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Saturday March 3 2018
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$15 in advance / $18 at the door
The Dears (solo acoustic)
 A solo acoustic evening with Murray Lightburn singing songs by Montreal art-rock band The Dears
 thedears.org/
 Indie Rock
The Asteroid No.4s
theasteroidno4.com/
 Psychedelic not Psych, Folk Rock
Tabernacle
www.facebook.com/tabtabnacle/
  space-y  rock

The Dears
-from Montreal, QC CANADA
-The Dears emerged out of the early Noughties Canadian indie renaissance, cementing their orchestral-pop-noir sound with celebrated debut album End of a Hollywood Bedtime Story, in 2000. In 2001 and 2002, they released the EPs Orchestral Pop Noir Romantique and Protest, as well as a collection of unreleased songs, Nor the Dahlias. In 2003 they released their second full-length album No Cities Left, and a string of highly anticipated shows at SxSW '04 launched their international career. Gang of Losers was released in 2006, was well received by the press, and was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize. A tumultuous transitory period followed. The Dears emerged, stolid, with another meticulously crafted classic, Missiles (2008), followed later by Degeneration Street (2011) and Times Infinity Volume One (2016).


The Asteroid No.4
Scott Vitt: Vocals, Guitar
Matthew Rhodes: Bass, Backing Vocals
Eric Harms: Guitar
Ryan van Kriedt: Guitar, Vocals
Adam Weaver: Drums, Backing Vocals
Nick Castro: Keys, Backing Vocals, Percussion
-from Northern California

-The Asteroid No.4 are an American psychedelic band based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Originating from Philadelphia in the latter half of the 1990s, the band began their relocation to the west coast in 2011.

Since forming, the band has endured several lineup changes. Over the last ten years, however, they have consistently included Scott Vitt (vocals, guitar), Eric Harms (guitar), Adam Weaver (drums, vocals), Matty Rhodes (bass, vocals), Ryan Carlson van Kriedt (guitars, vocals), and most recently, Nick Castro (keys, guitars, vocals).

The band is known for their dynamic live act, integrating multi-textured guitars and reverb-drenched vocal harmonies over an unwavering rhythm section. However, it’s been their prolific recording output, including what will soon be their ninth full-length album, that’s helped build their dedicated fan base within the flourishing underground psychedelic scene. With well over a dozen compilation appearances, digital-only rarity releases, and multiple singles and EPs, the band is said to improve with each release.

The Asteroid No.4’s sound has been called a “hypnotic hybrid of several different genres filtered through the kaleidoscope of all things psychedelic.” Whether it be “Krautrock”, “shoegaze”, folkrock, or even the occasional dabbling in “Cosmic” countryrock, the band have never shied away from wearing their influences squarely on their sleeves.



Tabernacle
Andrew Simmons: Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Juno, Percussion
Brendan Sheehan: Electric Guitar, Drums
Louis Stephens: Piano, Oberheim, Juno
Joe Dolman: Saxophone
Chris Connolly: Lap Steel
Greg Gheorghiu: Vocals
-from CA + KY

-Oakland-based Tabernacle is Andrew Simmons with a revolving cast of musician friends. "Shimmery, space-y arrangements let his strong, somewhat unique voice shine through . . ." -- The Bay Bridged T