Shady Maples released their debut LP Unfold just over a year ago, and Saturday night they’re headlining at Bottom of the Hill. They’ll be joined by Goodnight Texas, who […]
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After milling about in an unusually long door queue, I wandered into Bottom of the Hill on Friday night smack in the middle of Oakland-via-Santa Cruz garage-surf foursome Meat […]
Garage punk four-piece Meat Market swings through San Francisco on Friday night, marking the second stop in a week-long tour of California alongside cohorts FIDLAR and Pangea.
Originally formed in […]
Bottom of the Hill hosting Sandy benefit tonight, 1/17/13, featuring Big Tree, Strange Vine, and more
It may be a new year, but the folks on the East Coast impacted by the recent mega-storm incongruously dubbed “Sandy” (as if it was some spunky neighborhood gal) […]
San Francisco’s Giggle Party, who moved to the Bay from Dallas just over a year ago, recently released a three-song EP entitled This City Smells like Piss ahead of […]
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Giraffage and Some Ember will open for Mister Lies on the San Francisco date of his West Coast tour this Friday, January 11th at Bottom of the […]
Fever Charm of Oakland (above) is releasing their aptly titled album West Coast Rock And Roll at a show at Bottom of the Hill Saturday night, atop a fun, […]
L.A. garage-punk brats FIDLAR and Pangea will blow up Bottom of the Hill on January 18th with Oakland’s Meat Market. Even though the show is all ages, you can […]
San Francisco’s Girls In Suede has a style that is tough to pin down. Their new self-titled EP takes you from intricate math-rock to loud, catchy choruses, while hitting […]
Influenced by some of the more adventurous members of the modern indie folk scene, Warbler’s music confidently conveys warm waves of wide-eyed beauty. The Oakland-based four-piece uses a diverse […]