Karl Blau ~ Atmospheric Streams

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets. Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 7:45 PMKarl BlauKarl Blau is an American indie rock and country vocalist, producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but originally from Anacortes, Washington. A member of the Knw-Yr-Own/K Records collective, he is known for his musical output, live shows, and self recording and distribution. Blau incorporates elements of folk, dub, R&B, bossa nova, grunge, hip hop, drone, country, & worldbeat.https://www.karlblau.com/Atmospheric StreamsWith a new sound clearly apparent following lineup changes and an evolving songwriting approach, Atmospheric Streams is the latest iteration of Britt Thomas and her group (formerly Britt Thomas and the Breaker Boys). Combining dream-inspired lyrics, a new appreciation for technical chord and rhythmic choices, and a collaborative group ethos, the new album Looking Sideways is a romp through psychedelia, rock and world music-inspired compositions. Backed up by drummer Danny Albi, guitarist Todd Faustnacht, keyboardist Jeff Gregorio, and bassist Aaron Jollay, Atmospheric Streams crafts mystery and elation into their songs with a nod to Echoes-era Pink Floyd, early Fairport Convention, and the Velvet Underground’s Loaded. Experimentation and technicality are focus points on the new album, and you can hear a certain Krautrock influence on tunes like “Walls” and “Looking Sideways” ‒ inspired in part by Britt’s birthplace of Frankfurt, Germany, where she spent portions of her childhood. The vocal harmonies on songs like “Edge of a Dream,” and, “Thought Sound Vibration,” allude to the styles of Grace Slick and Jefferson Airplane, Neko Case, and Fairport Convention. https://atmosphericstreams.bandcamp.com/album/looking-sideways

Shop Talk ~ Civil Rats ~ Membrains

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets. Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PMShop Talk“NYC punk that sounds like it was transported from another dimension. Anthemic and addictive, but dark and dreary, like London and pre-hardcore L.A. mingling somewhere mysterious. The psychobilly tinges and warbly vocals really solidify SHOP TALK as a band who sound like…SHOP TALK. Which is a feat in itself, but they’re also really fukkn good at it.” —Maximum Rocknrollhttps://shoptalk.bandcamp.com/album/the-offering-ep-2Civil Ratshttps://thecivilrats.bandcamp.com/album/your-dummest-friendsMembrains

almost! ~ Nicole Saphos Band ~ Sovei

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets. Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PMalmost!almost! is almost everything. Incorporating elements of indie rock, latin, rnb, funk, grunge and punk into one unique sound, almost! will make you feel all your feelings before letting you rage and dance it out. Formed in 2023, the project is led by touring vet Matt Salazar and four of his closest musical partners. The band is in the midst of releasing a new live performance video on YouTube every two weeks for the summer of 2024. https://www.youtube.com/@almostphlNicole Saphos BandOperating in the Fiona Apple / Dirty Projectors sphere of the alternative music spectrum, the Nicole Saphos Band is known for their harmonically bold and rhythmically driven original music. The LA-native, Philadelphia based artists’ latest album ‘Figure Eights’ centers around Nicole’s lifelong propensity for patterns. Sinusoidal Music describes it as feeling “…much like a Wes Anderson movie, full of character, color, and charm rooted in bittersweet feelings.”https://nicolesaphosband.com/SoveiSinger-songwriter based in Philly.https://www.instagram.com/iamsovei/

Cat in the Wall ~ Klark Sound

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets.Doors: 7PMShow: 7:30PMCat in the WallCat in the Wall is a Philly based Alternative Rock Fusion band that has been playing together and releasing music consistently since they met in 2013. Pat, Jon, and the two Kyle’s quickly became best friends, bonding over It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Foo Fighters. As they got older and their music tastes broadened, Cat in the Wall started to incorporate elements of jazz, funk, and indie rock into their music. Over the years, Cat in the Wall has released two EPs, two singles, and their debut album, Now You’re Talkin’ My Language, which came out in March of 2020.https://catinthewall.bandcamp.com/Klark SoundClark Hamilton is a sensitive musician with extraordinary ability. His arrangements often capture a feeling of pastoral nostalgia. With an arsenal of diverse instrumentation, he wields a dense palette of sounds, emoting with a both a pure simplicity of heart and also an articulate complexity of contrasting rhythmic interludes and soundpieces. Clark is one of those unique masters of their craft, a persistent and unrelenting student who constantly surprises and beguiles the listener with a seemingly endless bag of tricks. Yet the tricks are without gimmick, and through the illusion that is the art of music, a genuine joy and selflessness shines through.https://www.klark.life/  

