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 […]
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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 […]
Girl Fox is playing Bottom of the Hill tomorrow night, and why no, you’ve never heard of them. Don’t be silly.
Just kidding. Surprise surprise, Girl Fox is just Guy […]
Four genre-bending local acts are coming together for a raucous evening of psychedelic sounds at Bottom of the Hill tomorrow night, with Convent-dwellers and old school psych revivalists the […]
Speedy Ortiz (Photo: Tim Draut)
Baby buzzband Speedy Ortiz rolled through Bottom of the Hill last night supporting their Best New Music certified debut full-length Major Arcana, which was released […]
Fresh off the release of their debut LP, Speedy Ortiz will headline a show at Bottom of the Hill this Thursday, July 25. Carpark Records label-mate and local favorite […]
Photos by Nicole L. Browner
Deafheaven vocalist George Clarke cultivated a peculiar psychopath/serial killer/hitman vibe onstage at Bottom of the Hill Monday night, wearing his trademark all-black outfit plus black […]
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 […]
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 […]