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Wednesday December 31 2014
 9:00PM doors -- music at 10:00PM ••• ALL AGES
$17 in advance / $20 at the door

Painted Palms
 psych pop
 afrobeatpop electro trip hop
Blood Sister
 psychedelic guitar-pop shoegaze

Painted Palms
Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme
-from SF
•Just played the Treasure Island Music Festival in October of 2014.
-Cousins Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme planted the seeds of Painted Palms when the pair were separated by a dozen states (California-Louisiana), gradually building up tracks from the snippets they'd shoot back-and-forth through email. They eventually released an EP on Secretly Canadian and established themselves as more than just another Bandcamp bedroom artist.
Prudhomme’s piercingly hypnotic vocals reign over the distorted drums, guitar and synth that swirl into an indie-pop oblivion.  

Nate Salman: Vox/Guitar
Brijean Murphy: Congas/Percussion
Scott Brown: Bass/Synth
Drew Brown: Guitar/Synth
Walker Johnson: Drums
-from Oakland, CA
-Take the train from San Francisco to Oakland. Walk through the parks and by the lake, the places where the turbulence of city life blurs into the serenity of redwood groves and peaceful birdsong. There you will find Waterstrider. Woven through with pop sensibilities, their songs are imbued with a sense of environment, with a weight and a presence that ushers you into the little worlds they create.  

Blood Sister
-from SF
-In 2013, just months after calling it quits in Brooklyn, Night Manager alumnus Ezana Edwards was back with Blood Sister, a new Ganglians-backed pop-punk trio out of San Francisco, California, with Ryan and Kyle who are also in Tiaras.
Currently, the band’s live lineup is rounded out by Vanessa Robinson on bass, Syam Zapalowski on guitar/synthesizer, and K. Dylan Edrich (ex-The Mallard) on drums.
Blood Sister's music projects an aggressive yet melodic wall of sound replete with screeching guitars and swells of noise.