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Friday February 1 2019
  8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
  The Heartbreak Club, featuring...
Tino Drima
  doo-wop rock
Nobody's Baby
  of The Atom Age & Dirty Denim
 Death Doo-Wop - Garage Pop
The She's
 60s garage pop surf
DJ Dan Shaw

Tino Drima
Gregory DiMartino, Rob Mills,
Mackenzie Bunch, Scott Huerta
-from San Francisco, CA

-Tino Drima is a cauldron of then, now, and what will be. Crooning hell harmonies over charmed, ripping beats Tino channels music that feels like it has always existed. Think the inter-dimensional 50s radio in Old Man Cooper's house that portals Classics from a more excellent world into his living room and everybody wants to hang out and listen and maybe stay the night even though it's p weird there.

Nobody's Baby
Katie Rose - Guitar/Vox
Peter Niven- Guitar/Vox
Penelope Leegeten- Bass/Vox
Ryan Perras - Drums/Vox
-from Bay Area, CA

-"The squealing tires, the kick, kick kick, snare, young love, and blood curdling scream. All ingredients to an American classic, the Teenage Death Song. Nobody's Baby formed around the idea of capturing the raw honesty buried in early 60's cheese schlock. Think the Shangri-las on a Saturday speed binge and Del Shannon still drunk on a Monday morning. Buddy Holly post-plane crash. The band writes a love letter to all this. They spill their heart on the page, but the letter is written with vintage fuzz pedals, trashcan reverb, and cave dweller drums. The end result is a garage doo-wop funeral parade, and everyone's invited."

The She's
Sami Perez- Bass
Hannah Valente- Vocals
Eva Treadway- Guitar
Sinclair Riley- Drums
-from San Francisco, CA

-San Francisco's favorite all female garage rippers. Mixing reverb-drenched jangly guitars with sun-soaked harmonies reminiscent of 60’s pop and surf bands, along with a plethora of influences from more fuzzed-out contemporary artists, The She’s have crafted a unique sound: sometimes happy-go-lucky, sometimes gloomy/melancholy, all around brilliant; a testament to the city they were born and raised in. Over the last 10 years, the band has played with many of their music heroes such as GIRLS, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Surfer Blood, and Ceremony, just to name a few. Their latest 2017 release, which they self- produced with counsel from tUnE-yArDs’ Merrill Garbus, is called “all female rock and roll quartet”, a reductive description they often hear. By reclaiming it as the title of their sophomore album, the San Francisco-based band turns the designation into a source of strength.

DJ Dan Shaw