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Sunday June 7 2015
 No Age canceled and, as a result, the whole show with No Age~GRMLN~Bam!Bam! is now canceled.
 Those customers who bought advance tickets will automatically get
 their account credited for the value of the tickets they purchased.

Sunday June 7 2015
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
$12 in advance / $14 at the door
No Age
 experimental punk 
 sunny lo-fi / relax pop
 Indie / punk / twee 

No Age
Dean Spunt and Randy Randall
from Los Angeles, CA-

No Age formed in December 2005 out of the ashes of their previous band, Wives, in which Dean played bass and sang and Randy played guitar. They played their first show at the New Image Art gallery for a show curated by friend and artist Rich Jacobs on January 22, 2006. Their second show was at The Smell in April 2006 with Mika Miko, BARR and more. "The Smell is where we got to experiment. It pushed the boundaries of whatever ideas we had about music and art—and we had a community to try out these new ideas," Randall told Drew Tewksbury in 2008. The band recorded 5 limited edition vinyl singles and EPs, and released them on 5 different labels on or around the same day, March 26, 2007. Designed by Brian Roettinger, Randall and Spunt, the back of each record's sleeve was a different color, and had one of the letters that, when you collected all of them, would join to spell "No Age."  Half of the songs off these 5 EPs and singles were collected and released in album form under the title Weirdo Rippers, on June 11, 2007 through Fat Cat Records. The cover featured the exterior back wall of The Smell painted No Age and, below, Weirdo Rippers by Amanda Vietta, an artist and friend of No Age.  The painting of the smell can also be seen in the band's first music video for the song Boy Void. No Age are known for their constant touring, community allegiance and playing un-traditional venues, such as their show at the Los Angeles River. A New Yorker article on the band from November 19, 2007 entitled Let It Rip earned them much acclaim and fans.-

Yoodoo Park f
rom Santa Cruz/San Francisco, CA-

GRMLN is the musical project of 21-year-old, Yoodoo Park. He was born in Kyoto, Japan and moved to southern California at a young age (though he still goes back to Japan every summer). Yoodoo started playing music at the age of 13 when he was given a bass guitar and has been playing music ever since.

During the summer of 2010, Yoodoo started recording relaxing songs for himself to listen to in his car during lazy summer afternoons. The Explore EP, captures this time in Yoodoo’s life with clean sounding guitar rhythms and a mixture of drowsy melodies. Yoodoo’s 2013 full-length, Empire, was less of a follow-up and more of a departure. Empire’s upbeat rock songs and ‘90s pop-punk influenced sound eventually led to the alternatively stormy and peaceful tunes of Soon Away. The new album is much more aggressive than previous releases—a world away from the dreamy sweetness of Explore. Soon Away reflects on the desires and regrets that come with age and experience. It’s GRMLN’s most mature work yet, and also the band’s catchiest.-

Zola and Chloe
from Oakland/Berkeley CA-
Twee/Post Punk girls from Oakland. It sounds like surfing in oil spillage. We have opened for Scout Niblett, Shonen Knife, and Calvin Johnson.-