Christiana Benton ~ The Lunar Year ~ Soft Idiot

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PMCHRISTIANA BENTONChristiana Benton is based out of Philadelphia, PA. Her touring and studio bands have featured a rotation of friends-turned-collaborators under the pseudonym “The Still, Small Voice.” Her debut full-length release, “Better Late Than Never”, was released in October 2022. THE LUNAR YEARThe Lunar Year is an art rock band based out of Philadelphia, PA. The group is led by front person Katie Hackett. Their album “Herodias” was released June 2017. The record includes single “Porcelain” which gained them a cult following, television placement and international features/radio play.“The frontwoman of the folk/rock band The Lunar Year has the kind of vocal chops that push the music into ponderous places, letting it soar and crack at just the right moments. The lyrics, too, seem to well up from somewhere deep. The new album is Herodias and it’s worth your time.” -Philadelphia Magazine SOFT IDIOTsoft idiot is a music project in philadelphia. folk fuzz rock bzzzzzzz justin makes the albums and then mike eric and david play the songs live 

Jacob Daley ~ go4broke ~ Jack Iris

**All shows 21+—valid ID required**Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 7:30 PMJACOB DALEYeverything’s in scaffoldingSpotifyGO4BROKEmy brain’s fried, i don’t wanna go outside. JACK IRIS…stuck in psychosis. philly psych pop. 

Walter Etc. ~ Loose Buttons ~ Michael Poggioli

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PM Walter Etc.Walter Etc. is the brainchild of Dustin Cole Hayes, who has been creating music (originally as Walter Mitty and His Makeshift Orchestra ), writing, videos, and art for over a decade. Based in Ventura, CA he co – runs the label and art collective Making New Enemies with Milk Flud , and has worked alongside Jeff Rosenstock and Ian Farmer ( Slaughter Beach, Dog / Modern Baseball ) in the studio. W alter’s newest album “There There” (self – released via Making New Enemies, May 2021) showcases the band’s return to a home – recorded and self – produced approach. With a revolving door of band members and a foray into different genres, it is Hayes’s gift for lyricism and DIY ethos that holds all of his projects together in one cohesive canon.Bandcamp | Instagram | SpotifyLoose ButtonsBandcamp | Instagram | Spotify Michael PoggioliBandcamp

Palm Ghosts ~ Marcus Hook ~ Sick Panda

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PMPalm GhostsThe sound of an 80s prom in a war zone…located in the dead heart of country music, Nashville, TN.    “Palm Ghosts is a heat seeking missile for early alternative rock fans “ – SPIN Magazine“Dance Music for an age of Chaos” – Nashville Scene“If ever there was a need for some good dystopian pop, 2021 is the year. And thankfully Palm Ghosts heard the call.” – Associated said the track Blind is: “A gorgeous, tribal-infused track with equal hints of Peter Gabriel, The Teardrop Explodes, and Gang of Four.”“Made in the USA during the 2020 quarantine Lifeboat Candidate has antecedents in Peter Gabriel’s third 1980 solo album, The Cure’s Three Imaginary Boys and the early I Will Follow/11 O’clock Tick Tock-era U2 but filtered through a modern American sensibility to reflect on the worries and horrors of the modern world.” – We Are Cult UKManchester’s Analogue Trash describes Palm Ghosts as: “Achingly beautiful, fragile and majestic music. An intoxicating mix of Shoegaze and Dream pop, taking from the 80’s but not in debt to it.” HookAural transmissions from a former funeral home in South Philly Sick Panda

fly by midnight ~ Anthony Russo ~ Hariz

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Bears Have Hearts ~ I Love Annie ~ Earth Child

