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.
October 17 2018
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
••• ALL AGES
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
ambient heavy indie rock
melodic metal noise post hardcore
-from San Francisco, CA
-With a blend somewhere between a movie soundtrack and a empty mausoleum comes the raw emotion of a dying banshee and a convoluted orchestration of reverb and notation. ourfathers. has resided in the city of San Francisco since 2014.
With the catalyst of the founding members fathers passing away- They decided to write an ode to the recently deceased asking for advice; expecting no answers.
These songs are what they have left of the memories of the men who raised them and the widows they left behind.
Wes Fareas - Vocals, Guitars, Keys/Synth, Drums, Percussion
Jeremy Fareas - Bass, Keys/Synth, Upright, Bass Pedals
Armando "Mondo" Armas - Drums, Percussion
-from Bay Area, CA
-Repetition is the death of art... Tradition is the enemy of progress... Evolve or Die.
"There are mind-boggling songs on Internet Killed The Audio Star, their debut album... The range of dynamics and techniques-not to mention sheer effort-is amazing." - Decibel Magazine
"Take a breath and prepare for the future of unbridled aggression... this opus proves not only that the band has chops, but that they are able to structure a coherent and consistent recording from such a disparate pool of ideas... this is one of the best recordings in recent memory and will no doubt make quite a splash in modern metallic hardcore... Internet Killed the Audio Star is something of an anomaly; a top-tier mindblower that comes straight out of nowhere to knock its fortunate listeners flat on their face as it proceeds to assault them mercilessly... just two weeks into the new year, a contender for the top 10 records of 2010 has already arrived. 9.5/10"
-from San Jose, CA
-Four piece from the Bay Area. Formed in 2014 by Josh Smith, Adrian Fonda, and Aaron Horwitz, and adding Griffin Slinker in 2015, Outlier has been a consistently ever-evolving force in underground music. Outlier began touring in their first year as a band and have shown no sign of slowing down, the band has since toured across the country several times. Their 2017 debut album, Through A Set Of Rose Shaded Eyes, marked the band’s sonic departure into the realm of blackened hardcore, akin to artists such as Converge, Deafheaven, and Loma Prieta.