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Friday March 6 2020
  8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
 •••  ALL AGES
$12 in advance / $14 at the door
Floral
  (Record release)
www.facebook.com/floraltunes/
 mathrock pop
Wander
www.wander-band.com/
 Post-Rock
Standards
www.facebook.com/wearestandards/
 math rock
Elaine The Singer
www.facebook.com/elainethesinger/
 rock n' rap
 



Floral
Nate Sherman - Guitar
Ty Mayer - Drums
-from California

-"Floral is the audial equivalent of a three dimensional Aboriginal dot painting. Vibrant textures of climbing hills and cascading waterfalls of notes, bombard listeners erratically via tempo and elevation. Getting lost in the rushing ascent and feeling the thrill is like the wind to your back! This is to be expected, almost guaranteed when a group has sufficient technical ability. You can’t take enough steps back to see what vision Floral has."



Wander
Christian Francisco | Guitar
Bernard Barcela | Guitar
Joseph Aguda | Bass
Ryan David Francisco | Drums
-from San Leandro, CA

-Wander is an explosive instrumental math rock band influenced by greats across the expansive post-rock canon.



Standards
-from Los Angeles, CA
-LA fruit rock band!! Math rock Wiggles



Elaine The Singer
-from Los Altos, CA
-members of Floral and Percentage Bridge.
"The band, still instrumental, still math rock in spirit, is quite different than their main project, reminding me more of bands like Masiro, Tiberious, or, at times, Omniataxia."