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Sunday August 6 2017

----Previous show with The New Catstrophes is canceled
Sunday August 6 2017       
7:30PM doors -- music at 8:00PM ••• ALL AGES
$10 in advance / $15 at the door        
The New Catastrophes
 Pop-Punk, Rock
 Noise Rock, Post Punk
Page 9
 Pop n' Roll
Great Highway
 Ambitious synth pop + live violin.

The New Catastrophes
Paul- Vocals, Guitar
Scott- Guitar, Vocals
Krystl- Bass
Steve- Drums
-from San Francisco/Bay Area

-The New Catastrophes are a pop-punk band from the South Bay.  Maximum RocknRoll says, "Sounds like pop-punk from the late 90s... If that's what you're into, you'll probably dig this band."

Andy - Guitar/Vocals
Regina - Bass/Vocals
Marlene - Drums
-from San Francisco, CA

-Superchaos is a San Francisco based post-punk trio.
Their music is every bit cohesive as it is chaotic, moving the listener between post-punk, bright noise rock, and even melancholy-yet-energized pop-punk.​

Page 9
Josh, Lindan, Nate, Kaleb
-from Dallas, TX

-Page 9 is a Dallas, TX based quartet that is turning heads, worldwide. Armed with a unique hybrid sound of Powerpop and Alternative Rock. Page 9 has seen an immense amount of success; scoring the band atop the & music charts and putting the single “Crawl” among’s most downloaded tracks. The band has also been fortunate enough to share the stage and enjoy small runs with bands such as Jonny Craig (Rise Records), Cady Groves (Columbia Records), We Are The In Crowd (Hopeless Records), The Downtown Fiction (Photo Finish Records) and countless other national acts.

Great Highway
[Jason Hunter-vocals, bass, sax]
[Sarah Morgan-vocals, keyboard]
[Sean McAllister-lead guitar]
[Meredith Whelan-DJ table, percussion]
[Makiko Harris-violin]
-from San Francisco, CA

-Great Highway originally formed in 2012 as an acoustic guitar-driven pop-rock group, but over the years has blossomed into an edgy electronic rock outfit that represents the eclectic electro scene thriving in the SF Bay Area. To date, Great Highway has developed a signature brand of dark electropop that seamlessly blends pumping electronic sounds with analogue instrumentation. Their earworm songs package venomous and sorrowful lyrics with the lush, moody vibes of The Xx, the powerhouse male-female vocals of The Naked & Famous, and the dance-y yet sentimental arrangements of ODESZA.