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.
Thursday January 5
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• ALL AGES
Jangle Pop Garage Rock
psychedelic surf punk rockabilly
gloomy june ----The Moondrops off the bill
-from San Francisco, CA
-Conceived in the waters of Arroyo Seco, forged in the Bay Area DIY scene, Lofi Legs is an SF-based rock group writing songs about falling in love, dropping acid, and buying horses. Starry-eyed love ballads share space with rampaging party songs. Formed by Paris Cox-Farr. Joining in recent years Daniel Bromfield on keys and Strummer Millward on bass forming a rock quartet.
-from Oakland, CA
-The Helltones were conceived in the waning months of 2016 in Oakland, California by high school friends and bandmates Darwin Siegaldoud and Paul Bowman. Having played in a handful of savage punk bands and achieving a degree of notoriety in the infamous Butch Nasty & the Blackout Kids, the boys wanted to continue playing together but were getting tired of the overdoses and arrests that go hand in hand with the punk scene. They wanted a band with enough bite to be meaningful which wouldn't scare their mothers away. So they came up with The Helltones, a band which efffortlessly walks the line between the sultry and the savage. After toying around with a few different lineups, the group took on its current form with Shane Lawton on bass, Nathan Moody on lead guitar, and the sirens Kyle Deboef and Victoria Seppe singing backup. They've been moving audiences all around the greater Bay Area ever since, playing at mainstays like Bottom of the Hill, the Starline, and Eli's Mile High Club. Now two and a half albums deep, their sound has matured into a toe-tapping, hip-swaying coil of smoke that is guaranteed to melt the hearts and faces of any audience.
-from San Francisco, CA
-In an era where fear and uncertainty are our closest companions, gloomy june is there to tell you uncertainty can be okay. Named for the cold fog that surrounds their hometown of San Francisco at the beginning of the Summer, gloomy june is the soundtrack of a beach party tinged with melancholy. gloomy june songs are pop refracted through an anxious lens: sometimes anthemic, often queer, and always a little tragic. Written through late 2020 and early 2021, when the global pandemic made going to house parties and shows seem like a past life, their new EP, Popsick, explores social woes with a near-nostalgic tone. If you’ve ever felt “othered”, or if the world has made you more anxious than you’re used to, gloomy june is for you.