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Thursday March 16 2023
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
 
•••  21 AND OVER
$15
TBA  ---------Diesel Dudes off the bill
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Electric Machine Gun Tits
www.electricmachineguntits.com/
 Rock n Roll
The Wind-Ups
www.facebook.com/heyitsthewindups
 power pop punk




TBA
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Electric Machine Gun Tits
-from San Francisco, CA
-ELECTRIC MACHINE GUN TITS are a two piece Rock n Roll - power duo, based out of the San Francisco Bay area since the winter of 2015.
Naoko Nozawa on lead vocals and synth. Tora Fujimoto on guitar and vocals.

They have toured New York, Spain and have done four summer tours through Japan in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
ELECTRIC MACHINE GUN TITS have shared the stage with GUITAR WOLF, PUFFY AMI YUMI, SHONEN KNIFE,
THE 5.6.7.8's, LOLITA No18, REVEREND BEAT-MAN, BOB LOG III, CHRISTEENE and many others.
 They released their 1st album "LOVE AND PUKE" in June 2017, 2nd album "PINK GUTS" in June 2018, 3rd album "SUNGLASSES SAMURAI" in May 2019, 4th Album "PANDEMIC SUPLEX" in August 2020, and A.I. in June 0f 2021.




The Wind-Ups
-from California
-Remember when Trump hadn't quite yet leveled up to leading full-blown insurrections and simply stuck to things like suggesting that drinking bleach might cure Covid? Yeah, those were the days when you could still laugh it off like you would when your drunk uncle made a fool of himself again at a family gathering where nobody wants to be around him after 7pm.

Anyway, drinking bleach isn't a good idea. Here to remind you of that little nugget of wisdom is Northern California's The Wind-Ups with their video for the song 'Drinking Bleach,' which you can check out below. Clocking in at just under 80 seconds, 'Drinking Bleach' is a lo-fi scorcher so dirty that even a gallon of the titular fluid couldn't clean it.

Born out of Covid boredom and armed with a freshly acquired TASCAM 388, the fully realized bedroom project of Jake Sprecher (Terry Malts, Smokescreens, Jonathan Richman) comes out swinging on debut EP 'Try Not To Think' with a burst of lo-fi punk rock n' roll that veteran Infrasonic mastering tech Dave Gardner (Black Lips, King Khan) calls "one of the loudest records [he's] ever worked on." It might remind you of The Saints, The Ramones or The Spits, but if you listen a little longer, you're sure to pick up on an unabashed power pop backbone that sources influence from the Modern Lovers, Paul Collins' Beat, The Shoes, and so on.