Promoting their new album, BADILLAC, LA garage punkers together PANGEA headlined at the Bottom of the Hill on Wednesday night, playing for a packed house of fans who belted lyrics and orchestrated stage dives throughout the set.
Burning Curtains–which includes members of Two Gallants, Devotionals, Night Drives, and Trainwreck Riders–supported the all-ages show, along with Netherlandish psychedelic garage rockers Mozes and the Firstborn.
The show was a night full of moments, and some of the most memorable ones happened when the bands and fans collaborated, like when together PANGEA’s guitarist and drummer, Danny Bengston and Erick Jimenez, joined Mozes and the Firstborn on stage to jam. Or when Bengston kept on with his guitar solo while crowd surfing through the energetic show-goers. Together PANGEA also threw in a cover of Nirvana’s “Breath” during an encore to wrap up the night.
In case you missed the night of surf-rocking and moshing, check out our photo set below, and catch the riotous together PANGEA at one of their upcoming tour dates.
Article and photos by Penelope Leggett