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Thursday September 9 2021
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
Dead Monks Club  
 garage soul, dream pop
Flora Flora
 psychedelic indie rock
Oddity  ------Mint Julep are off the bill
 jazz, neo-soul and hiphop

Dead Monks Club
Chicago,IL/Oakland, CA

-Dead Monks Club performs garage soul and rock songs meshed with elements of dream pop, psych, and bossa. Formed in Oakland but with roots in Los Angeles and the Inland Empire, DMC is an amalgamation of echoed intonations, reedy notes, and melancholic feeling from various contributors from both southern and northern California.
Dead Monks Clubs was started when Stevie Moctezuma began recording demos in Rancho Cucamonga CA. After the release of the first EP Books of my Numberless Dreams, Moctezuma moved to Berkeley for school where he released an album of demos, Songs from a Garage. Since then, Moctezuma formed a group to play live and based themselves in Oakland. Their latest singles, Huitzilin and In Between are tracks off their latest upcoming LP.
Dead Monks Club current members and contributors: Stevie Moctezuma, Amber Mendez, Caiden Nason, Luis Torres, Dan March, David Von Hegedus and Austin Pacheco.

Flora Flora 
Jackie Gabovich - Vocals
Noam Teyssier - Guitar
Nadia Aquil - Bass
Jeff Klein - Drums
-from San Francisco, CA

-Flora Flora is a San Francisco-based band that formed in early 2019. The trio blends elements of indie rock, R&B, neo-soul, jazz, and psych to create a style of music all their own

Maddie Liu
-from East Bay, CA

-Hailing from the East Bay, Oddity is a multi-faceted musician and songwriter seeking refuge in the intersections of jazz, hip-hop and neo-soul. Her experience as a transgender woman of color is woven inextricably into her music: at once an affirmation of life, a dissociative lament, a vengeful anthem, a desperate cry for change. At an ideal session Oddity would chef up a progression over a laid back beat, improvise a hook, let the band vibe for a minute before returning with a brooding trombone solo.