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 April 8 2017
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
garage hyphy pop punk rock disco
~Jakob Danger Armstrong
Dirty boy do-wop.
Joseph Sample (guitar and vocals), Kevin Fielding (guitar),
Raphael di Donato (bass), Dylan Murray (drums)
-from San Francisco, CA
-Dairy Rock/Melting Pop. Give me ice cream, or give me death. The Band Ice Cream from San Francisco, CA plays relatable garage rock songs for the damned. They come to you in frequencies and resonate with your loins. Your children will like them on summer nights. Your mother will love them on sale at Costco. Their latest EP, We're Set, is a melting pot of dirty, fuzzy, slightly stupid rock n’ roll that Deli Magazine named Top 10 Albums of 2015. With standouts like “Wild” and “Surfer Girl” the band has been welcomed to share the stage with the likes of Hinds, Black Pistol Fire, Night Beats, Tijuana Panthers, SWMRS, Jacuzzi Boys, DZ Deathrays, Dune Rats, Hockey Dad and many more.
GTR/VOX - Jakob Armstrong
BASS - Enzo Malaspina
DRUMS - Chris Malaspina
-from Oakland, CA
-Jakob Danger Armstrong, the 17-year-old son of Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and brother of SWMRS' Joey Armstrong, recently paved his own pop-punk path when a few songs he posted on SoundCloud and YouTube made the rounds online, earning him a deal with Burger Records. The singer-songwriter and his band, performing under the name Jakob Danger, have a self-titled debut EP out today and are plotting a full-length. "I'm writing more songs, and I'm recording them by myself right now," Danger tells Rolling Stone. "I guess I'll keep writing, keep recording. The ultimate goal right now is to put an album out at some point. That's what I'm going for". Pop-punk is out and instead Danger’s opted for concise, hooky garage pop with a surfy edge
Skyler Warren, Nikk Moreno
Shahan Salim, Zach Vito, Aaron Mortemore
-from San Francisco, CA
-A skewed sense of romanticism, love for cheap alcohol (though only because it is all that is affordable) and a fear of wasting youth, Skyler Warren started Bear Call alone in his bedroom in late 2011. Three years and a number of failed attempts and broken hearts later, something resembling a real band was formed with the help of Nikk Moreno and Eric "Moose knucks" Mohammed. Together, these three lads are attempting to go the distance and capture the lo-fi sound that no one in San Francisco (except for everyone in the mid 2000s) has captured before before. Fuzzy, reverb drenched guitars? Check. Driving, heavy bass? Check. Loud, hard hitting drums? Check. Lyrics about love, frustration, and pissing yourself in a one night stands bed? Check. Drawing influence from San Francisco garage rock heroes like Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall, Bear Call is searching for a way to stay 20-something forever while evading all responsibility and forever chasing an excuse to wake up hungover. You are all welcome along for the ride, especially you, Mom.