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Tagged with: Bottom of the Hill

Noise Pop diary: Local skate/groove hero Tommy Guerrero shreds at Bottom of the Hill

A boisterous crowd celebrated the legend's sunny, funk-inflected deep-rollers and fierce 'Uncle energy'

Under the Stars: Get hype for the return of Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party

Plus: New sounds from Fake Fruit and Helado Negro—and an intriguing run of NYE Ty Segall shows.

Under The Stars: New music from the Umbrellas, Fly Golden Eagle, Pamela Z, more

Local jangle-pop, Canadian electronica, avant-garde vocalisms, soulful two-steppers... it all sounds good right now.

Out of the Crate: Oakland punk on orange cassette, more tasty scores

Taped-up Neutrals, plus new vinyl coming from Sonny & the Sunsets and Sharon Jones, can't-miss Country Funk, more

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass: Best of the Bay 2020 Editors’ Pick

The roots festival reached back to its own, philanthropical roots—granting more than a million dollars to local venues and musicians

Best of the Bay 2020 Readers’ Stories of Resilience and Inspiration

We asked our readers for stories of Bay Area strength and celebration—your responses gave us hope for the new year.

Diving into Sespool’s genre-agnostic indie rap

Before Rin Tin Tiger, Westwood & Willow, Pericardium, or the weird-ass Christmas album, he was Sespool—the “SES” coming from his initials, Sean E. Sullivan....

Good info, little relief at city’s Virtual Nightlife + Entertainment Summit

There are lots of big questions about COVID-gutted San Francisco nightlife that have yet to be directly addressed. How and why are live venues,...

Noise Pop to Vinyl Dreams: 6 local can’t-miss music streams

From Kim Gordon viewing Instagram as a performative space and Kenya Barris using Netflix as a platform to distill the messy politics of honestly critiquing Black art, to...

Arts Forecast: How Weird (that everything is virtual now)

As we move farther toward festival season, it's really dawning that our hugest events will take place on our screens. It's not like we...