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Thursday May 29 2014
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
Karmin Line
 Alternative Rock
The Fire Department
 Rock, R&B
Pantheon         -----------A Yawn Worth Yelling is off the bill                 
 Alternative, Ambient, Indie Rock                           Alternative Pop Rock Indie

Karmin Line
Gaitan Gonzales, Jonny Zywiciel, and Connor Newkirk.
-From Berkeley, California.
-Karmin Line is a three-piece alt rock band out of Berkeley, CA, that is known for its in-your-face energy, hard drops, catchy melodies, and emphasis on vocal harmonies. The band's heavier, melodict twist on the alt rock genre can be accredited to their diverse array of influences including acts like Blink-182, early Linkin Park, Third Eye Blind, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Mayer, and Atlas Genius. Through their lyrical content, the music's words delve into the feelings of life's ups and downs, illustrating the growth in finding a sense of self, getting into closer touch with reality, and coming out an improved, happier individual.    

The Fire Department
Zeal Levin, Joe Farey, Kevin Harvey, Thomas Semow, and Evan Monroe.
-From Santa Barbara, California.
-Performing in front of large crowds has never been an issue for The Fire Department. Dubbed as "party rockers" by The Santa Barbara Independent, the musicians first gained notoriety in the Isla Vista, CA party scene while the members attended the University of California, Santa Barbara. Following in the footsteps of other Isla Vista standouts such as Rebelution and Jack Johnson, the artists grew to be the talk of the town by hosting wild house party concerts that were routinely attended by thousands of fans.

After graduating, the group moved to an orange orchard together in Ojai, California to explore new music and write their first work to be shared worldwide. The band, once again, came together on a project to conver their garage into a functioning music studio. As The Fire Department began jamming in the refurbished space, a clear new style emerged for the youthful musicians. Weeks upon weeks were poured into songwriting and practicing before the songs were finally ready. To fully capture this new sound, the band made arrangements to record the tracks at Santa Barbara's renowned Playback Studios with the same talented staff that contributed to Katy Perry's smash hits "Teenage Dream" and "Prism." The result was magical. The Underwater- EP showcases a more mature sound from the artists that can be described as a blend between the incendiary energy of modern rock and the fiery emotion of old school R&B.