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Thursday May 19 2016
 7:30PM doors -- music at 8:30PM ••• ALL AGES
The Rocket Summer
Should We Run
  Indie Haunt
        ----Jordan Blake is off the bill

The Rocket Summer
Bryce Avary
-from Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

-After reaching the top of the Billboard Rock Charts with his previous albums Do You Feel, Of Men And Angels, and the self-released Life Will Write The Words, The Rocket Summer's sixth album, Zoetic, marks a creative milestone for Texas-born songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Bryce Avary. The sonically and emotionally compelling tunes ''Same Air,'' ''Cold War,'' and ''Help Me Out'' showcase Avary's mature songwriting skills and studio mastery, while tapping into a wellspring of edgy inspiration that reflects the unique creative journey that produced the album. ''It's the most alive music I've ever made,'' Bryce Avary says of Zoetic. ''I think that's why it sounds a bit different, because it's raw, creative expression with zero expectation or rules of any kind.'' With never-ending support from a faithful legion of fans around the world, Zoetic is poised to kickstart the next phase of The Rocket Summer.

Should We Run
Krishan Abeyatunge, Katie Jay Baer, Mie Araki, Sia Mozaffari and Connor O'Sullivan.
Extended family players: Genevieve Walker and Sam Van Diest.
-from San Fancisco, CA

-Existential indie rock with a strong emphasis on lyrical content and emotional intensity. Emotive, evocative, earnest and edgy; Should We Run is a band that will pull at your cardiac and guts for the sake of catharsis and transmutation.