Interview & Giveaway: Get to know artist collective Our House and their upcoming Gothic Luau

Dust off your ugly floral shirts and your darkest eyeliner: Our House is back with a second installment of their doubly-themed post-Halloween dance party, Gothic Luau, featuring a reunion from headliners Jeffertitti's Nile, and great locals Down and Outlaws and Everyone is Dirty. The Our House artist collective has only been putting on shows for a little more than a year, but they're as prolific as they are full of ideas. We chatted with one third of the collective, Bay Bridged contributor Lauren Espina, about their beginnings, the silly story of how the Gothic Luau came to be, and, most importantly, [...]

Our House warehouse show morphs into benefit for Everyone Is Dirty frontwoman Sivan Lioncub

  Sivan Lioncub of Oakland art-rock outfit Everyone Is Dirty has had a major league health care scare, and her friends are rallying to help her while she literally and figuratively gets back on her feet. The first step? This Saturday's show presented by Our House (the arts collective founded by Lioncub, Annie Lepitz, and our own Lauren Espina) has been transformed into a benefit to help Lioncub with her medical costs, which continue to pile up despite her insurance. Everyone Is Dirty is no longer on the bill, and Down and Outlaws, Annie Girl & The Flight, and Fpod [...]

Our House collective hosts first holiday party TONIGHT at Brick & Mortar with Everyone Is Dirty, Annie Girl and the Flight, and more

There's a new arts collective in town, and they're ending 2014 with a bang tonight at Brick & Mortar Music Hall. Our House – the brainchild of Annie Lipetz of Annie Girl and the Flight, Sivan Lioncub of Everyone Is Dirty, The Bay Bridged writer Lauren Espina, and Shayla Thernes and Roxane June from The Chapel – comes strong with its first annual holiday party, dubbed "Rock N Roll Under The Mistletoe" and featuring Lioncub and Lipetz's bands, plus Down Dirty Shake and Paisano. On its website, Our House's stated purpose is to "affirm the arts in our community by [...]

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