Split Screens have made a big impression on The Bay Bridged in just a few years: the brainchild of local musician Jesse Cafiero, Split Screens have fast became a […]
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Film School reunited on Friday night, bringing the band’s five-person lineup from their classic self-titled album together for the first time in eight years. Our friend Debra Zeller was […]
“Well I love kitties and I love puppies / I can’t stand agendas and fuck all the yuppies!” WAG joyfully cries on their ode to slackerdom, “Melt,” one of […]
JEFF The Brotherhood touring in support of ‘Dig The Classics’ EP; West Coast swing stops at Bottom of the Hill
Nashville duo JEFF The Brotherhood recently announced that their new self-produced EP of covers entitled Dig The Classics will drop on September 30, and brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall […]
There’s something to be said about a band that can drive out a woman drinking a glass of white wine after only a couple songs at their show. She […]
Fans of fuzz will want to check out Nothing (yep, that’s their name), all the way in from Philadelphia and playing this Sunday at Bottom of the Hill. A […]
“Let’s leave before the headliner,” an obnoxious, predictably male voice materialized from somewhere amidst the haze of the smoke-filled patio at the Bottom of the Hill. I shouldn’t […]
Saturday night at Bottom of the Hill laid claim to an all San Francisco based line-up, and two very exciting vinyl releases. Split Screens released The Sinner, a 7-inch […]
San Francisco’s Doncat took my favorite approach to crowdfunding this year to fund pressing of his vinyl LP, Don Gato. He decided he was making an album no matter […]
New York’s Yellow Ostrich swings through Bottom of the Hill tonight as part of lengthy US tour that kicked off in Boston in late February, took the band through […]