Reminder: The Bay Bridged Presents a Benefit for the Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco at the Great American Music Hall, 2/9/11

Just a final reminder about Wednesday night's benefit show for the Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco. Four great bands, one of SF's historic venues: this is going to be a great time. Also: there will be a warm coat drive held at the show. Bring any warm coats to donate on Wednesday night! Thee Oh Sees Sic Alps Ty Segall The Sandwitches February 9, 2011 Great American Music Hall 8pm, $13 adv/$16 door, All Ages Purchase Tickets Here Thee Oh Sees - "Warm Slime" Sic Alps - "Do You Want To Give $$?" Ty Segall - "California Commercial (live)" The [...]

The Bay Bridged Presents: Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps, Ty Segall, The Sandwitches at the Great American Music Hall, 2/9/11

On Wednesday, February 9th, four of San Francisco's best bands come together for a night of rock and roll to benefit the Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco. Add to that the fact that the Great American Music Hall remains one of the City's best (and best-sounding) venues, and we're excited to be a part of what should be an excellent show. Thee Oh Sees Sic Alps Ty Segall The Sandwitches February 9, 2011 Great American Music Hall 8pm, $13 adv/$16 door, All Ages Purchase Tickets Here Thee Oh Sees - "Warm Slime" Sic Alps - "Do You Want To Give [...]

Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: Worker Bee, Peter Wolf Crier, The Sandwitches

To enter any contest submit an email to contest[at]thebaybridged.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 to one contest. Winners for each show will be decided using the guidelines listed below. Thursday, January 20th Worker Bee, Sleeptalks, Nick Reinhart, Sunbeam Rd. @ Cafe du Nord To win a pair of tickets to the show be the SECOND person to enter! The show starts at 8pm, $10, 21+. Purchase advance tickets here. Peter Wolf Crier, Retribution Gospel Choir, Cannons and Clouds @ Bottom [...]

Live This Month: January 2011 — an audio guide through SF concerts this month (Podcast #240)

Live This Month: January 2011 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. After a quiet December, a number of local bands are already lining up some high-profile CD releases this month, including Deerhoof, Young Prisms, and Jake Mann. Enjoy this mix and then go check out some shows! Subscribe to The Bay Bridged Podcast! About the bands: White Fence ("Lilian (Won't You Play Drums?)") is a project led by Darker My Love's Tim Presley, who has a new album out on Woodsist [...]

New 7″ releases from the Sandwitches and the Splinters on Southpaw

Gorilla vs. Bear reports a duo of 7" single releases on Southpaw Records - The Sandwitches' "Makes Me Sick" and the Splinters' "Blood on my Hands." The Sandwitches - "Makes Me Sick" The Splinters - "Blood on my Hands" The releases are available for a limited time, with 500 total and the first 100 on color vinyl. The singles will also be available for purchase on Wednesday, August 18th at Bottom of the Hill, where the two bands will be opening for Austin's Woven Bones (9:00 pm, $10, 21+, presented by KALX).

Live this week: Bay Area Shows 7/27-8/3

Tuesday, July 27: THE DELTA MIRROR, Borneo, Here Come the Saviours @ Rickshaw Stop Wednesday, July 28: Bare Wires, Goodnight Loving, The Wrong Words @ The Knockout Pocahaunted, Mi Ami, Late Young, Peaking Lights @ Rickshaw Stop Phosphorescent, Little Wings, J. Tillman @ Bottom of the Hill Thursday, July 29: The Mantles (EP release), The Fungi Girls, Royal Baths @ The Knockout Hottub, Afghan Raiders, Woodhands, Loose Shus @ Milk Michael Musika, Zoyres, The Blank Tapes @ Viracocha Friday, July 30: Memoryhouse, Baths, Mountain Animal Hospital, Brown Irish @ Kuumbwa (Santa Cruz) Bare Wires, Ty Segall, The Sandwitches @ Amnesia [...]

The Sandwitches – ‘Duck Duck Goose’ EP out on Secret Seven Records

Either The Sandwitches have some longstanding resentment against the lullabies they heard as little girls, or they just felt like taking something bright and putting a lampshade on it. The Duck Duck Goose EP (Secret Seven Records/Empty Cellar) will have a 500-quantity run on vinyl and is available for preorder, shipping July 13. From Secret Seven: On their latest Vinyl release, Heidi and Grace from San Francisco's The Sandwitches perform four heartbreaking acoustic lullabies interwoven with the spookiest sessions of Duck Duck Goose! ever caught on tape. Recorded and Produced by Wymond Miles (The Fresh & Onlys) and The Sandwitches, [...]

Media Monday: videos from LoveLikeFire, The Sandwitches, Stripmall Architecture, and more

Every few weeks comes the necessary roundup of recent media from Bay Area bands. Check out this grab bag of videos from local groups. It's difficult to believe that LoveLikeFire are only just releasing their debut album now, given the attention and praise they've managed to collect within the Bay Area and beyond over the past couple of years. And yet, Tear Ourselves Away officially comes out in the US this week, as produced by Bill Racine (Mates of State, Rogue Wave) and recorded locally at Tiny Telephone. Check out the above video, from 2009, for "William," the album's lush, [...]

Bay Area Takeover Mix (Podcast #205)

[podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/SxSW_2010_Show.mp3[/podcast] In celebration of our third annual Bay Area Takeover party this Thursday, March 18th at Austin's Beauty Bar, we're dedicating this week's podcast to music from all 15 bands that will be performing at the show. Whether you will be in Austin or not, these are all bands that play around the Bay regularly, and they're all well worth checking out. Also, Nicole and Anna took over hosting duties for this episode, so enjoy that change-up before our dour monotones return next week. The editors are all heading down to Austin this week for South by Southwest, although we'll [...]

Noise Pop 2010: Harlem, Best Coast, The Sandwitches, Young Prisms @ Cafe du Nord

True to the nature of a show sponsored by the Columbus of uncharted music exploration, Gorilla vs. Bear's Noise Pop show took bands steaming with potential and gave them pure opportunity to shine. Du Nord's buzzing crowd last night was certainly lucky to see these bands in their SF festival debuts, and be able to say we all watched them grow. This applies to both local bands The Sandwitches and Young Prisms, whose introverted stage presence was very endearing. Though to a thinner crowd than the venue's sold out capacity predicted, Young Prisms put on a smooth delivery to their [...]

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