San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2005
San Francisco's Mesh Magazine burst onto the Bay Area scene a little over two years ago and caused a stir with a amalgamation of content that both celebrated and skewered the independent music and art world. Now, the print version of the popular magazine finally has a worthy representation and extension of itself on the Web at http://www.meshsf.com.
Covering artist and musicians like Lyrics Born, Deerhoof, The Mall, Von Iva, Slayer, Tussle, Hightower, Sleater Kinney and more, Mesh Magazine is clearly on the cutting edge of music. The magazine has also caused a huge stir in the burgeoning San Francisco art scene, specifically in the Mission School, the city's movement that is now gaining worldwide attention. With a different artist featured on each cover, from Sam Flores to Caitlin Kuhwald to Zenaida Sengo, the magazine has lifted many of these artists to the next level. It's additional coverage of film, food (including the now legendary Confessions of a Restaurant Whore column), fashion and culture is focused on the trendsetters of the Bay Area. Mesh has hosted packed events at San Francisco's hottest venues, including 111 Minna Gallery, The Rickshaw Stop & The Hush Hush Lounge since its inception over two years ago. It's true what the magazine says, Mesh readers don't follow trends, they set them.
http://www.meshsf.com features all of the print version's content, plus Web exclusive features, columns and reviews, a message board, and a soon to be launched local music section featuring MP3s from the Bay Area's best recording artists. The site already receives over 60,000 unique visitors per month, a number that is increasing exponentially.
http://www.meshsf.com is set to cause just as much of a splash on the Web as Mesh Magazine has on print.