On Wednesday, February 9th, four of San Francisco’s best bands come together for a night of rock and roll to benefit the Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco. Add to that the fact that the Great American Music Hall remains one of the City’s best (and best-sounding) venues, and we’re excited to be a part of what should be an excellent show.
About the bands:
If you’re still digging into the blistering Warm Slime, you better do it quickly, because Thee Oh Sees are reportedly releasing a new LP sometime this year. “Warm Slime is an intuitively-conceived, addictively impulsive lesson in peculiarity.” (NME) “Much like Suicide, this is the sound of Thee Oh Sees returning to the roots of rock & roll and punching it in the gut.” (Drowned in Sound)
Sic Alps just released the double-LP Napa Asylum on Drag City, and reviewers are calling it the lo-fi psych pop trio’s best album to date. “Sic Alps are clearly both miles ahead of and miles away from their peers. Napa Asylum only further proves this.” (Tiny Mixtapes) “