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.
Saturday September 1 2018
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
••• 21 AND OVER
Honey House Records Album Release Party
Cosmic Californian music ~ 70s Rock
Down And Outlaws
Rock and Roll
Post Modern 70's
Kyle DeMartini, Nathan Porter,
Jacob Landry, Dashiel McClary, Simon Todorovic
-from valparaiso, chie // oakland, ca // san francisco, CA
-Experimental Super-Troupe from San Francisco/Oakland.
San Francisco based Caravan 222 blends human despair and the warmth others can induce, in both music and visual formats. In their latest trance-like concoction, “Beatriz,” the members of the troupe create a world full of minimal interaction, juxtaposed against the realization of freedom with one lone warrior. Written and directed by Kyle De Martini, with photography direction by Nicole Salmeri (LASH media), it’s a haunting look at a debilitating universe, anxious violins against rough vocals creating a sense of agitation, all worth the wait. Caravan 222 includes Jacob Landry (Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah) Kyle De Martini (Down Dirty Shake) Nate Porter (New Sun Company) Dashiel McClary (Big River Ever After) and their Chilean counterpart, Simon Todorovich (A Full Cosmic Sound).
Down And Outlaws
Peter Danzig, Kyle Luck, Chris Danzig, Jon Carr
-from San Francisco,CA
In the year following Down and Outlaws' debut album release, the San Francisco quartet has played San Francisco's famed Outside Lands festival, shared bills with the likes of Meatbodies, Dead Meadow and members of Pavement, and honed their live shows with ever-increasing energy and power.
The quartet -- Peter and Chris Danzig, Jon Carr, and Kyle Luck -- have appeared on Last Call With Carson Daly and recorded in Vancouver for Converse Rubber Tracks. The D&O's music has also been featured in Oliver Stone's 'Snowden' and the Ubisoft game, ‘Watch Dogs 2.'
With the release of the Bad Radio EP, the band has grown heavier, groovier, and tougher. Bad Radio brings a matured sound, from a band that's paid their dues and is hungry for more. Recorded in Joshua Tree, San Francisco, and Vancouver, Bad Radio is a 1-2-3 punch from a band that makes a ruckus with the reckless abandon of the Stooges, and the conviction of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
As a friend recently commented, "I've been trying to record your set for months, but you're too fuckin' loud!" This music is based on freedom and escape from everything else that drags you down, if only for 40 minutes.
"Raw energy, blistering guitar leads and dirty vocals over thick bass lines and driving drums. Though their aesthetic is dark and brooding, they write songs that are smartly accessible." — San Franpsycho (Bands You Need to Know)
“Opening for Reignwolf were San Francisco’s Down and Outlaws and they made every moment of their blistering opening set count. These guys are rock and roll, playing gritty, driving songs that hit the marks for this photographer.” —Vortex Magazine
"Down and Outlaws sets the tone for refined songwriting and tight technique in a genre often plagued by showy, loose compositions.” — East Bay Express
Dan Cervantes - Guitar & Vox
Jody Bagley - Keys & Vox
Blake Dean - Bass & Vox
Chad Lee - Drums
-from San Diego, CA
-Burnin’ nitro soul all for the sake of rock n’ roll, Mrs. Henry is a live band. An electric baptism more likely to draw converts than appease convention. Every time the beat drops, the organ swells, the guitar squeals and the bass charges through the mystical into an intergalactic boogie, it’s only the reckless moment that you hear - in all of its murderous triumph. On a torrent of improvisation, Mrs. Henry penetrates the pandemonium. Endurance is their vocation and bringing live music into a new era is their occupation. Landing heavy on the one, leaning hard into the two, Mrs. Henry is a constant reminder that rock n’ roll - seething, bleeding, living rock n’ roll - is always relevant.
Since 2012, Mrs. Henry has shuffled, swung and boogied their way into cult status, earning an unrivaled reputation atop their already well-established individual credits. Based in Otay, California, and fronted by guitarist, Daniel Cervantes (Howlin’ Rain, Creature and the Woods), the quartet features keyboardist and crooner Jody Bagley (The Blue Moonies, Cathouse Thursday), drummer Chad Lee (Elijah Ford, The Silent Comedy) and bassist Blake Dean (Happy Ron Hill, Boss Run).
With their latest release Vol. II, Mrs. Henry completes the second half of their ambitious two-volume debut. A thunderous roar across the aesthetically driven rock landscape, Vol. II was recorded straight to tape without second-guessing or second chances. The 3-LP debut is a seminal battle cry and collective manifesto, combining in-studio and on-stage live recordings, proving once again that spontaneity will never die and that the art of abandonment will always belong to rock n’ roll.
Mrs. Henry’s Mothership is ready for lift off and all you got to do is climb aboard.