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Drag Me Under 10 Year Anniversary

Drag Me Under 10 Year Anniversary

More Details TBA Doors 8PM / Music 8:30PM Always All-Ages

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Soft Kill, In Mirrors, Fearing

Soft Kill, In Mirrors, Fearing

Tickets On-Sale Now Portland, Oregon’s SOFT KILL, ripped through 2016 with their first release on Profound Lore Records ‘Choke’, the follow up to 2015’s ‘Heresy’ became the band’s most acclaimed LP to date and saw the band on a constant touring cycle in support of…

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Crywank (Final Tour) + Chastity

Crywank (Final Tour) + Chastity

*On-Sale Wednesday at 11AM Crywank was started in Manchester in 2009 by James Clayton as a solo project despite having no previous experience playing guitar. The project started the night Clayton learnt their first two chords and wrote their first two songs (Welcome to Castle…

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IAN SWEET, Peaer

IAN SWEET, Peaer

*Tickets On-Sale Friday at 10AM The nervy indie pop of IAN SWEET, while musically complex, is undeniably hooky. IAN SWEET has been the source of and solution to many of Jilian Medford’s deepest anxieties. But now, two years after her soul-bearing debut LP Shapeshifter, Medford…

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Horse Jumper of Love w/ Strange Ranger

Horse Jumper of Love w/ Strange Ranger

*Tickets On-Sale Now   Memory looms large on Horse Jumper of Love’s hypnotic sophomore album, ‘So Divine,’ but it remains elusive. Throughout the record, tiny snapshots from the past float to the surface, baring themselves for brief moments before diving back into the ether. Like…

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Mal Blum

Mal Blum

*Tickets On-Sale Now Dubbed “punk’s greatest hidden treasure” (Stereogum), Mal Blum writes cleverly crafted songs that are immediate, self-effacing, and viscerally relatable. Their latest project, Pity Boy, is an album that examines the patterns that recur over the course of our lives and what happens…

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Good Morning w/ Jasmine

Good Morning w/ Jasmine

*Tickets On-Sale Now Good Morning is the recording project of Stefan Blair and Liam Parsons. An experiment in blurring the lines that circle guitar pop, Good Morning are at once scrappy and melodic, cynical and silly, narrative and abstract: guitar music that’s distinctly contemporary and…

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AJJ, Xiu Xiu, Emperor X

AJJ, Xiu Xiu, Emperor X

*Tickets On-Sale Now AJJ frontman Sean Bonnette can summarize the band’s new album, Good Luck Everybody, in a single sentence: “Sonically, it’s our least punk record, and lyrically, it’s our most punk record.”  And indeed, Good Luck Everybody (January 17, 2020), the Arizona band’s seventh…

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Shopping w/ Automatic

Shopping w/ Automatic

They’re no longer based in the capital these days – guitarist Rachel Aggs (Trash Kit, Sacred Paws) has relocated to Glasgow, joining drummer Andrew Milk (Current Affairs), while bassist Billy Easter (Wet Dog) is now a semi-permanent resident of Los Angeles – but Shopping will…

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Woolworm, Skew Ring, Drag Me Under

Woolworm, Skew Ring, Drag Me Under

Birthed from Vancouver’s hardcore scene, Woolworm have perfected peppy pop songs that simultaneously bear the crushing weight of being alive. On the surface, the music falls somewhere between vintage indie-pop like the Chameleons and fuzzed-out stadium alt-rock like the Smashing Pumpkins, but every once in…

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