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.
June 24 2015
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
Martine Donovan (lead vocals), Carlos Cajilig (guitar/vocals), Brendan Draper (drums), Kenji Tagaya (bass), Udayan Sinha (guitar)
from San Francisco-
Diamond Heights is an emerging progressive pop-rock 5-piece from San Francisco, blending a high-energy rock aesthetic with jangly riffs and dreamy interludes. Drawing on a diverse set of influences, the band's melodic, guitar-centric approach fuses dynamic, soaring vocals and propelling grooves to create an upbeat and danceable set.-
Mark Malec, Gary Malec, Arjun Iyengar, Matt Tucci
from San Francisco, CA-
Daytime Nightlife is a youthful, energetic indie/alt/pop rock band hailing from San Francisco. The band consists of brothers Mark and Gary Malec, who started their journey into music many years ago in the basement of their south jersey home. Upon moving to the west coast, they were introduced to drummer, Lars Anderson. The band started as a trio but has now evolved into a four piece. Keyboardist, Arjun Iyengar fell into the mix by chance when he and Mark met through mutual friends.-
Angie - Vocals, Daniel - Bass, Dan Ingberman - Electric Guitar
from Berkeley, CA-
Crooked Flower is a fellowship brought together through karma. Crooked Flower is a 4 piece rock/pop band started in Berkeley, CA in July 2014. Despite being newly formed, Crooked Flower has been in the studio crafting their sound and recorded over 20 songs on their upcoming album entitled, Too Broke To Fix. In September 2014, Crooked Flower recorded and released their EP from Shine On Studios in Oakland, Ca. These songs are available for streaming through soundcloud.