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Thursday December 19 2019
  8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
 
•••  21 AND OVER
$10
Broadcast (A Tribute)
 Mae Powell and friends play the music of Broadcast
 Psychedelic pop, Dream pop, Avant-pop, Space age pop
Mint
mintreed.bandcamp.com/
 surf rock dream pop
Salacious Wizard Cult
www.facebook.com/salaciouswizardcult/
  dream pop electro folk



Broadcast (A Tribute)
-from San Francisco, CA
-Local beam of light Mae Powell and friends from Mayya & The Revolutionary Hell Yeah, Mild Universe & Miss Ellipsis team up this winter to pay tribute to one of the most eerily beautiful and influential artists of the early 2000s with a full cover set curated  from their catalog.

Local Bay Area sweethearts MINT and Salacious Wizard Cult will be bringing their own far out sounds and sweet songs as they open the evening up!



Mint
Tyler - Guitar/Vox
Hayden - Guitar/Vox
Danny - Bass
Armon - Drums
-from San Francisco, CA

-"Bewitchingly stuck between the 60's and the 90's"


Salacious Wizard Cult
-from Oakland, CA
-The ‘Cult’ has been in the Central Valley music scene for what seems like ancient history. Since 2011, every show they come out of hiding for is completely different. You might catch them playing a party, making a room full of valley kids dance to some occult tunes. Next week you could be crying in the audience at one of their slowed-down sad fest. They’ve been described as ‘electro sad jazz’ but they have never confined to just one genre. The members of this project are elusive, but their music is hypnotizing. After a couple years of perfecting a mind control device, they released their enigmatic album ‘CURA’ in the late summer of 2016. Many new followers came to accept the album into hearts. During the Summer of 2017, they managed to survive a 50 day tour opening for the band Dandelion Massacre (Folk-Punk’s most punk of the folk!). The tour stretched from California to the lovely Southern hospitality, up that classic east coast and back across the great Northern states. The band is still gaining new followers.