James Conner, The Insufferables, Little Person

When
Wed May 14
Where
Bottom of the Hill
Time
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
Cost
$8
Tags
Indie Music, Music
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Description

James Conner
-From San Francisco, California.
-James Conner has been writing, recording and performing music in the Bay Area for nine years. Originally from New Jersey, James moved to SF in 2003 and released 'James Conner: For The Industry EP.' Featuring fast electronic music and spoken-word vocals, the first EP and the subsequent full-length record 'James Conner: A Year In The Light Of My Life' mixed elements of Aphex Twin, Nine Inch Nails, and David Bowie into a dark fusion of brooding angst. In 2012, James released his second full-length, turning his attention to indie rock. The new record, "San Francisco (Good-night In Dreamland)" delivers a cohesive blend of indie rock, '90s alt rock, and some elements of jazz.




The Insufferables
Keith, Gene, Ram, Mel, and Carolyn.
-From San Francisco, California.
-The Insufferables can be described, after extensive analysis, as a schizophrenic blend of the New York Dolls, REM, and the Flaming Groovies. They present jangle and crunch guitars, frequently in the same song, and unusually articulate vocals in the idiom of Lux Interior or Standard Ridgeway that convey their messages of love, animal welfare, and deviant sexual practice. They were formed in 2009 by "a handful of San Francisco music geeks."




Little Person
Nicky Weinbach, Max Weinbach, Brady Boyle, and Tyler McClellan.
-From San Francisco, California.
-Little Person is a band founded by lead singer and principal songwriter Nicky Weinbach in 2013. Along with his brother Max and their friends Brady and Tyler, this local group plays pop/rock with extremely catchy songs that are evocative of the '60s and '70s. - See more at: http://www.bottomofthehill.com/20140514.html

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Location

  1. Bottom of the Hill
    1233 17th St, San Francisco, CA