Waterproof - is a san francisco benefit concert to the typhoon haiyan/yolanda survivors. All proceeds will go to NAFCONUSA.ORG So come and stop by. All of this are for a good cause.
Autodidacts perform @ 9pm
Click the link for more info :) http://www.hotelutah.com/event/78177/
GUYS! Evoli is on their first tour ever and we're teaming up with Dmitry Wild and the guys from Emoticons to put on an awesome show for YOU! Party with us at The Abbey Tavern in San Francisco, and then hang out with us afterwards! Bring your friends and be prepared to make new ones from Chicago :) Also, if you guys want to bring any canned or road-friendly food as donations to us struggling artists, that would be greeeeeeat. See ya at da show! Evoli http://www.reverbnation.com/evoli Dmitry Wild http://www.reverbnation.com/dmitrywild
Please come celebrate Simian Scribes and Good Night Robot's CD release with The Emoticons at San Francisco's world famous Bottom of the Hill! This is a special one night only cd release party so make sure you're there! Doors open at 8:30/all ages $8 Simian Scribes http://www.facebook.com/pages/Simian-Scribes/386472011326?sk=info The Emoticons http://www.facebook.com/theemoticonsSF Good Night Robot http://www.facebook.com/goodnightrobot Bottom of the Hill http://www.bottomofthehill.com/
Bio: "The Emoticons are a San Francisco based Indie Rock group with a variety of individual influences united by a true passion for the craft of making music. Perhaps that is why the band name is so fitting, as each band member brings a different face to the music, and genuinely cares about their indi...See Full Bio
“Introducing... The Emoticons Hope everyone had a great Easter celebration! We (Che and Paul) love watching local San Francisco bands and we've made some really good friends along the way. One of them are "The Emoticons". So if your Ipod/Iphone or CD Player is feenin' for new music, we recommend checking these guys out! Listening to these guys are are like listening to Indie kids from outer space... so if you like synths, some brit pop and alternative music then look no further...”