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Saturday November 20 2021
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
$12 in advance / $14 at the door
Party Nails
 electronic pop dance nu disco
The Y Axes
 dreamy indie pop rock
 alt rock indie pop

Party Nails 
-from Los Angeles, CA
-Party Nails is raucous alt-pop songstress Elana Carroll, hailing from Chatham, New York. Her music draws comparisons to Robyn, Madonna and Hayley Williams, and has been covered by Billboard, Noisey, American Songwriter and featured in television and film. On tour she performs with just one other musician on stage, the equally captivating and energetic drummer Anna Crane (known professionally as simply "Crane"). Together they rip up the stage and invite you to dance, sweat, and maybe even shed a (cathartic) tear. Party Nails' second album, You Don't Have To Go Home But You Can't Stay Here, self released in June of 2020.

The Y Axes  
-from San Francisco, CA

-The Y Axes are a San Francisco-based indie outfit who play a blend of dreamy, synth-glossed pop and rhythmically robust rock.

With the combined efforts of Devin Nelson's intricate and driving guitar melodies, Alexi Belchere's ethereal vocals and haunting lyrics, and Jack Sundquist's pristine and punchy bass grooves, The Y Axes collaborate to create energetic and infectious pop that is simultaneously frantic, anthemic, heartbreaking, and hard-hitting.

Their album, No Waves, was produced by Aaron Hellam (Finish Ticket, Rin Tin Tiger, Black Map, etc.) at Hellam Sound and released June 2019. Studio_Dad Remixes of No Waves were released on Text Me Records June 2020, and they have a new single "Burning Out" that was released in June 2021.

-from Los Angeles, CA
-talker is the indie rock project of Los Angeles-based Celeste Tauchar – or as she calls it, “emo indie rock with glitter all over it”. The name is a nod to her last name, notorious in her family for being misspelled and mispronounced.
talker has released two EP’s, “Horror Films” and “Wax”, which received attention from such notable outlets as Alternative Press, The A.V. Club, NPR Music, Grimy Goods, Buzzbands LA, We Found New Music, and more – along with charting on HypeMachine and were features on Spotify editorial playlists.
Starting out touring and playing for other bands including electro-pop group FRENSHIP, Tauchar has performed at venues and festivals like Red Rocks, The Bowery Ballroom (NYC), The El Rey Theatre (LA), Lollapalooza, and Outside Lands. As talker, she has performed at iconic LA venues including the Roxy, the Echo, and the Bootleg Theater, celebrating the release of “Wax” with a slot at Emo Nite. She has also opened for artists including Yoke Lore and Hannah Wicklund & the Steppin’ Stones, and in January 2020 embarked on her first co-headlining West Coast tour.
Throughout the 2020 lockdown, talker wrote and recorded a new EP that will begin releasing in spring 2021, featuring collaborations with Dan Sadin, as well as tracks with Danny Murcia of El Mañana, NYIKO, Phil Simmonds, and James Sunderland of FRENSHIP.