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Saturday August 5 2023
  8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
•••  21 AND OVER
$15 in advance / $20 at the door
Trixie Rasputin presents...
Silk Road Truckers
Alvie & the Breakfast Pigs
 garage rock blues punk
Cardboard People
 indie r&b electro funk soul punk
with special guests...
Star Sapphire
Cha Cha
Walkin' Love
 spinning tunes
Visuals by
White Light Prism

Silk Road Truckers
-from San Francisco, CA
-The Silk Road Truckers were born in the basement of a Haight St commune in 2015. Colton Shrier leads 5 partially housebroken mother truckers bringing feel good originals, psychedelic riffs, frontline style, and second to none stage presence.

Alvie & the Breakfast Pigs
-from San Francisco, CA
-Bursting with amplified energy and propelled by relentless momentum, Alvie & The Breakfast Pigs embody the raw essence of rock n' roll. They didn't set out to revolutionize the genre, but rather to serve the time-honored, high-octane melodies that defined generations. Their music, akin to the hearty satisfaction of burgers and fries, permeates the dive bars of San Francisco and fuels the city's insatiable appetite for rock.They are the rock band San Francisco deserves, echoing the city’s resilience and eclectic spirit.

In 2015, they traded the desert heat of Phoenix for the vibrant pulse of San Francisco, lured by the legendary music scene. Their arrival was a counterpoint to the exodus of artists fleeing the tech industry's encroachment and the soaring cost of living. Unfazed by the intimidating rents and steep prices, The Breakfast Pigs remained steadfast in their blue collar pursuit of their musical dreams.

Today, The Breakfast Pigs stand proud as one of the city's last bastions of rock, a testament to their resilience and unwavering passion. Their latest album, "Loud and Fast," released on July 31st, 2020, signifies a bold, exploratory stride in their musical journey. This dynamic two-single release finds them expanding their lyrical horizons, tackling wider societal issues beyond their personal experiences. Brimming with political discord, frenetic energy, and an undercurrent of wanderlust, it's a sonic expedition into the realm of imagination and a candid exploration of the contentious history of their country's southern border.

The Breakfast Pigs' signature sound has resonated across notable festivals, including South by Southwest in Austin, the Underground Music Showcase in Denver, and Balanced Breakfast in San Francisco. They've shared the limelight with esteemed acts such as The Down and Outlaws, The Dirty Few, No Small Children, Autonomics, Authority Zero, and The Yawpers.

Cardboard People
-from Berkeley, CA
-Cardboard People is not your average band - they're a group of multi-talented individuals who believe that music should be authentic, honest, and full of passion. Founded by producer Jim Greer and singer Yunoka Berry, the band draws inspiration from a diverse range of influences - from Prince and Stevie Wonder to Tyler the Creator and Kate Bush. With their debut album recently released to noticeable buzz, Cardboard People are quickly gaining recognition for their unique sound and infectious energy. The album features hit singles like "Still I Rise" and "Faster", as well as remixes with an EP of House music on the way. The band's commitment to musical open-mindedness is evident in their collaborations with diverse perspectives, creating a platform for anyone who genuinely likes their music. From their humble beginnings at Jim's recording studio in Berkeley to their current status as rising stars, Cardboard People's journey has been a testament to the power of music to unite people from all walks of life. With plans to play shows as often as possible, this band is one to watch in the world of modern pop music. So, get ready to groove to the beats of Cardboard People - your new favorite band.

Visuals by White Light Prism
-from San Francisco, CA
-White Light Prism is the project of Matt Robeson Martin offering Neo-Psychedelic film & live concert video projections White Light Prism is deeply embedded in the San Francisco Bay Area music scene, his work is characterized by brilliantly psychedelic and rhythmic imagery and the creative and imaginative use of multi-layered archival footage arranged in a post modern sense. He has directed and edited over 27 music videos and has done hundreds of shows working with over 275 musical artists in North America. Specializing in a true meeting of sound and vision, he helps clients create exactly what they envision, as well as having great communication with clients and collaborators. A lifelong student of the mystery school teachings and symbolism with a Masters degree in Transformative psychology, there is a transformative aspect to his work that audiences appreciate him for. Matt is also the Musical director of California Raga Association, a Musical/Visual Art project based in the San Francisco Bay Area.