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) are still trying to put the pieces back together. If you’re looking for a way to help, you can come rock out at Bottom of the Hill tonight.

The night features three Bay Area bands (indie-pop quartet and recent NYC-to-SF transplant Big Tree, Oakland-based genre-benders Bonnie & The BANG BANG, and dreamy SF folk group Owl Paws), as well as one of San Joaquin Valley’s finest (Fresno blues rock outfit Strange Vine).

Headliner Big Tree released a new EP, called Little, back in November. Here’s the lead single, “Time”, which you can stream or download to keep for your very own:

Big Tree, Strange Vine, Bonnie & The BANG BANG, Owl Paws
Bottom of the Hill
January 17, 2013
8pm, $10

Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this post identified Owl Paws as “denizens of Fresno” when, in fact, they call San Francisco home.