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Silent Pictures co-headlines at Bottom of the Hill 07.28

Bay-area psych quartet Silent Pictures will co-headline a show at Bottom of the Hill on July 28th, alongside United Ghosts and Breaking Lights. On their 2016 full-length release, Let It Begin, Silent Pictures weaves a melancholic tapestry of minor-key disillusionment. The band blends elements of Brit-pop, punk and new wave into a polished and impressive display of musicianship and cerebral songwriting sensibility. -Ethan Ames





Loos Leaf plays album release show 09.30

Bay area psych-funk band, Loos Leaf, recently released a new single, "Green Eyed Stare." A kaleidoscopic fusion of funk, R&B, dub, jazz and psych-rock, "Green Eyed Stare" showcases the band's mastery of complex time signatures and a zealousness to blend diverse styles into one composition. Loos Leaf will play a record release show on September 30th at Kuumbwa Jazz. Listen to the single below! - Ethan Ames

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More Fatter means more funk at Bottom Of The Hill 07.22

On Saturday, July 22, rising San Francisco funk band More Fatter will be performing live at The Bottom Of The Hill. Made up of two brothers, five friends, a pair of former choir boys and some brass horns, More Fatter released their debut LP titled 'where are you?' at the beginning of the summer. The show starts at 8:30 PM, but make sure to arrive early, More Fatter is the local opener for the legendary Chicago funk powerhouse Sidewalk Chalk. So plan on staying late, too. Tickets are $10 and available here. - Joshua Huver

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Søndags blends genres with breezy Bay-area pop

Bay-area indie pop band Søndags recently released a new track called "Haunted Paradise." The song is a mellow homage to myriad genres: the reverb-laden guitars and distant drums are reminiscent of Motown and surf rock, and Jason Swihart's vocals invoke Joy Division and The Kinks. It's an understated yet self-assured pop song, clocking in at just under two and a half minutes. Follow the link to hear "Haunted Paradise," and listen to "Ghost Woman" below! - Ethan Ames

 

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Urban Theory throws a birthday show in Santa Cruz Friday 07.21

Urban Theory, local to Santa Cruz, CA, plans on packing The Crepe Place this coming Friday, July 21. The four-piece rock and roll recruited two of their favorite local bands, the sinfully satisfying sounds of The Redlight District and the up-beat funk of Ginger & Juice, to help celebrate the 23rd birthday of lead singer and guitarist Ryan Cummings. Get there early as this triple header of local talent will sell out. - Joshua Huver

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