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.
Sunday June 9 2019
7:00PM doors -- music at 8:00PM
••• ALL AGES
$18 in advance / $20 at the door
10th Anniversary Animals Tour!
(playing all of Animals and more!)
Indie, Math Rock
The Kraken Quartet
Tim Collis, Chris Collis, Henry Tremain
-from Blompton Upon Chaos, Oxford, UK
-Poking fun at their home city's low crime rate, Oxford, England math rockers This Town Needs Guns named their band on a whim in 2004. Based around guitarist/vocalist Stuart Smith and lead guitarist Tim Collis, the rhythm section rotated several times over the next several years, resulting in a band anchored by bassist Dan Adams and drummer Chris Collis by the time they recorded their 2008 debut, Animals. Jamie Cooper took over on bass soon after, and in 2011, frontman Stuart Smith announced he would be leaving the band to focus on his family, and Pennines singer/guitarist Henry Tremain would be replacing him. The band continued to undergo changes, and after years of having their band name misconstrued as a real sentiment, they changed their name to TTNG in 2013, just after the January release of their second album, 184.108.40.206.0. ~ Jason Lymangrover, Rovi
The Kraken Quartet
-from Austin, TX
-A massive force of percussion and electronics, The Kraken Quartet is a genre-crossing group known for its highly energetic and engaging performances. Since their formation in 2012, the Austin-based group has been heralded for merging elements of math rock, minimalism, indie, post-rock, electronica, and the avant-garde. The Kraken Quartet has been featured on festivals and broadcasts including South by Southwest, Fast Forward Austin, Audiotree Live, Austin Instrumental Music Festival, WNYC, KUTX, SoundSpace, and more. Their debut full-length album, Separate | Migrate, is available now.
The Kraken Quartet is Chris Demetriou, Andrew Dobos, Taylor Eddinger, and Sean Harvey.
-from Los Angeles, CA
-math rock Wiggles.
"There is something so damn laid back and loose about this album is while retaining the tight composition and technicality of math rock. standards are blazing new trails for math and I can't wait to see where those trails lead!"