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Friday January 7 2022

The previously scheduled show—with Healing Potpourri— is canceled.
All advance tickets will get refunded.

Friday January 7 2022
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
 •••  ALL AGES
Healing Potpourri
 healing weird pop
Marika Christine
 alternative  freak folk
Josiah Y Flores

Healing Potpourri
Vocals: Simi Sohota
Sax/Flute: Geoff Morris
Guitar: Luke Sweeney
Keys: Jonathan Chaney
Bass: Jack Brown
Drums: Ian McBrayer
Percussion: Wuuj
-from San Francisco, CA

- Healing Potpourri started as the new-age solo project of Simi Sohota during his tenure as a DJ at KDVS, the college radio station at UC Davis in California. Originally springing from his obsession with ambient/easy-listening and guided meditation cassettes he released his debut LP The Way Water Bends Light.

After moving to San Francisco in 2013 and seeing a flyer in a record store window for an ambient DJ night, he met Geoff Morris from Gradient Fade and began to collaborate and recruited a live band. With a new focus on bedroom pop and hold-music he released the cassette My Eyes Never Really Adjusted to the Light with an accompanying tour in support of Mild High Club. The live band is a 6-piece jazz influenced lounge-pop act that sometimes performs under the moniker Mango Jerry and the SPF 5. -

Marika Christine  
-from San Francisco, CA
-Marika Christine is a musical dreamer from San Francisco, CA. Her songs are inspired by nature, relationships, and the highs and lows of being human. The bones of her songwriting lie in fluid chord progressions and earnest lyrics but Marika's flare for odd rhythms and gentle psychedelic tones keep the listener on their toes.

Her debut album Puzzle World was released in the early months of 2021. She was joined by Adam Wilson, Fabrizio Incerti, Maria Donjacour, and her brother Janis Stuurman. The record is a portrait of change and explores the universal journey to figure out where one belongs in their own mind and in the world beyond. It floats through a broad sonic landscape, from jangly indie rock, to acoustic guitar songs, and haunting synth lullabies. Marika Christine and her band currently perform regularly in the San Francisco Bay Area and are working on their next album. Her single “Music and Heart” is due to be released in January 2022.

Josiah Y Flores 
-from San Francisco, CA
-These are songs I recorded with some very good friends. The goal was to make the album sound like we were in a room together, conversing and sharing heartbreak.