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Wednesday May 22 2024
  8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
$15 in advance / $18 at the door
Red Rum Club
 brass infused indie pop rock
 indie punk
Bad Tiger
 indie rock

Red Rum Club
-from Liverpool, UK
-Formed in early 2016, Red Rum Club are a sextet from Liverpool, channelling 'Tarantino-esque' wild western vibes with the help of a solitary trumpet. Amongst the 80s Liverpool influence they deliver a modern twist of poetic yet catchy lyrics combined with melodies that blend to create the sound that is unmistakably, Red Rum Club.

Since forming, Red Rum Club have toured the UK extensively, booking every show themselves and adopting a strong DIY work ethic which has seen them build up an ever-expanding fanbase; a measure of their popularity is that they recently sold out the 02 Academy main room in Liverpool to 1200 fans! They also played all major spring/summer festivals including Sound-City, Isle of Wight, Tramlines, Liverpool International Music Festival, Truck- Fest and YNOT, plus an international showcase at Zandari Fest in Seoul, South Korea.

-from San Francisco, CA
-SF indie punk by Vincent, Jon David, Joe & Nina

Bad Tiger
-from San Francisco, CA
-Bad Tiger is a Bay Area-based band made up of
Yasi Lowy (vox/guitar),
David Garges (guitar/synth/vox),
Tyler Gholson (bass),
and Jacob Sherfield (Drums).

Bad Tiger was originally conceived in 2018, when Lowy moved to San Francisco with
the intention of starting a band. She began by composing songs for this imagined band,
And wrote what would eventually become Bad Tiger’s debut album, “The Goat and the
Bad Tiger” (2020), tracked and produced by Logan Stokes at Indie As studio in Albuquerque,
NM. Following this pandemic release, Lowy met with Mackenzie Bunch at Coyote Hearing
Studio to record and produce “Sanctuary” EP (Brace Cove, 2022).

Simultaneous to the "Sanctuary" release, Lowy joined forces with Tyler Gholson, Jacob
Sherfield, and David Garges, finally growing Bad Tiger into its original vision: a full band.
It's with this full form that Bad Tiger went into Bunch's new studio to record their forthcoming
album, “Bliss,” out 2/2/24.