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Thursday July 11 2024
  8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
•••  21 AND OVER
$13 in advance / $15 at the door
Flaco El Jandro
 rockmantica cumbia indiepop
Valley Wolf
 funk latin cumbia psychedelic
Lizzy Al Toque
  from the Chulita Vinyl Club

Flaco El Jandro
-from Salinas, CA
-Flaco El Jandro is a Chicano songwriter/musician from Salinas, CA. His music can best be described as a blend of diverse latin rhythms with an indie pop aesthetic, a perfect balance of traditional and contemporary. He's performed all all around the country and internationally. Flaco El Jandro’s aspiration is to bring his music and message to every soul that is willing and able to listen.

Valley Wolf
-from Modesto, CA
-Valley Wolf is a Latin-Psychedelic band from Modesto, CA. Blending psych rock, soul, cumbia, and quebradita rhythms to make people connect to something primal within, creating a bouncy, pulsating sound that makes people want to dance. Their 2018 self-titled EP, recorded with E Arenas of Chicano Batman, lays down the vibes ahead of their first full-length LP releasing Summer 2024. Get down with the “puro pinchi pari” at a live show and experience the music the way it was meant to be. The band has built a loyal following through their infectious live shows that have earned them slots alongside acclaimed and established acts like Enjambre, Ramona, Son Rompe Pera, E Arenas, Brainstory, Tropa Mágica, and more.

Lizzy Al Toque
-from San Francisco, CA
-Lizzy al Toque is a Peruvian American vinyl selector & DJ based in the Bay Area. She digs in Peru’s hidden record shops and works hard to bring her audiences something they haven’t heard. Collecting vinyl since 2011, Lizzy al Toque’s sound is a tropical blend of chicha, cumbia, and Latin psych & surf rock. You'll find Lizzy spinning venues big and small in San Francisco and Oakland on her own and with vinyl collective Chulita Vinyl Club. Most recently, she participated in a two week artist’s residency in which she spun Peruvian vinyl throughout Brooklyn, collaborating with other selectors and collectors along the way.