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.
Tuesday December 12 2017
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
Melodic Hardcore / Rock
doomgaze post-metal post-rock shoegaze
dream pop punk shoegaze bedroom pop
-from Myrtle Beach, SC
-Hundredth (formerly The Hundredth) is an American Shoegaze band from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, that formed in 2008. Hundredth formed in 2008 when a previous band called The Hundredth split. Their debut record When Will We Surrender was released by Mediaskare Records on March 30, 2010. The first single from that album was "Desolate", and a music video was released on YouTube on March 18, 2010. Their sophomore album, Let Go, was released on September 27, 2011 by Mediaskare Records. The first single from that album, "Live Today" was released on Mediaskare Record's YouTube on July 22, 2011. On December 2, 2012 the band announced a double EP 'Revolt/ Resist. The first EP 'Revolt' was released on March 19, 2013 with the second EP 'Resist' being released at a later date to be determined.
With their last album Rare they picked up a total new sound. And that new sound is a combination of their old sound with shoegaze.
Sarah Quintero - Bass/Guitar/Vocals
Mario Quintero - Guitar/Synths/Vocals
Chris Enriquez - Drums
-from Brooklyn, NY
-Spotlights is the Brooklyn-based married couple of Mario and Sarah Quintero, both formerly of Sleep Lady, whose 2012 album So Long Lonely Ghost was produced by Aaron Harris of Isis.
In Spotlights, the Quinteros summon a supreme sound, equally heavy and dreamy. A tar-pit sludge-rock foundation is blanketed by layers of shimmering shoegaze. Their debut full length Tidals was released on Crowquill Records in the spring of 2016 as a follow up to the synth laden, doom-pop EP, Demonstration. Tidals' songs rock hard and memorably, bringing to mind hints of bands, from Failure to My Bloody Valentine to Godflesh to Smashing Pumpkins and beyond.
Spotlights were handpicked by Deftones to support the band on two weeks of its summer U.S. tour for 2016. Followed up by a second national run in September with If These Trees Could Talk.
-from Los Angeles, CA
-Los Angeles transplants Tennis System once had a reputation for shutting down shows with their relentless wall of noise. Fast-forward two years, and fans are flocking to their noisy, dreamy pop – think remnants of Nirvana and the Jesus and Mary Chain, with hints of the romanticism that makes Wavves and Best Coast so addictive.
Corey, Charlie, Nick, Joey
-from Loveland, CO
-"here is no band that makes this kind of sound. Absolutely fantastic. The sort of songs that get buried deep in your mind and become more and more emotional as the meaning of the lyrics blossom slowly with each repeated listening. Every word, every guitar note, every whirr and drone, are chosen carefully; even with this much noise there is nothing drowned out, it is all precision and imprecision perfectly contradicted to envelop the listener in Corey's beautifully sad mind."