Harry and the Potters wizard-rock band made a pit-stop off their brooms from Hogwarts to the Bottom of the Hill. The evening got started with three muggle opening bands: Flying Fish Cove, SOAR, and Giggle Party, but Giggle Party helped provide a platform of craziness to help the muggles (non-magic
Kiefer’s jazz fusion ensemble from LA took over Brick and Mortar on Thursday night and made everyone make a thizz face while listening. OK not actually a thizz face, but more like that sticky tasting scrunchy face you make when a jazz musician surprises you, grabs hold, and takes you
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What did you do Saturday night? I spent mine at church. With a tall bearded Australian who sang sweet melodies that filled the highest rafters and played heavy bass that shook every pew. I’m talking about RY X, the critically acclaimed singer/guitarist/synth player who’s style of music I would describe
Stoners get a bad rap for being mellow and lazy, but the 111 Minna gallery party/concert hosted by Flower Company (nicknamed the Costco of Cannabis) turned into an energetic dance club. Brooklyn based Phony Ppl brought all the hype Saturday night. The evening started as any typical show in SF
Tuesday night rock shows can be exhausting to attend, even if it’s one of your favorite bands. Vundabar, an indie rock band who drove from their Boston home, through all the snow and blizzards the country has thrown at them over the last few weeks, have actually played in SF