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.
April 4 2015
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:30PM ••• ALL AGES
dream pop indie rock psychedelic punk
rock - night music
alternative breakfastrock suavecore surfmelt
Clementine Creevy, Hannah Uribe,Sean Redman
from Los Angeles
With dreamy vocals and an ethereal guitar, Cherry Glazerr’s “Trick or Treat Dancefloor” has become the band’s best known song to date, having been featured in a campaign for iconic fashion label Saint Laurent as well as in the television show Arrow.
But the band goes beyond shoe gazey, lo-fi dream pop. Their bare bones style and precise, honest lyrics anchor a diverse sound that ranges from White’s Not My Color This Evening, with Sleater Kinney’s post punk influences to their break out song, the surf pop “Teenage Girl”, which premiered on internationally known style site Rookie Mag.
Jacob Faber (drums), Julia Cumming (vox/bass), Nick Kivlen (vox/guitar)
from Brooklyn, New York
-"New York is still home to bands as varied as Sunflower Bean, whose music suggests what might have happened if psychedelia had emerged after punk and the Police rather than before" - Jon Pareles of The New York Times
In their first year, Sunflower Bean has made waves coast to coast. Julia Cumming (vox/bass), Nick Kivlen (vox/guitar), and Jacob Faber (drums), draw from a wealth of rugged lo-fi sounds, adapting the heroic charisma of VU psychedelia and Black Sabbath’s dark rock to fit their own generation’s drowsy ethos.
Richard, Cobi, Sean, Dakota
from Los Angeles
Emerging from the bowels of Hollywood in the winter of 2012 came The Buttertones. Fueled by the desire to return some long lost flavor to the sounds of the Los Angeles nightlife. The songs are peppered with appetizing hooks and warm melodies that frame the accounts of the less than holy lifestyles embraced by the environment they were created. With an optimistic pulse and affinity for texture The Buttertones are experienced at making heartbreak and rejection easier to swallow. The Buttertones have calories ready to be burned. Best when spread around.