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PMBears Have HeartsBears Have Hearts is an alternative rock band from Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Principal songwriters/guitarists Andy Liaskos and Sean “Gator” Farren use their influences  from classic rock, punk, and 90s alternative to create a cohesive blend of contemporary  post rock alternative music. Bears Have Hearts is a collaborative effort at it’s core and  their music displays a fondness for indie rock and other related sub-genres. Singer Alex Hawkins  has a voice that is both familiar and all together new. Childhood friends Matt Nice and Ash Hicks round out the lineup on drums and bass respectively, and bring a thunderous rhythm to the bands driving melodies and soaring vocals. Love AnnieI Love Annie is an Indie rock project based in Phoenixville, PA. Florida man Nate Fitzgerald has joined forces with PA native Declan Fischer, to write music with a vintage feel and a modern twist. With the help of drum man extraordinaire Chase Pendleton, and lead guitarist Will McElwee, I Love Annie becomes a four-piece rock n’ roll powerhousehttps://www.iloveannie.com ChildEarth Child is a four piece rock outfit from the philadelphia suburbs with Louis Mocke on the drums, Erin McCone on bass, Ethan Beckman on lead guitar and Sarah McLaughlin on vocals and guitar.

Vicky Farewell ~ Jared Mattson ~ Catherine Moan

**All shows 21+—valid ID required**Doors: 7 PMShow: 7:30 PMVicky FarewellRecord producer and artist. Thanks for droppin in! MattsonAs the pandemic wrecking ball drama loomed over the music industry, amidst the covid lockdowns and consumed jaunt as a twin assemblage Mattson 2, Jared took to developing his own solo compositions in his casita in the hills of San Diego with drum machines, synths, a P-Bass, and his Stratocaster inspired by the newfound domestic solitude and necessity to keep busy at his work in order to stay alive. What resulted is a tape saturated, bizarre blend of psychedelic guitar, reggae induced city pop. Catherine MoanCatherine Moan is an electronic synth pop project from Philadelphia, PA, blending vintage 80’s sounds with contemporary pop aesthetics.SPOTIFYINSTAGRAMFACEBOOKLINKTREEYOUTUBE

Arcy Drive ~ TIOGA ~ Beech Dream

**All events 21+ — valid ID required for entry**Doors: 7:00 pmShow: 7:30 pmARCY DRIVEWith time to kill and a shed to jam in, Arcy Drive came to life in the small sandy town of Northport, New York. Whether it’s playing for their local dive bars or grooving and boozing on the beach with their buds, these four childhood friends love sharing their tunes to anyone that’ll listen. Learning as they go, the band embraces their rawness and infancy in the music industry. Arcy Drive has no plans of slowing down, croozing with high hopes and open road ahead of them. TIOGACultivated in the eternal city of Brotherly Love, TIOGA creates music that sounds like if Jack Antonoff and Brandon Flowers went to a karaoke bar and sang Talking Heads songs until they got kicked out and then mumbled David Bowie songs to themselves on the walk home. The group marries their meaningful lyricism and endearing style of alternative indie with a hearty bass and danceable synth-pop sound. Their homebase now extends beyond the confines of Philadelphia, and as far as the Big Apple. DREAM Indie Soul Folk band from the suburbs of Philadelphia. With pulsing rhythm based instruments, contemporary flowing melodies to make your soul sway. Influenced by urban culture, and the need for resolution in love, affection and anxiety.

The Palms at Kung Fu Necktie

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*7 PM Doors7:30 PM ShowTHE PALMSStarted in Los Angeles, CA in 2015, The Palms have become a formidable player in today’s Independent musical landscape. With an underground modern day classic in “Push Off,” as well as an ever growing and beloved fan base and catalogue, they’ve generated 100’s of millions of streams across the globe, all while retaining 100% ownership, independence and remaining loyal to their DIY ethos. 
 “The Palms have shifted toward creating music that is as catchy as pop, yet melded with poignant elements of blues, hip-hop, rock, and reggae. Rothbard’s distinct vocals also invite the listener into each track, allowing the duo’s intended messages to come through while simultaneously leaving space for individual interpretations.” – Interview Magazine