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Why Bonnie

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 8:00 PM Why Bonnie90 in November, the first full-length LP from Texas quintet Why Bonnie, crashes into existence with a squeal of feedback and a burst of distorted guitar. It’s a dynamic introduction to a more raw-edged indie sound from a band who have matured from bedroom dream pop into a sophisticated rock act, their evolving sound a reflection of the journey undertaken by songwriter Blair Howertohttps://www.whybonnie.com/

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. https://www.instagram.com/bearshavehearts/?hl=enhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/7qC8YPnilF4kzTxsyG7Nv6https://bearshavehearts.wixsite.com/bhh1I 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.comhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/3e4KoDe7HPmD0tax4rbUoxEarth 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.https://www.facebook.com/earthchildfolk

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!https://vickyfarewell.bandcamp.com/album/sweet-companyJared 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.http://www.mattson2.com/ 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.https://linktr.ee/Arcydrive 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.https://tiogatheband.bandcamp.com/BEECH 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.https://open.spotify.com/album/1kF0ioCHuSyBZXPiJphFRx?referral=labelaffiliate&utm_source=1011ljbynxUQ&utm_medium=Indie_Distrokid&utm_campaign=labelaffiliate

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

Quarters of Change ~ Frend

QUARTERS OF CHANGEQuarters of Change is the Lower-East-Side quartet leading the charge on New York City’s rock resurgence, and redefining what it means to be a rock star. You may have recently discovered them as the end credit performers on Netflix’s acclaimed “RACE” docu-series, but their origins go back much farther.Composed of Ben Acker, Attila Anrather, Jasper Harris, and Ben Roter, Quarters of Change started in 2017 as a high school cover band, performing iconic rock songs of the 90s and 00s. It wasn’t until their junior year that they began writing original material, pulling influence from groups like The Strokes and Rage Against The Machine, and creating their own original sound. Within a year, the band had signed a deal with Warner/300 Entertainment, released streaming favorites like “Kiwi,” and played sold out shows at renown venues like Bowery Ballroom and Webster Hall.Now, armed with a record deal and an undeniable slew of songs, Quarters of Change is poised to be alternative rock’s next big thing. Keep an eye out for their self-written debut LP, Into The Rift, with contributions from legendary producer Tom Lord-Alge, coming Spring 2022.https://quartersofchange.com/FRENDPost-hardcore heartbreak.  Melodically screaming about hard feelings over angular hooks and heavy grunge.  Its v cathartic for everyone involved.https://frendtheband.bandcamp.com/

Brittany Ann Tranbaugh (EP Release) ~ Emily Drinker

BRITTANY ANN TRANBAUGH (QUARTER LIFE CRISIS RELEASE SHOW)Brittany Ann Tranbaugh (pronounced TRAN-baw) is an award-winning singer/songwriter based in Philadelphia, PA. Originally from the Lehigh Valley area in PA, she kicked off her music career as a teenager playing at Godfrey Daniel’s, one of the country’s only remaining bona fide folk listening rooms. She has since performed all over the US and Canada in theaters, living rooms, basements, bars, coffee shops, backyards, and on festival stages including Firefly and Philly Folk Fest. You can expect to hear a new EP produced by Jackson Emmer and entitled “Quarter Life Crisis Haircut” in April 2022. In this new batch of memorable and thoughtfully crafted songs, she tackles a wide range of topics including her sixth grade queer awakening, an awkward run-in with an old acquaintance, and the impossibility of true folk music authenticity in this day and age. At times witty and sarcastic, at other times heartbreaking and raw, the EP undoubtedly showcases Tranbaugh’s finest work to date.EMILY DRINKEREmily Drinker blends folk, pop, and rock with a kickass backing band and soulful 3-part harmonies through live looping. Emily has been featured by NPR Music, played at Firefly Music Festival, and toured in Colombia and around the United States. In 2020 and 2021, she hosted a livestream series called Every Cent Concerts to support local artists during the pandemic. In addition to her busy performance schedule in Philly and its surrounding areas, Emily also does some work as a session vocalist. A song she co-wrote and sings on has been played several times on CBS’ The Young and the Restless. In 2022 Emily will release a new album.

*CANCELLED* Se So Neon at First Unitarian Church

SE SO NEONSE SO NEON is a Korean band formed in Seoul in 2016. The band consists of Hwang Soyoon (vocals/guitar), Usu (drums) and Park Hyunjin (bass). They have explored their own brand of lo-fi and vintage sound ever since, with a wide spectrum of musical influences varying from blues, psychedelic rock to new wave and synth pop, all together forming an identity specific to SE SO NEON.Formed in Seoul, Korea in 2016, they debuted with the single [A Long Dream] in June 2017, and released the EP [Summer Plummage] in October of the same year, quickly becoming Korea’s leading indie music band after a year. They spent the best debut year by winning the Korean Popular Music Awards ‘Rookie of the Year’ and ‘Best Rock Song of The Year’, SE SO NEON began to make a name for themselves as they received great attention of various media. Also being invited to multiple international festivals in countries including the United States, Canada, Germany, and Taiwan, their potential not only in Korea but also on the world stage has begun to be recognized.After that, SE SO NEON, who continued to perform and appear in the media, proved their popularity once again by selling out 2,000 seats in 1 second after tickets were on sale at their solo concert [2020/NEON] in December 2019. In 2020, they were selected as a global artist of the global guitar brand Fender, and released their second EP [Nonadaptation] and single [NAN CHUN], and were selected as “Pitchfork The 35 Best Rock Albums of 2020” by the American music media Pitchfork and as “The 40 Best Rock Albums of 2020” by Paste Magazine. Since the release of the single [Jayu] in 2021, they have been consistently receiving popular acclaim both at home and abroad, and have recently been selected as the only Korean team in YouTube Music’s global artist development program “2021 Foundry” and is continuing their global activities.