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Friday March 9 2018
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
$10 in advance / $15 at the door
Vinyl Spectrum
 Rock, funk and jazz
 Indie Rock

-from San Francisco, CA
- For over a decade, the 9pc band known as, Bayonics, has been rocking the San Francisco Bay Area and abroad with a unique blend of latin, reggae, funk music. This stalwart band has been a Bay Area headliner for many years and they never fail to deliver fresh new music and move the crowd with consistent passion, energy & emotion.

Led by the powerful vocal stylings of Jairo Vargas, aka Rojai (Row-Juh), who merges elements to produce a raw soulful sound as distinct and unique as the San Francisco streets that bred him. Channeling a sixth sense that only he holds, he puts forth melodies, lyrics and compositions that carry inherent respect for the artist that inspired his craft.

Bayonics have performed for packed houses worldwide and have shared the stage with international touring acts ranging from Ozomatli, Erykah Badu, J-Boog and Katchafire to Los Rakas, Common Kings, Wu-Tang Clan and Mos Def. Touring locations that include: San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Hawaii, Brazil and Puerto Rico to name a few. They have sold out many venues including: Zanzibar, Temple, Blue Monkey, and The House of Blues in Los Angeles. Yoshi's, The Independent, Mezzanine, Ruby Skye, Elbo Room, Cafe Du Nord and the Shattuck Down Low in the San Francisco Bay Area. Silvana's, Shrine, Bembe, Fat Cats and The Stage in New York and Miami. Bayonics has also performed at numerous music festivals including: Humboldt County's Mateel Summer Arts & Music Festival, Pacifica Fog Festival, Reggae on the River, North Beach Festival and many others.

Bayonics is a powerhouse band that combines elements of roots music, to create a soundscape that reflects the face of urban music and culture.

“If San Francisco was one big dance floor, Bayonics would be its house band.” (San Francisco Bay Guardian News)

Vinyl Spectrum
Lance Harrington
Chris Locs
Frank Fusco
-from San Francisco, CA

-After moving from Philadelphia to the Bay Area in 2012, Frankie Fusco created a unique blend of rock, funk and jazz to become what is now Vinyl Spectrum. Originating in San Francisco, Vinyl Spectrum, led by Frank Fusco on guitar and vocals, bassist Chris Locs, and drummer Lance Harrington, is a band that has grown to be nationally recognized and featured on not only top networks such as NBC and Esquire, but also a number of commercials and feature films. Most recently their fun and buoyant track P.S. 118 was placed through Flavorlab Records on this Juicy Couture, featuring Behati Prinsloo.

The band has taken their diverse sound and shared it with the country, traveling and touring throughout the West Coast and making numerous festival appearances back East. The apparent influence of Avant Garde styles on Vinyl Spectrum makes for an out of the box and genre bending sound that can capture the ear of any audience.

-from San Francisco, CA

-EagleWolfSnake is one of the tightest, fullest sounding trios I’ve heard in quite awhile. Just listen to their debut EP for evidence: layered vocals that make choruses arena-ready, chiming guitar lines that effortlessly float through the driving beats, deceptively simple song structures featuring big melodic hooks and an explicit desire to get your feet moving. You can reference everyone from the Speaking In Tongues incarnation of the Talking Heads to any era of Franz Ferdinand (because, let’s face it, those guys never really did change up their sound, did they?), but for brevity’s sake, it’s better just to classify the band as danceable rock/pop ear candy. “Empty Weather” is especially catchy and so concisely constructed you’ll wish it was longer than just two-and-a-half minutes. - The Bay Bridged