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.
Tuesday November 5
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• 21 AND OVER
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
rock and roll
lo-fi punk and noise
-from Portland, OR
-“For The Shivas, the show has always been the thing. That thing being a bombastic, explosive and thoroughly communal live rock and roll experience where barriers between the performers and their audience seem to dissolve into the sweat and sound. The band is releasing its fifth album, Dark Thoughts, but it’s the stage—or the basement, or the living room—that’s The Shivas’ true element. It’s their raison d’etre. It’s the show that keeps them coming back after over 1,000 performances spread over 25 countries in 13 years.
In those 13 years, The Shivas have grown tight-knit as a group. Guitarist/singer Jared Molyneux, bassist Eric Shanafelt and drummer/singer Kristin Leonard have all been with the band since its earliest days; guitarist Jeff Boyardee joined in 2017. Together they’ve learned to thread a seemingly impossible needle: They’ve honed and tightened their performances without sacrificing the element of surprise that makes each show special.”
Jake: guitar, vocals
and a Hammond Auto-Vari 64
-from Chico, CA
-Beehive is a trashy, two-piece rock ‘n’ roll punk duo based around a Hammond Auto-Vari 64 drum machine. Comprised of Jake and Bud, the two split time between Chico and the Bay, and are former members of Terry Malts and Shutups. They also enjoy long walks on the sidewalk and virgin gin fizzes.
Jordan Macapagal- Drums
Antonio Villegas- Bass
Darian Costa- Keys/Guitar/Backing Vocals
Eric Escobedo- Guitar/Vocals
-from San Leandro, CA
-A garage rock combo from The Manor neighborhood of San Leandro, CA, who came together over a mutual love for music, film, and comedy. With all members growing up within a square mile of each other, the band crafts a sound that blends the dark, industrial elements of SL's rich history, with a kind of ethereal, carefree nostalgia that recalls the shimmering sunshine sound of Cali's 1960s surf scene