Great Good Fine Ok

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry* 7 PM – Doors8 PM – Show GREAT GOOD FINE OK

Thank You, I’m Sorry

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets. Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PMThank You, I’m SorryAnxiety is the first word sung on Thank You, I’m Sorry’s first album. Back then it was just vocalist Lleen Dow’s (they/them) voice and an acoustic, but three years and a full band, another album and several heart-rending singles later it’s still on their mind. Anxiety never really goes away, but you can learn to cope and how to enjoy everything else. The respites, the joy, the excitement when anxiety takes a backseat. Thank You, I’m Sorry is growing, leaming, indulging, experimenting and figuring it out. Together. Thank You, I’m Sorry came together as a band to flesh out quiet, lonely songs Lleen built on their own, and they haven’t stopped exploring and expanding their sound since. Bee Schreiner’s (they/them) basslines effortlessly pull songs forward, knowing just when to nudge the band to avoid getting caught in an anxiety spiral. The drums from Sage Livergood (they/them) bring everything together, constantly keeping pace while poking out into fills that feel like they could shatter apart at any moment, yet always finding their way back. Abe Anderson’s (he/him) and Lleen’s guitar lines intertwine and bounce, refusing to sit still anywhere long enough to get bored. Thank You, I’m Sorry find ways to piece together parts that feel impossible to pin down or coalesce, making something beautiful and catchy that will bounce around your head for weeks.Website / IG / TikTok

gloss ~ rachel reale ~ eliora

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets. Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PMglossGloss, a Philadelphia-based pop fusion band formed in 2019, comprises the dynamic talents of Isabella Amada (bass), Corinne Kite-Dean (guitar), Mollie Schechter (drums), and Sophia Grosshauser (vocals/keys/aux percussion). Emerging from a desire to address the gender gap in music at the University of the Arts, Mollie and Sophia initiated the formation in 2019. Drawing influences from jazz, synth pop, funk, Latin, and more, Gloss’s sound defies easy categorization. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Gloss persisted in creating music, releasing their first EP with remote collaborations. Their momentum accelerated after landing notable gigs, including opening for Pom Pom Squad and Fleece. The band’s second EP, “Are You Okay?,” sold out its release show in less than a week, marking a significant milestone. With a growing fan base and a commitment to reinventing their discography, Gloss signed with management, Elton Audio, in 2023, signaling a new era of dedication and creativity for the band.https://glossbandofficial.bandcamp.com/Rachel Realehttps://rachelreale.bandcamp.com/Eliorahttps://eliora.bandcamp.com/

Harvey Street Collective ~ The Carraways ~ Bren

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets. Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PMHarvey Street CollectiveFormed in the summer of 2021, Harvey Street Collective has quickly become a staple in the Raleigh music scene. Through original songs that have become local favorites such as “Irish Goodbye” and “Betty”, as well as a handful of sold out shows playing with the likes of The Futurebirds, The Stews, Susto and many more, they have created a sound that resonates with music goers all over the state. With their debut EP “Gone for a While,” Harvey Street Co is expanding further on the discography and fan base that they’ve been developing over the past year.https://open.spotify.com/artist/3frExpZk1LFeN2oamttw0d?si=0hfoovVhQcuQANvd-uUn0ghttps://www.instagram.com/harveystreetco/?hl=enhttps://harveystreet.co/The CarrawaysThe Carraways are a new indie rock unit out of Philadelphia PA with intent to rock your socks off with reckless abandon. With a singular focus on catchy songwriting and dance-inducing instrumentals, they pride themselves on a tight and energetic live show, and a sincere message of vulnerability and love for music. Fall 2024 will bring a full length Carraways project consisting of the original music written in their first year together.https://open.spotify.com/artist/6rZgj9zxhFmX5JUv6SLkH5?si=Ed8lkfXnRFKD_Sfp9IoihgBrenBren is a freshly Philly-based singer/songwriter writing cathartic pop tunes from a punk heart. Having moved over 10 times in her life, dropped out of college, ended and started new relationships, Bren knows a thing or two about unexpected change. Breaking through self-doubt is a common theme throughout her writing. Distilling influences ranging from Elliott Smith to Mitski to the Pixies, Bren’s music shares familiar sentiments of vulnerability and introspection, serving as your companion for feelings you may not have even realized you had. https://www.instagram.com/whatthebrenhttps://www.tiktok.com/@whatthebrenhttps://www.facebook.com/whatthebren

