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Wednesday January 19 2022

[as of 1/6/2022]
The previously scheduled show—with Belaganas
and No Suits— is postponing to March 3rd. Your tickets will be transferred to the new date automatically. If you were not interested in attending on the new date, please contact us for a refund —before the end of January please.

Wednesday January 19 2022
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
 •••  ALL AGES
Belaganas    [co-headlining]
 alternative hip-hop punk rap
No Suits               [co-headlining]
 funk r&b hip hop

-from Phoenix, AZ
-Belaganas is a band formed in Phoenix, Arizona that performs alternative hip-hop and bedroom pop. Formed by frontmen and vocalists Joey J and Shanker, the band also features drummer Nick Wille, and are known for their captivating live performances and emotionally charged music. The trio began writing music in summer of 2016 and since then has released a number of singles detailing teen angst and punk-style anthems delivered through hip-hop sonics. You can find the boys online through their social media @belaganasmusic to keep up with their antics.

No Suits 
-from Los Angeles, CA
-What's good, we are no suits. We are three friends from San Diego who met in class and now live and make tunes together in LA. 

Max (white guy) is a professional meditator as well as a wanna be vegan. Saj (Indian guy) is the wildcard and tries to lift people off the ground when he is drunk. Reed is the most racially ambiguous, we call him Moroccan but no one really knows.

Musically, we are pretty diverse. We all have different styles and influences. No suits lies between a band and production group; we try to bring in as many flavors as we can by collaborating with different artists. 

For us no suits is about creating our own lane and rejecting the idea of conformity. We have nothing against suits as an article of clothing, but our philosophy is to not follow the suit mentality.