It’s been awhile.

Battlehooch hasn’t played a show in San Francisco in six months, or about an eternity in local band years, so expect the city’s staple psychedelic outfit to really bring it at their Slim’s show January 30th. Recently returned from a 10-day songwriting retreat and a mini SoCal tour, the group is happy to be back in the city by the Bay, and promises a new, exciting show for its hometown crowd.

Maybe expect a Bowie cover or two. Not to name-drop, but I share a rehearsal studio with these dudes, and I may or may not one day have stumbled upon a rendition of a certain song from a certain ’70s glam-rock concept album. All I’m saying is that you should expect a few surprises at this one.

Also on the bill is Portland’s blues/psych-rockers Tango Alpha Tango, local favorites Hungry Skinny, and the SF Rock Project, a group of talented young musicians from the city lead and taught by Battlehooch’s lead guitarist AJ McKinley.

Battlehooch, Hungry Skinny, Tango Alpha Tango, SF Rock Project
January 30, 2016
8pm, $16