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Friday January 12 2018
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
Brown Bags
 punk r&b/soul indie
Great Apes
 Indie Rock with some punk roots

Brown Bags
-from Santa Rosa, CA

-Brown Bags, the indie-punk-emo quartet from the North Bay is gathering on January 12 to celebrate the release of their new LP, Twenty-Something Mutant Nobodies on Side With Us Records. It's the same four guys who started writing songs together in 2011, but angrier and more desperate than ever.

Great Apes
Brian Moss, Matthew Kadi, Ryan Marshall, Chris Chapel
-from San Francisco, CA

-Insert hype-up descriptors here. Plain and simple, Great Apes are a punk band from San Francisco. Minimalism reigns. Play it fast, play it loud, and make it stick. While we all have been or are in an array of more complex projects, this band is founded on pop-sensible simplicity and the notion that music, much like a bio, is often at its finest when it’s spit out intensely, with concision and honesty.

Eric Shapiro- Guitar/Vocals
Jerry Andersen- Drums
Shaye Farwell- Bass/Vocals
-from San Francisco, CA

-Daikon's history has followed a trajectory that is relatable to all young musicians. From an optimistic flyer posted to try and start a band, to numerous local shows, to losing a drummer, to finding a new drummer, to playing more and more shows, and recording an album. The band lineup has changed a few times, each time pushing the band farther along toward it's current form: a band of friends, each with different musical backgrounds and histories, playing killer indie rock with some punk undertones. It's got California coast written all over it, with a sound that was raised in environments just like their listeners. Relatable and fun, catchy and exciting, Daikon is a stunning example of the San Francisco everyman's rock.