Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
March 20 2014
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
indie rock power pop rock n roll surf punk
Panic is Perfect
dance eclectic indie pop
MIC, NoNo B, J. Hub, and Dano.
-From New York, New York.
With only a handful of compositions to their name, Brooklyn's Skaters have very quickly taken a giant leap beyond the usual blog space race, garnering attention from The Guardian and The New York Times, among others, who have joined the legions captivated by their refreshingly undiluted take on classic melody-driven punk rock. The self-invented, devil-may-care attitude that's characterized both skate culture and the irreverent sound of so many New York bands has had a big influence on Skaters, who released their debut EP, "Schemers," for free on the Web in 2012.
Ayad Al Adhamy, Kieren Smith, Dan De Lara, and Alex Russek.
-From Brooklyn, New York City
-Ayad Al Adhamy looked over at his guitar collecting dust in the corner and decided that he had had enough. He picked it up, fell back in love and Team Spirit was born.
Bursting with soulpower, Team Spirit's music is a cocktail of Motown basslines, Thin Lizzy-esque duelling guitars, 90's sing-along hooks, Glam beats and Chuck Berry fett.
Panic is Perfect
Mike Hoffman, Jeremy Belzer, Jorge Mendez, Ty Parker, and Joey Hassid.
-From San Francisco, California.
-Incorporating afro-pop rhythms, retro synthesized sounds with well-crafted song writing, and pseudo-spiritual lyrical sensibilities, Panic Is Perfect has created their own brand of quirky eclectic indie dance pop.