Shortly after Twerps formed and premiered their self-titled debut album in 2011, they were already onstage at SXSW and CMJ and hitting tours with Mac DeMarco and Real Estate. Since then, they’ve […]
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Stream O Presidente’s sophomore full length Crazy Swells; album release party Saturday at Bottom of the Hill
Almost two years after returning to the Bay Area following graduation from Wesleyan University, the members of O Presidente are back with their second full length album, a nine-track […]
What’s that? You have no idea how to celebrate the end of 2014? Fortunately for you, Painted Palms knows how to end a year – with a show at Bottom of […]
Quick! Name the three animals you thought were the coolest when you were in 2nd grade.
If you said “eagle,” “wolf,” and “snake,” congratulations, you just named SF’s newest dance-pop […]
Twin Peaks and Meatbodies are both newcomers on the crowded scene of fuzzed-out retro/garage/psych rock bands, yet they’ve both managed to distinguish themselves, and you can see why this […]
Thick Red Wine – the project of New Jersey transplant Mike Wojciechowski – drops its new Homesick EP next Tuesday, November 11 via Breakup Records, and he’s celebrating tomorrow […]
Taxes releasing ‘It Never Ends’, play shows at Slim’s and Bottom of the Hill (UPDATE: stream the whole album via Bandcamp)
It’s pretty clear from the opening lines of Taxes’ press bio that frontman Robby Cronholm isn’t interested in letting anything distract from the music – especially not something like, […]
Back in July, Brighton’s The Wytches opened for METZ and Cloud Nothings
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 […]
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 […]