click on month for monthly picture calendar 

Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.

Bookmark and Share

>>back to listings calendar
>> back to picture calendar
Saturday August 20 2022
  <<<< rescheduled from 6/17/2022
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
•••  21 AND OVER
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
Pure Hex
 indie rock dream pop shoegaze
Thank You Come Again
 hard rock garage punk
 indie rock jazz

Pure Hex
-from San Francsico, CA
-Formed in a garage in the heart of San Francisco's Richmond District, Pure Hex was conceived following an evolution of various projects by founding members Zach Dighans (vocals, rhythm guitar), Max Edelman (drums), and Ian Hodges (bass) who began collaborating together under the name Stranger in 2016. With the addition of lead guitarist Hussain Khan and vocalist Marta Alvarez in 2018, the outfit's sound has transitioned from one-way rhythm based to an all-encompassing sonic undertaking. Following the addition of Jon Annunziato on drums, Pure Hex was formed. Layers of guitar textures ornament the overarching rhythm section, adding depth under Alvarez's wistfully reverberating vocals. A marriage of influences ranging in breadth from the delicate to the extreme, Pure Hex has a raw but refined sound, cementing their intentions and aspirations as a new creative fixture in the independent music world.

Thank You Come Again
-from San Francisco, CA
-Human music from San Francisco, CA. Conceived in a lit cigarette and birthed out of wedlock in December 2018.

-from San Francisco, CA
-One of Four, Grooblen’s debut LP, is a sonic surreal musical circus spanning everything from the ridiculousness of the human body’s capabilities to heal, to geckos, to meandering along gardens and coastlines, dreams about murderous eyeballs, puppetry, and so much more. The album was written during frontperson Ellie Stokes’s diagnosis with a rare optic nerve condition during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, which proved to be a fantastical, surreal time. Side A: “Diagnosis” is a soft welcome into this flippity-dippity surreal reality, with visions of lush green gardens, friendly lizards, dancing carnivorous plants, singing spiders, while Side B: “Solution” plunges the listener into a scarier, heavier carnival dreamscape full of alien brains, terrified dogs, and controlling puppets.

One of Four was written and recorded in San Francisco with some of Ellie’s very best friends, her brother William Stokes (drums), and Jack Stancik (bass), and is a true testament to their inseparable friendship, bound by experimental, jazz-rock melodies and a passion for reptiles!