155 Fell St
San Francisco, California 94102

TheBayBridged.com is proud to present a night of smart, catchy, danceable rock music at the Rickshaw Stop. You won’t want to miss this line-up of top-notch local talent:

About the bands:

Headliner Social Studies has been turning making waves with their infectious debut EP This is the World’s Biggest Hammer and their super-fun live show. Says the San Francisco Bay Guardian, “San Francisco’s Social Studies excel in ardent electropunk and get high marks for their cheerful blend of Casiotone-charged melodies and stripped-down tempos…the quartet knows how to rock a dance floor by playfully weaving a nostalgic arcade hook between flushed bursts of guitar and disco drums…they’ll likely be graduating to pop stardom in no time.”

Berkeley’s Tempo No Tempo has been tearing it up at venues around the Bay Area. According to The Owl Mag, “Having performed with Ima Robot and Bay Area hotshots Scissors for Lefty and The Morning Benders, it’s no surprise that Tempo No Tempo have received overwhelmingly positive attention. With the debut of their EP The Get Down, it’s clear they deserve it. In all six tracks are crystalline instrumentals set to malleable, dancefloor-ready rhythms, topped off with anxious, driving vocals courtesy of Chris Cadena. Talk about your perfect party music!”

The Lovely Public : Aquarius Records called it, “The Lovely Public draws together many styles as they roam through different dramatic scenes, slinking in and out of the shadows — like an ensemble of olden time court entertainers descending into an electrified pagan ritual. Burning Tape At The Mystery Dinner has elements of jazz, post-rock, avant-folk, pop, krautrock, psych and much more. Whew, can you keep up with them? At once, very trippy yet very surefooted…Recommended.”

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Added by monosyllabic on May 22, 2007