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.
June 6 2014
8:00PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$15 in advance / $17 at the door
The Detroit Cobras
Southern gothic rock
rock garage psychedelic
The Detroit Cobras
Rachel Nagy and Mary Ramirez.
-Crawling out of the weed-choked lots of the once proud town, The Detroid Cobras whip out ass-shaking anthems to good times, wild times, and the highs and lows of love. Singer Rachel Nagy and guitarist Mary Ramirez are the bad girls by the exit doors at the school dance, all leather and heels, sneaking smokes and passing the flask. They have no time for dewy-eyed love songs or girl group decorum; they'll take care of business themselves with a bat of the eye or an elbow to the kidney. Rachel's warm-as-the-bourbon-under-the-seat-of-your-car voice can boom to the back pews and Mary's riffs let you know that love and good times can be found in the tilt of a hip or at the end of a fist.
-From Nashville, Tennessee.
-Continuing hte tradition of Tennessee-based garage revivalists like Jack Oblivian and Jay Reatard, Pujol serves up lo-fi, high-enery raw rock & roll at a prolific rate.
Growing up in the small town of Tullahoma and dissatisfied with the patern of starting bands that later ran out of steam or broke up, singer/guitarist Daniel Pujol formed the group in 2009 with the idea of playing with whoever was available when he had new songs on hand in order to keep the sound fresh and forward-moving. This approach proved to be very effective, as he released a pair of 7"s for the JEFF the Brotherhood-affiliated label Infinity Cat that year, followed by a a live EP on Jack White's Third Man Records. In 2011, he released his debut full-length, followed by a total of 10 releases in two years. The revolving-door nature of the band often found Pujol collaborating with musicians from the Nashville indie scene,and released his most recent full-length in 2012.
-From San Francisco, California.
-Doused in reverb and retro recording techniques, The Spyrals produce their signature blend of garage rock psychedelia for San Francisco and beyond. Assertive guitar work, driving and jangly percussion lines, and engaging bass back up lead vocalist Jeff Lewis's confident and occasionally sinister vocals. With the release of their newest album, Out Of Sight, The Spyrals have entered the crossroads between pop and psychedelic, bleeding into both genres without ever fully stepping into one or the other.