Austin band Boyfrndz had van, gear stolen in San Francisco

As much as I prefer to celebrate and promote the Bay Area music scene here on The Bay Bridged, today I have some bad news to report. I do so only because I think it's important that we as a community take note when things like this happen in our city—and that we then take action. Last Friday, Austin band Boyfrndz came to town to play Bottom of the Hill with locals Pale Blue Dot, Religious Girls, and Face Tat (full disclosure: Face Tat is my band). But in the early hours of Friday morning, Boyfrndz's tour van, trailer, and [...]

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Review & Photos: Caspian, Native, Boyfrndz, The Dandelion War @ Bottom of the Hill, 3/3/13 (Noise Pop 2013)

Caspian (Photo: Mike G.) Photo Gallery: Emily Turner Noise Pop 2013 has come and gone, and it ended on an epically high note. Post-rock mainstays Caspian were towering and majestic, a thing of primal beauty, on Sunday night at Bottom of the Hill, but that being said, supporting act Native was the real story of the night for me, if only because I knew nothing about them going in, and they officially earned my "best new discovery" award for the whole festival. Oakland's The Dandelion War opened, and they were the sole local band on the bill. It was an [...]

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