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Saturday April 26 2014
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:30PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
Benefit for Andy Lenz's family
Who Can You Trust? Records presents...
Older Sun  -------Lecherous Gaze canceled                   
 Psych, Rock & Roll, Blues, Heavy, Metal         Psycho-delic shred-tastic ultra-hyphened rock-punk heavy jams
Hot Lunch
 heavy punk ‘n’ roll
Wild Eyes SF
 70's rock n' roll psychedelic stoner acid rock
Planes Of Satori
 psychedelic afro kraut

Older Sun
Chris Wagner, Chris Mulhauser, Bryan Coons, and Patrick Crawford.
-From San Francisco, California.
-Older Sun is a four-piece heavy '70s rock band from SF. In the spirit of Blue Cheer, James Gang, Mountain, Grand Funk, and Rainbow, and in the tradition of blown-out blues of the late '60s and '70s, Older Sun rocks tube amps, big drums and soulful vocals to the fullest extent. 

Hot Lunch
Eric Shea, Aaron Nudelman, Rob Alper, and Charlie Karr.
-From San Francisco, California.
-Hot Lunch is a punk 'n' roll band from the SF/Oakland Bay Area that specializes in getting loud, getting weird, and getting rad. The quartet's unique blend of brown-acid skate-rock and wah-fuzz proto-metal was born in the bowels of skatanic rituals, biker beer busts and wizard staff meetings. With a head-bludgeoning sound that refuses to take sides (and showers), Hot Lunch are on a hell-bent mission to create the best party soundtrack in the history of all music.

Wild Eyes SF
Janiece Gonzalez, Carson Binks, Chris Corona, and Ben Richardson.
-From San Francisco, California.
-Disaster! Blue Cheer kidnaps Tina Turner and ties her to the tracks of the Grand Funk Railroad. The Wild Eyes express bears down from San Francisco, wheels churning. In the tender, drummer Ben Richardson and bassist Carson Binks fuel the engine with syncopated clatter and incendiary rumble. Whirling riffs and searing, psychedelic solos by guitarist Chris Corona soar from the smokestack. Just before the crash, a soulful siren: singer Janiece Gonzalez, whose warning comes too late. Carnage! Then, from the wreckage- twisted metal, pulverized rock, burning soul- comes "Get Into It!" a new album on Who Can You Trust? Rrecords. Celebration! The Wild Eyes express thunders on. 

Planes Of Satori
Chris Labreche, Alejandro Magana, Justin Pinkerton, and Raze Regal.
-From Oakland, California.
-Planes Of Satori is an Oakland-based quartet that kicks out mellow and melodic tunes with more than a pinch of groove. Psychedelic vocals drift over the spacey melody, while Afro-inspired rhythms pulse in the background.