San Francisco, California, USA

10-piece Hip-Hop/Latin Fusion Powerhouse from San Francisco, CA


“If San Francisco was one big dance floor, Bayonics would be its house band.”

San Francisco Bay Guardian, 7/26/2011

Bayonics are a ten-piece band from San Francisco’s Mission District that defines today’s Bay Area experience, fusing the musical genres of hip-hop, Latin music, funk and reggae with elements of rock and jazz. They have been described as a fresh, hip-hop influenced revival of legendary groups like War and Santana, continuously expanding and melding genres to match the evolving cultural landscape.

Bayonics have shared the stage with musical heavyweights ranging from the Wu-Tang Clan, Mos Def, Common and N.E.R.D. to Ozomatli, Bomba Estereo, B-Side Players and Cultura Profetica.

In September of 2011, Bayonics released their highly anticipated second album, Mission Statement. The album was produced by the Rondo Brothers, whose past projects and collaborations include acts such as Dan the Automator, Handsome Boy Modeling School and Deltron 3030.

The band has been featured on the cover of the San Francisco Chronicle’s Datebook section and is widely recognized as one of the top live acts in the Bay Area. They held the #1 spot on the Reverb Nation Latin charts for San Francisco through 2010 and 2011. In August of 2011 they were awarded the San Francisco Bay Guardian Editor’s Pick for “Best of the Bay – Best Frisco Fusion.”


Mission Statement (Spring 2011)
Bayonics - LP
On the Grind - EP
Aye Mami - Single
Time Over Money - Single

City Roots ( 2013)

Can't Give it Up (2015 - in production)

Set List

Streets Are Cold
Move Your Body
La Huera
Paz Y Guerra
Can't Give It Up
Ay Mami
Faded Dreams
Time Over Money
La Kancha
On The Grind
So Unreal
Wheels Keep Turning