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Thursday January 24 2019
  8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
Glitter Wizard
 doom  metal  progressive psychedelic stoner rock
  (from SF)
 70s  heavy rock n roll
 doom metal
CCR Headcleaner
 new american punk rock
DJ Lacy Lust

Glitter Wizard
Wendy Stonehenge, Doug Graves,
Lorfin Terrafor, Kandi Moon, Fancy Cymballs
-from San Froakland, CA

-This band of California rifflords pillage the best of vintage hard rock while keeping their laser eyes on the future, creating a unique brand of oddball psychedelia. Their onstage performance is a glammed-up force to be reckoned with and they've been taking their act on the road from the West Coast all the way to Europe.

Lipstick stains on the rim of a bong

Eric " don cheeto" kang
Doug Stuckey
Tanner Zelinsky
Brandon " nug" Chester
-from San Francisco, CA

-The once fruitful rock n' roll city of San Francisco is now a barren womb, fraught with the lasting effects of technological herpes. Thankfully a polyp known as Banquet has formed and is screeching for freedom from the womb's clutches. With dual ripping lead guitars, howling vocals and a rhythm section that can make a pregnant woman's water break.

-from Los Angeles, CA
-LA Heavy Rock!

CCR Headcleaner
Alex Cargile: Guitar, Vocals
Justin Flowers: Drums, Vocals, Guitar
Ned Meiners: Guitar, Vocals
Mark Treise: Bass, Vocals, Synth
-from the Bay Area, CA

-I'd seen CCR Headcleaner several times before, usually an entertaining mess of fucked-up rock racket that emerged from the ashes of a Georgia band I liked called Long Legged Woman. But at their Hemlock show opening for Human Eye back in September, CCR somehow transmuted themselves from an unevenly good local band into a marauding gang of Scanners-style head-exploder telepaths and delivered a defining, transcendent, next-level performance. CCR's hypnotic and malevolent psychedelia wasn't faux-fun party-psych or disingenuously mellow Zen Center nature psych—it was more of a Jim Thompson's "Killer Inside Me" psych with elective self-surgery K-hole romps and post hate-fuck cuddle balladry. The band was possessed, the room was juiced, the audience transfixed. At points, CCR's set was suffused with a prosaic evil vibe that reminded me of the Rembrandt Pussyhorse/Locust Abortion-era Butthole Surfers live shows. Musically, CCR are way different than the Buttholes—I'm referring more to the air of all-pervading cathartic menace. Shortly afterwards, CCR went with Fuzz on a national tour (huge props to Fuzz for that act of public service) and I caught them a month later at Death By Audio in Brooklyn. They were in top road shape, which only underscored how special that show with Human Eye had been.  -Anthony Bedard Bay Bridged

DJ Lacy Lust
-from San Francisco, CA
-Heavy metal, glam, crotch rock