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Wednesday January 10 2018
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
Tribe Divine
 Funk/HipHop/Reggae Fusion
  Single Release Show!
 dreamy, orchestral synth-pop

Tribe Divine
Jaron Ott - Bass
Ori Hartenstein - Drums
Ziggy Ferguson - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals
Trevor Ferguson - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Micky St. Paul Mejia - Lead Vocals
-from San Francisco, CA

-Funk/HipHop/Reggae Fusion Band
Worth the price of admission

Annabelle Maginnis (mandolin, vox, violin, guitar)
Kofi Asare-Aboagye (vox, guitar, pocket piano)
-from Los Angeles, CA

-From San Fran to LA, Act Natural is testing out the waters of this vibrant place.
Kofi (Mike Blair) is a music producer who has recently picked up guitar. He and Annabelle toggle between lead and harmony with vocals. He may also surprise you with a pocket piano or many of the other tricks up his sleeve.
Annabelle is primarily a mandolin player and vocalist, though she also plays violin (her first instrument) and tickles the guitar.

Ihui Cherise Wu || Andrew Lessman || Graham Chapman || Alexander Noice
-from Los Angeles, CA

-Polartropica has begun releasing singles that will form a new album in the not-so-distant future, a follow-up to 2016’s EP “Astrodreams” (Lolipop Records). The band’s synth- and string-laden music conjures up a glitter-covered futuristic landscape where fantastic human-like creatures live their lives under neon clouds that rain Skittles from the sky. In this enchanted universe, people date, break up, eat noodles, sleep, dream and everything, but it’s all prettier to look at and shiny. Polartropica’s Ihui Cherise Wu’s newest song, “Crystal Ramen” has this magical, otherworldly sheen, but its subject matter is something we all know here on regular earth. She says, “I wrote it watching a friend’s relationship crumbling to pieces … when someone you love and trust slowly becomes a person that is distant and even harmful to keep in your life. The subject is dark, but hopeful and self-reflective.”