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.
Saturday June 18 2016
12:00PM doors -- music at 12:30PM ••• ALL AGES
Asian Man Records 20-Yr. Anniversary
dream pop post-punk
Ryan – vocals, Adam – guitar, Barry – bass, Joey – drums, Aaron – trumpet, Steve – sax
-from the East Bay, CA
-From the East Bay, California, they play an energetic blend of ska, punk and hardcore with strong vocals, horn section, and powerful music that takes “ska-core” to a new level.
Chris Diebold - Bass, Robert Bell - Trombone, Gerry Lundquist - Trombone, Dan Potthast - Vocals, Guitar,
Ted Moll - Drums, Vocals
-from St. Louis, MO
-MU330 (pronounced "em-you-three-thirty", or "muso" as in musically aware) is a ska punk band formed in 1988 in St. Louis, Missouri. The original members met in St. Louis University High School music class 330 (hence the name of the band). Weezer Ska? MU330 plays an amazing collection of ska, rock, punk, and just good stuff you’ll want to sing along to. They have a high energy live show that you can’t miss!
Phil Boutelle: alto sax, backing vocals, Ross Peard: tenor sax, AJ Marquez: vocals, guitar,
Achilles Poloynis: trombone, James Rickman: same as AJ, Brendan Thompson: bass, Ollie Olsen: drums
-from Santa Cruz, CA
-Soul-inspired rhythms and horns are the backbone of Slow Gherkin’s danceable rock sound. Their songs of growing up in, and out of their home of Santa Cruz, CA always delight.
daniel (d-ray) ray - keyboard / trombone / vocals, robert landry - drums, josh campbell - guitar,
greg rodrigue - bass / vocals
-from New Orleans, LA
-All People are a four piece band out of New Orleans, Louisiana who are committed to taking their sounds and ideas beyond the reaches of their hometown. On Tuesday May 5th 2015, they will release their second full-length album of organ driven melodic post-punk, “Learn Forget Repeat” via Asian Man Records in conjunction with on their own DIY label — Community Records. “Learn Forget Repeat” invokes some of the aggressive sounds of the early ‘90s — taking influence from Fugazi and late-era Jawbreaker along with melody and chord structure absorbed from their hometown. All People tours in an eco-friendly diesel engine van that is powered by waste vegetable oil and have completed over 150 tour dates since summer of 2013.