Treasures, The Young Barons, and Goof at Bottom of the Hill (SF)
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Bottom of the Hill | 1233 17th Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Trixie Rasputin Presents…
The Young Barons
8:00PM doors — music at 8:30PM
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
San Francisco musicians Jack Friel and Bobby Franz, both in different Metal bands and sharing a rehearsal space in the Bayview district, were hungry to start a Rock and Roll project. They hit the ground running, producing demos and refining their vision for a contemporary rock experience. With Gold Rush City, Treasures brings forth a collection of 8 unique and memorable rock songs packed full of energetic hooks, unapologetic guitar leads, and tasty melodies.
THE YOUNG BARONS
The Young Barons are a Bay Area based Surf band made up of 3 Young men hell bent on keeping Rock n Roll alive.
Forged in a crucible of San Francisco fog, steep hills, and even steeper rent, Goof is a grunge tinged punk trio. Led by songwriter and guitarist Ahmed Amer Elsayed, Goof’s music draws from a range of influences and combines distorted buzzsaw guitar with melodic bass lines. Like the Egpytian music Ahmed grew up with, Goof’s lyrics are about real, serious issues sung with uplifting and driving melodies.
Goof’s debut album “Kill ‘Em All” sees them coming out of the underground swinging. It chronicles a period of time during Ahmed’s journey from Egypt to San Francisco and his pursuit to create art and achieve happiness. Close friend Taylor Martin was brought in to handle drum duties bringing with her a metal influence and a level of drumming rarely heard in punk music. “Kill ‘Em All” was engineered, mixed and mastered by Jack Shirley (Jeff Rosenstock, Deafheaven, Loma Prieta, Gouge Away) at The Atomic Garden in Oakland, CA.