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Friday May 8 2015
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:30PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
 psychedelic rock
The Lower 48
El Terrible
 (Record release)
 post-punk, no wave
                   ------ NRVS LVRS are off the bill

Rex John Shelverton, Jeremy Bringetto,Matthew Bajda,Rachel Hoiem
from San Francisco, CA

Bellavista is a collaboration of childhood friends who grew up around Moss Beach, Northern California.
Members former projects include:
Portraits of Past
Seventeen Queen
The Audience

The Lower 48

Sarah Parson, Ben Braden, Nick
from Portland, OR

“I heard they’re all left handed. They had to go to a special class at the same school.”
“No, I swear to god they met in the minor leagues. Bench warmers.”
“Yeah, well I heard they moved out to the West Coast to claim an inheritance from a phony uncle and they got stranded.”
"I don't believe any of the rumors, but you can tell they’ve done some hard time by the way they sing harmony.”

This much we know: The Lower 48 came west to Portland, Oregon when the weather got cold. They play 1960s-style pop rock and roll, and they have a big year planned.


El Terrible
Terry Ashkinos, Scott Eberhardt, Adrian McCullough
from San Francisco, CA
"It don't get spicy enough for El Terrible," which was the nickname given to Terry Ashkinos formerly of Fake Your Own Death (Monolathe Recordings) and Elephone (Talking House Records) when he was working as a short order cook in a Los Angeles Sizzler. Hailing from San Francisco, the music of El Terrible started in a small apartment above a bar during an extended stay in Berlin where Terry was sent by the US government to study the fall of communism. What came out of that time is a very personal collection of sparse, dark, catchy and literary songs. The band is a ferocious three piece featuring Scott Eberhardt on drums and vocals, Adrian McCullough on bass, keys and vocals and Terry Ashkinos guitar and vocals. El Terrible have been tearing up local and national bills over the last year opening for bands like Blood Red Shoes, !!!, and The Weekend. The band is both soulful and dynamic, wrought with post-punk urgency.

SF Chronicle: "Great gothic 80s inspired rock with dark baritone vocals. El Terrible's music is dense indie rock that reminds us that rock is supposed to be dangerous."