Wild Ones are the latest indie pop band to emerge from the Portland scene that produced Typhoon and Bay Area favorites Radiation City (speaking of Radiation City, got your […]
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San Francisco by way of Hudson, New York quartet Yassou Benedict are releasing their debut EP In Fits In Starts on July 2, and they’re celebrating this Saturday, June […]
By the start of Tuesday night’s show at Bottom of the Hill, the turnout was a little concerning. With a bill headlined by Metz (one of Sub Pop’s newer […]
The time has come to mentally prepare yourselves for a night of face-melting psych epics, as Tjutjuna opens for Japanese psych legends Acid Mothers Temple at Bottom of the […]
Ski Lodge (Photo: Luca Venter)
Brooklyn jangle pop band Ski Lodge is supporting Chad Valley on a West Coast tour, and San Francisco DIY rockers The Soonest will join them […]
San Francisco indie rock stalwarts Birdmonster are joining Mother Mother and Yassou Benedict for a gig at Bottom of the Hill this Friday, April 19, and we’ve got a […]
Oakland four-piece Mwahaha reissued their self-titled debut album on LA-based imprint
Both hailing from Los Angeles, Wavves and FIDLAR are probably two of the most divisive bands currently making music. Critics are torn, fans are torn: are they genuinely as […]
On March 21st, San Francisco singer-songwriter Lia Rose will premiere a video for her new single, “Snake in the Water,” at Bottom of the Hill. Rose, best known for […]
Review & Photos: Caspian, Native, Boyfrndz, The Dandelion War @ Bottom of the Hill, 3/3/13 (Noise Pop 2013)
Caspian (Photo: Mike G.)
Photo Gallery: Emily Turner
Noise Pop 2013 has come and gone, and it ended on an epically high note. Post-rock mainstays Caspian were towering and majestic, a […]