The day has come. Oakland is (kind of) taking over San Francisco. On April 9, a mostly Oakland-comprised lineup of “difficult” punks Twin Steps, surf pop group Meat Market, experimental solo act MOM, and Ssun Prairie will be playing at Bottom of the Hill.
Twin Steps is a band off Oakland-based label and store, 1-2-3-4 Go! Records. The sample-driven act bounces between being soulful and zany, with the perfect amount of angst thrown in for good measure.
Also boasting an Oakland pedigree is Meat Market – a band that blends surf, punk and pop to create breezy tunes sometimes filled with shared vocals reminiscent of ’60s garage rock.
MOM, a Sacramento-based experimental solo act with a capacity for incredibly distorted vocals, intrigued audiences a few years back with a 2011 full-length on Burger Records dubbed Greatest Shits.
And opening is Ssun Prairie, a band from Oakland that combines elements of good ol’ rock n’ roll, punk, and thrash metal. Check out the band’s 2013 demo via Bandcamp.
Twin Steps, Meat Market, MOM, Ssun Prairie
Bottom of the Hill
April 9, 2014
9pm, $8 (21+)