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2  TICKETS FOR  9/14

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Thursday September 14 2023
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
$20 in advance / $25 at the door
or special 2-Pack offer: 2 tickets for $35

Mo Lowda & the Humble
 garage rock groove rock
Trash Panda
 psych grunge rock

Mo Lowda & the Humble
-from Philadelphia, PA
-Mo Lowda & the Humble are a self-produced indie rock band hailing from Philadelphia. The band just finished up their fourth LP, to be self-titled and released March 3, 2023 with five singles leading up. Since releasing their debut album in 2013, they’ve vastly expanded the sonic exploration of their recorded material whilst developing a dialed-in, yet energetic live show through persistent touring. In turn, they’ve built a ravenous and loyal following across the country, selling out clubs and theaters thr oughout the US each year. Mo Lowda’s upcoming self-titled album is their most versatile and ambitious work yet. It visits some previously uncharted sonic territory for the band, while still providing the thoughtful, creative songwriting their fans have grown to love. 

Trash Panda
-from Atlanta, GA
-Trash Panda began in 2015 as the pet recording project of songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist Patrick Taylor, expanding into a duo then a trio in 2016. Pulling influences as wide as neopsychedelia, soul, indie rock and pop music, the band considers themselves somewhat post-genre. Trash Panda’s early work tapped into both the perils of modern dating and the existential questions of dark nights of the soul. Their 2016 EP Offfeatures crowd-favorites “Aging Out of the 20thCentury” and “Check Please.” Trash Panda’s 2018 album The Starclimbermade a splash with tongue-in-cheek banger “Atlanta Girls” alongside the psychedelic groove of “Heartbreak Pulsar.” After the album the band went on hiatus and pursued other projects, emerging four years later in 2022 with several new members for a single, “Things Will Never Change,” which is quickly gaining attention, featured in its first week on Spotify's Indie Chillout and Modern Psychedelia playlists. In its first wave, only two years of frenzied creativity, the band made a regional splash touring small and mid-sized venues and during its four year hiatus reached a certain level global cult status, with passionate fans spanning the globe. Trash Panda plans to release its second full length album in 2023 coinciding with an extensive album support tour.