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Thursday July 24 2014
 7:30PM doors -- music at 8:30PM ••• ALL AGES
 indie rock
Dear Boy
 Bitter-sweet alternative rock with roots in both post-punk and 90‘s British guitar pop.
Your Cannons
 Post Punk, Shoegaze, Indie Rock

-From Los Angeles, California.
-Kitten is the explosive and melodic indie/alt/dream pop rock incarnation of Chloe Chaidez. Inspired by LA's early punk scene, Chloe was playing bass at age 10 and opening for artists such as Midlake, Band of Horses, and Conor Oberst by age 12. In 2009, Chloe and Bryan DeLeon formed Kitten, and over the course of four years, released three EPs, opened for groups such as No Doubt, Young The Giant, Paramore, and Charlie XCX, and changed band line-ups three times. Kitten is powerful and ever-changing, emanating youth and spirit.

With a blend of the ferocious power of the late '70s post punk and the sonic textures and rhythms of British new wave, Kitten performs with a sense of purpose and emotional delicacy all too rare for today. Chloe has been described by as having "a raw power and believability as a performer." Energetic and exciting, Kitten is steadily making itself known.  


Dear Boy
Ben Grey - Lead Vocals / Guitar
Keith Cooper - Drums / Vocals
Austin Hayman - Guitar / Vocals
Nils Bue - Bass / Vocals
-From Los Angeles, California.
-Dear Boy is an up-and-coming indie outfit out of LA, who describe themselves as "bitter-sweet alternative rock with roots in both post-punk and '90s British guitar pop."    

Your Cannons
Andrew Chamings
Chris Trewin
Daniel Hemmingsson
Brendan Henrie
Jeff Knutson
-From San Francisco, California.
-With members from England, Sweden, Colorado, and the Bay Area, they pool their diverse influences to build songs around a surging shoegaze groove that leans into the exploratory post-punk and psychedelic rock of latter-day Talk Talk and early day Verve. It's been said that they have ' otherworldly sound, like, a slow-motion mosh in a room filled with red strobe lights.'