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Tuesday February 11 2020
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
 grunge rock
 new wave pop

Vocals, Guitar / Eli Carlton-Pearson
Bass, vocals / Brian Wilkerson
Drums / Micheal Pinkham
-from Fairfax CA

-Physical Suicide Deterrent System Project (PSDSP) is an avant-grunge band from the Bay Area. PSDSP combines heavy riffs, melodious, spacy vocals, surprising lyrics, and virtuosic musicianship for a sound that picks up where Soundgarden left off, taking it further toward where Alice Coltrane was going. Lead singer and guitarist Eli Carlton-Pearson first conceived of the band after reading the comically verbose official title of the Golden Gate Bridge's suicide barrier. Well aware that music had provided him and many others with a reason to live in otherwise hopeless times, he decided to name his band after the barrier, in a move that was both tongue-in-cheek and dead serious. Joined by Brian Wilkerson on bass and Michael Pinkham on drums the band has become a cult favorite in their native Bay Area, and continues to surprise audiences everywhere with a well-rehearsed yet improvisational approach to heavy rock and roll.

-from San Francisco, CA
-glavin is a grunge rock trio in san fransico, we put on a lot of house shows play all kinds of venues and like to make catchy rock songs.

Gray Whisnant - Vox/guitars
Matt Rucker - Keys/guitars/vox
Zeke Reed - Bass
Ryan Albaugh - Drums
-from Los Angeles, CA

-FNTN make new wave for late nights. They play sleek, stylish guitar pop and brooding synth rock, perfect for 2 AM at a hotel bar. Formed on the east coast college circuit, they’ve been in Los Angeles since 2017. Since wrapping up their west coast tour, you can find them hanging out around Echo Park.

"FNTN tap The Beatles, 90s Britpop, and Frank Ocean for a unique, evolving sound." - The Argonaut