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Thursday September 21 2017
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$8 in advance / $10 at the door
Friends W/O Benefits
 political punk
Foxx Bodies
 political punk \ riot grrl punk
The Brankas
 poppy punk

Friends W/O Benefits
Cadet Edac: Drums/Vox/Guitar
White Trash Ninja: Guitar/Vox/Drums
-from San Francisco, CA

-Friends W/O Benefits are a San Francisco based political punk duo. They've been voted the most hated band in SF by their peers because of their unwavering honesty and no punches pulled live set.

Foxx Bodies
Bella Vanek - Vocals
Adam Bucholz - Drums
Bailey Moses - Guitar
Matt Vanek - Bass
-from Los Angeles, CA

-Foxx Bodies, a four-piece from Los Angeles, CA, in various interviews and write-ups are coined as a new, young Riot Grrrl band; and ranging stylistically from Sleater-Kinney to a 50’s Western sound, they proudly bear this identity. They represent a new direction of punk/politically-driven music—a sound which is urgent, clever, energetic, and above all, important.

The Brankas
Taylor McElroy - Drums/Synth
Theo Slavin - Guitar/Vocals
-from San Francisco, CA

-The Brankas are a duo. The duo consists of Taylor McElroy & Theo Slavin. Both of us live in San Francisco but we formed the band in Oakland in 2011. Around 2014 we decided to "get serious" and have since released one LP, two EPs and toured the Western United States three times.

We have played a show in a repurposed steel factory and someone smashed an upright piano with a sledgehammer. We also played a show in our friend Jack’s apartment and the drum set fell over and there was a piņata and Theo had to scream over everything because there was no microphone. On multiple occasions, people have tried to talk to Taylor while he is playing drums. It’s very friendly but also hard to respond to. Another time, we played in a tiny art gallery for 15 minutes, packed up everything in 5 minutes and were just hanging out when the cops showed up; nothing to see here. We’ve also played places that have real sound systems and stages, which is alright too. Playing “rock and roll” music is ultimately a good excuse to meet other people, go outside and maybe even make a friend. Anything else is just marketing talk.

Our new album "My Parkour Body Is The Paint And The World Is My Canvas. I Don't See Obstacles, I See Opportunities." was released on May 12th, 2017 and is available on the internet or on vinyl & cassette in our merch tub.