The Bottom of the Hill is empty as Holograms take the stage for their soundcheck. There is a calmness in the air as supporting bands G. Green and TV […]
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Australian indie folk outfit Paper Kites just began their first US/Canadian tour on Wednesday in LA. They land at the Bottom of the Hill this Saturday. Oakland […]
I fell in love with Will Johnson in Austin in 2003. My first daughter was 9 months old. Will graciously ‘volunteered’ for an impromptu video interview at the Red […]
According to the CDC, 13% of US boys and 6% of US girls have been diagnosed with ADHD (and over 80% of the world’s ADHD prescriptions are written here). […]
I once read Porcelain Raft’s lead singer Mauro Remiddi described as an “indie pop old soul,” but last night at Bottom of the Hill I had completely forgotten. I knew […]
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Under his Caged Animals guise, New Jersey native Vincent Cacchione owns a distinctive, endearingly awkward brand of pop music – awk-pop, if you will – that foregoes fanciful language […]
Whirr and Nothing’s month-long tour of North America swung through town on Wednesday night, bringing a singular, serene shot of shoegaze noise to the hallowed halls of Bottom of […]
A few years ago, The Bay Bridged did a survey of local shoegaze bands — and one of those acts that has been particularly quiet, though making sweeping moves […]
Let’s face it, Sunday nighs suck. No matter what’s on AMC or HBO, there’s no getting around the fact that you have to go to work the next day.