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.
Friday January 11 2019
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
••• 21 AND OVER
of Ex-Boyfriends and Lucky Jesus
Indie Rock Punk
Colin Daly, Mike Griffin, Peter Harb,
Conor Thompson, Jeremy Hainline
-from San Francisco, CA
-One band, made outta five guys from other bands. Bands bands bands.
Quivers is a band with one guitar too many, but it’s a labor of love. Colin Daly pulled the group together in 2016, focusing on talented musicians from Bay Area bands (Charmless, Collisionville, Ex-Boyfriends, Philistines, and Amscray) that he knew would gel quickly. It’s been a family from the start. This show is a record release for their new album, featuring eleven rock songs exploring love, loss, and hate over a palette of loud guitars, keys and much gnashing of teeth.
Kris Moya - Guitar/Vocals
Robert Herrera - Bass
Connor Koreski - Drums
-from Oakland/San Francisco, CA
-Kris, Robert & Connor are out to play some heartfelt, meaningful-music for interested ears.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression, but Oakland, California's Long Knives don't need it- they nailed it the first time. Their debut EP "This is Your Life" showcase the band's strengths: upbeat, catchy indie/punk with strong dual vocals that will keep you coming back again and again. The start of something big.
Tamale, Horchata and Cholula (THC)
-from San Francisco, CA
-Latinx punk trio from San Francisco. SF band that mixes punk/dark wave and garage rock with post-colonial drag responding their experiences as latinx in this fucked up country.
Horchata LaShyGirl, Tamale Ringwald and Cholula Caliente here! Together we are Muņecas, a band that has been playing the SF punk scene for five years.
We have recorded two EPs, “Tres Leches” (2015), and “Especial” (2017), both independently produced and released. Our sound is one part punk, one part dark wave, and two parts chingona puta power anthems. The coolest thing we’ve ever done is play to a middle school during their gay pride celebration. Most of the time we’re in drag, or some kind of costume because rock ‘n roll is too fucking cool to play in a Patagonia sweater.
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