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). […]
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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.
Hey you. Yeah, you. How much do you love indie pop? (you’re reading The Bay Bridged, so I’m going to assume your answer is somewhere around ‘a lot’.) Second […]
Electronic pop artist Porcelain Raft is back and moving out of his comfort zone. The solo project of Brooklyn’s Mauro Remiddi, Porcelain Raft’s first album, 2011’s Strange Weekend, was […]
At the time I sat down to compose this debrief of the Owen show at Bottom of the Hill last Thursday, I was simultaneously in deep conversation with a […]