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Saturday September 2 2023
  8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
$13 in advance / $15 at the door
Lofi Legs
 post-punk rock & roll
High Horse
 bedroom rock  lounge surf
 lofi synthpop funk hip-hop jazz fusion

Lofi Legs
-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, Strummer Millward on bass and Fabrizio incerti on drums forming a rock quartet.

Lofi Legs’ sound proceeds from the gentle folk-pop of streaming hit “Dreamin” while preserving its sonic roots in the fertile San Francisco garage scene that spawned the young foursome. In this world, John Dwyer is the father, Ty Segall is the son, Deerhoof is the holy ghost, and Toro Y Moi is a smiling benevolent den mother.

Lofi Legs is aiming to be to the SF garage scene what Green Day was to East Bay punk: chart infiltrators who will stay true to their roots no matter how far from their home turf they stray. Leg Day is better than Christmas Eve, because Leg Day is forever.

High Horse
-from San Francisco, CA
-High Horse is a San Francisco band playing surf adjacent, melodic post punk jangles.

-from Sacramento, CA
-"Livan Becerra is the spearhead of the musical lo-fi bedroom project Helladusty. He entices the world with his melodic intimacy, alluring grooves, and the ever-so-familiar notion of love lost in a digital generation. Established by the yearning to create scores for animation and television, Becerra soon realized that the real goal was something entirely different: it was the ability to assemble a world of melancholic soulfulness under the gaze of bedroom-pop." ~ Holly Alvarado for Luna Collective Magazine