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Fox and Woman Celebrate Their Album Release w/ Debbie Neigher and DOE EYE at Bottom of the Hill - 5/31

SF based indie rock band, Fox and Woman will be performing live in celebration of the release of their anticipated full length album on May 31st. The show will take place at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco. Local artists, Debbie Neigher and DOE EYE will be rounding out the bill for this auspisicious music event. Get ready for a night of dreamy, electro acoustic indie rock! Congratulations to Fox and Woman on the release of their new album. You can attain the new record at ther website, http://www.foxandwomanmusic.com/.


Preview: Neck of the Woods Opening Night on December 1st

There’s a new venue in town. Neck of the Woods, formerly known as Rockit Room, will be throwing an opening party on December 1st, featuring six top notch bands, two DJs, two stages, and an after party. Here’s the lineup and all the info you need to have a great Saturday night. No, I won’t pay for your cab fare.

Debbie Neigher

DJ Aaron Axelson (Live 105, Popscene)

Doe Eye

The Hundred Days

Mister Loveless

New Diplomat

Nova Albion

Seeking Empire

After Party (1am) @ Downstairs Stage with DJ Huffy (Death Valley High, Minushead Records)

You can buy tickets at the door for $12, or you can buy some here for $10, and put those two smackaroos toward one fearsome bar tab.

Preview: Rin Tin Tiger's Haunted Hoedown III with Doe Eye, The Steelwells, and Wes Leslie and His Deadly Medley

After my first play through Rin Tin Tiger’s Toxic Pocketbook, the album looped to the beginning. Instead of consciously realizing it, getting annoyed at my playback settings, and turning it off, I continued to listen with the nostalgic feeling the song had once been a favorite of mine. Chalk it up to premature senility, but I think it’s the alt folk trio’s ability to write compelling, lyric-centric music that manages to stay contemporary, while still paying homage to the folk rock deities.

Throw on a disguise, and catch Rin Tin Tiger headline their third annual Haunted Hoedown on October 27 at Bottom of the Hill. Also on the lineup are local artists Doe Eye and Wes Leslie and His Deadly Medley, as well as LA’s The Steelwells

You can get your $10 tickets here, but if you want to give Rin Tin Tiger more money, they might invest in some flamethrowers. We can only dream. 


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