Y-Not Radio 14th Anniversary: Lauran Hibberd ~ Harlee Torres

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets. Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 8:00 PMY-NOT RADIO 14th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONLauran HibberdLife, as Ronan Keating famously once sang, is a rollercoaster – you’ve just got to ride it. Over the last 12 months, Lauran Hibberd has been strapped into a journey resembling hurtling along a loop-the-looping track, being thrown up to dizzying highs before plummeting to life-changing lows and back again. In August 2022, as her hook-filled triumph of a debut album ‘Garageband Superstar’ was soaring into the UK Top 40, she was grieving for her father, who’d died in the weeks ahead of the release. “A lot of stuff happened to me around that time – I lost my dad, I went through my first big break-up, I was living on my own for the first time,” she reflects now. It would have made sense if this intense period of grief, change and adaptation had left the 26-year-old needing to hit pause and focus on something other than music for a moment. Writing, though, became a way for her to deal with and continue processing the things she was going through. As she re-entered sessions in the studio, her second album ‘Girlfriend Material’ “just fell out” of her. “It felt like it needed to happen. I felt so much freer and a bit more capable of writing about certain topics than I did before,” she reasons. “It’s like, for the first album, someone sent me to Spain without me knowing any Spanish, and I’ve been like, ‘I’ll figure it out’. This time, I’ve had a year of learning Spanish, and I can ask for the time.” Now more confident and comfortable in the language of songwriting, the new album takes the foundations Hibberd started laying on ‘Garageband Superstar’ and builds them up several accomplished storeys. The tongue-in-cheek humour that won her praise from the likes of DIY, NME, Rolling Stone UK, Kerrang!, Radio 1 and more is still present, but it’s joined by new layers of nuance and candidness – think songs that can make you laugh, cry and feel less alone, all within under four minutes. Sonically, too, she’s entering new ground, bringing together forever influences like Avril Lavigne, Weezer and Green Day with the likes of Olivia Rodrigo, Liz Phair and Taylor Swift. https://www.lauranhibberd.com/Harlee TorresHarlee Torres is a bassist and songwriter based in Philadelphia and New York. After debuting with her 70’s disco jam ‘Call Me Again,’ Harlee followed up with ‘Passerby,’ a breezier, indie soul track that takes inspiration from the likes of Sade and Portishead. While she experiments with different genres upon each release, Harlee infuses each tune with Latin percussion, groovy basslines, eccentric harmonies, and introspective lyricism.https://linktr.ee/harleetorres

Ringo Deathstarr

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry* 7 PM – Doors8 PM – Show RINGO DEATHSTARRRingo Deathstarr, a musical trio from Austin, TX, have been putting out records since 2007. Consisting of Elliott Frazier (guitar, vocals), Alex Gehring (bass, vocals), and Daniel Coborn (drums, vocals), their sound is born from a love of melody, a love of guitar, and a hatred of pompous vocals. The VeldtNina Simone with distortion, Feedback Reverb.https://theveldtmusic.bandcamp.com/album/illuminated-1989SOLDSOLD is a 4-piece band from Philadelphia.https://soldusa.bandcamp.com/album/a-new-wind  

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