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Saturday September 24 2022
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
 •••  ALL AGES
$15 in advance / $18 at the door
Stop Light Observations
 Transformational Rock
Everyone Is Dirty
 alternative rock baroque pop
The Campbell Apartment
 indie pop alt-rock

Stop Light Observations
-from Charleston, SC
-SLO is a 4-piece anti-pop/not rock (but also isn't not rock) band born and raised in Charleston, SC.

Everyone Is Dirty
-from Oakland, CA
-Everyone Is Dirty, Oakland's favorite electric violin wielding rockNroll powerduo Sivan & Chris Daddio are making their post-covid debut with a spankin' new rhythm section. It's alive & shredding! Loud & sweaty! Come see for yourself.

The Campbell Apartment
-from San Francisco, CA
-"Why is it so hard to write about The Campbell Apartment? I’ve been listening to Ari for a long time and I still have no idea how to describe his music to someone who hasn’t heard it. Punk rock? Garage rock? Certainly elements of both but neither one really makes you think cerebral, does it? There isn’t a tidy little category that describes being tossed about by rapid-fire angst and devious, literate wordplay, bouncing from one grinding angry guitar into a fragile, lovely harmony before you even realize it’s happening. There’s a restless energy in the Campbell Apartment -- a willingness to bend things to the point of breaking, to follow each frenetic aside into its own space, leaving no square inch unexplored. I always thought Ari would make a great novelist, but listening to Curmudgeon, it occurs to me that any one of these songs would make for a truly compelling film: our narrator, the everyman, antihero, driven to distraction by the banalities of modern life and complaining loudly, yet somehow with a lot of heart. Ari has a storyteller’s way of inhabiting these dark spaces, breathing life into each scene by illuminating human nature’s good side and dwelling on it for just long enough before smashing it to bits. I do hope you will enjoy this album as much as I do".  - Chris Collingwood, Fountains Of Wayne