out of a bad costume party? Have no fear! There’s plenty to do in the Bay Area. Here at The Bay Bridged we don’t want you sitting home alone carving too many pumpkins. There are a lot of great events for this All Hallows Eve, whether you want to hit up an awesome show or just feel like twirling that well fitting costume around in the streets, we have you covered. The Red Verse - "Circles" The Hemlock Tavern features a really terrific all-local [...]

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