**All shows 21+—valid ID required**Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 7:30 PMBENZBENZ’s music is described as Soul-fed Pop. Her favorite music genres are Pop, R&B, and Soul from singers such as Christina Aguilera, Aretha Franklin, and more modern artists like Khalid and Halsey. 

Urban Heat ~ House of Harm

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Bad luck 13 ~ Wolves attack ~ HELLRAD ~ Blasphemous ~ All The Damn Vampires

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The Criticals ~ The Backfires ~ Moonroof

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 6:30 PM Show: 7:30 PMThe Criticals The Criticals are a Nashville based rock band formed by Parker Forbes and Cole Shugart. In the November 2019, they released their first EP, “Mimosa Hygiene”. In 2020, when covid hit, the band focused on writing, recording and releasing music and music videos. Their sophomore EP, “Sour Grapes” was released in October 2020. In addition to the organic traction on Spotify, along with their music videos, the band built a loyal and growing audience eager to see them live.   The BackfiresA rock band from both sides of the Atlantic.  

The Roaring Shell ~ CJ Mills ~ Sco

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Chrystabell ~ Evil Sword

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*7 PM Doors7:30 PM MusicCHRYSTABELLRecording artist, actress and muse to director David Lynch, ethereal songstress Chrystabell has headlined sold-out tours across the globe over the last decade, while releasing five critically-acclaimed albums. A captivating presence both on record and onstage, her hypnotically seductive voice and striking visual presentation have won her an ever expanding army of devoted fans.  A starring role as FBI agent Tammy Peterson in Lynch’s 2017 revival of Twin Peaks only served to confirm the scope of her considerable talents. Time Magazine called it “the show of the decade.” Her fifth studio album Midnight Star finds her ambitions soaring, with the songs crafting a riveting and conceptual narrative around humanity’s harrowing, failing relationship with this planet Earth. The guitars and drums have also been replaced by synths (a highlight is her astonishing cover of the Psychedelic Furs classic “Love My Way”), marking a fascinating shift in her creative vision – and making for a truly unparalleled modern pop record. SWORDBetween life and death, laughter and slaughter, you’ll find EvilSword. Vocalist Kate Ferencz and bassist Ben Furgal carve out ashadowy world of percussive horrors. Bells and idyllic whistles givebirth to otherworldly squeals and squawks. Will you scream in terroror dance in delight as the world burns?

Karl Blau ~ Night Palace ~ Beach Fuzz

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*7 PM Doors7:30 PM ShowKARL BLAUKarl Blau is an American indie rock and country vocalist, producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist based in Philadelphia, PA, 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. PALACENight Palace’s debut record Diving Rings is a shocking alchemy: aching nostalgia meets frothy anticipation of what’s beyond the garden wall. Tantalizing pop melodies take wing with lush instrumentation, a bed for Draut’s intimate and softly shimmering vocals. It’s hard to believe the album is not a soundtrack to . . . something. You find yourself picturing it: a moonlit-gilded diorama of songwriter Avery Draut’s dreams and memories.  Growing up, Draut would wake to her dad blasting Court and Spark or Nilsson Schmilsson as he danced around the living room, riling the dogs. At school in Athens, Georgia she studied classical voice. Burned out after five years of fruitful but intensive opera performance, she found a Magic Genie™ organ at the thrift store and sat down, for the first time, to write songs of her own.  In 2016, Draut moved to New York. She maintained her connection to Athens, watering roots in two artistic ecosystems. Her songs would fall into place on long solo drives down the east coast in her grandma’s old Buick.  The songs on Diving Rings might be found on a playlist among Broadcast, Alvvays, Vashti Bunyan, and Mort Garson’s Plantasia. FUZZBeach Fuzz is the Philadelphia-based collective work of Ross Aronow (Vox, Guitar), John Crane (Drums), Jack Dratch (Keys), Eric Juelke (Guitar), and Jack Venneri (Bass). Their sound is a fusion of indie pop, psych-rock, surf rock, and classic rock. 
 In 2017, five high schoolers came together to jam and share their song ideas. After a self-titled EP and a taste of the Philly DIY scene, the guys spent most of 2018 polishing their sound, culminating in the release of their debut LP, “Casual Encounters.” The album established their presence in the college circuit, playing basement shows all across the city. They gained a reputation for high energy performances, crowd engagement, and an unmatched sticker game. 
 Following the release of “Talking by the River,” the pandemic, as well as an unexpected boost in online followers, encouraged the band to experiment with remote recording. Months of video calls and file sharing led to the release of two EPs, “Holding On” and “Losing Touch.” 
 Let’s Rock.

**CANCELED** Glassio ~ Party Nails ~ Sulene

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*7 PM Doors7:30 PM ShowGLASSIOGlassio is the Dream-Pop/Alt-Dance project of Irish-Iranian singer, songwriter and producer Sam R. Over the past 5 years, Glassio has carved a unique world and sound out of the electronic music scene in Brooklyn, oftentimes meshing influences from folk, early house, and new wave with lush harmonies and wistful melodies. His music has been described as “a record Crosby, Stills and Nash would have possibly made had they spent a Summer in Ibiza in 1987 on Ecstasy.” PARTY NAILS Party Nails is the raucous alt-pop songstress Elana Carroll. Her music draws comparisons to Robyn, Madonna and Hayley Williams, and has been covered by Billboard, Noisey, American Songwriter and featured in television and film. On tour she performs with just one other musician on stage, the equally captivating and energetic drummer Anna Crane (known professionally as simply “Crane”). Together they rip up the stage and invite you to dance, sweat, and maybe even shed a (cathartic) tear. Listen to Party Nails’ second album, You Don’t Have To Go Home But You Can’t Stay Here, self released in the quarantine of 2020, on Spotify now. SULENESulene (South African raised/Brooklyn resident) is releasing 4th EP ‘In the Style of David Lynch’ this spring and previously featured on tracks throughout 2021 with John The Ghost and RAC. Sulene’s recent EP’s ‘hedonic’ and ‘Strange’ have landed Spotify editorial playlists as New Music Friday (USA, South Africa, UK, Portugal), Indie Pop, Fresh Finds and SAlt. “We Go Hard” is a worthy glimpse into the upcoming self-produced EP that fuses industrial indie music and dance indie pop, featured music video on rotation for 8 weeks on MTV’s Spankin’ New and MTV LIVE. Sulene moved to America to pursue touring as the multi-instrumentalist for Nate Ruess of Fun. and LPX. Since then Sulene’s solo music has been celebrated by outlets such as Billboard, Daily Motion, BrooklynVegan, Atwood Magazine and AudioFemme. Sulene is endorsed by Fender, Sequential and Lomography. 

Liam Kazar ~ Good Things Take Time at Silk City

*Proof of Covid-19 vaccination required for entry* *Attendees are encouraged to wear masks while not actively drinking* LIAM KAZARLiam Kazar makes joyful rock songs so irresistible they feel timeless. Just ask Jeff Tweedy. “I love everything about Liam. His voice, his songs, the way he plays instruments, his smile, his cooking… Everything,” says Tweedy. ”Whenever I hear one of his songs for the first time I almost immediately start thinking to myself, ‘oh yeah! This song! I love this song.’ It’s a magic trick very few people can pull off: making something brand new sound like a cherished memory.” But on Kazar’s debut album Due North, out August 6 via Mare Records, the LP’s 10 tracks are full of so much charm, wit, and heart it can’t be a sleight of hand.GOOD THINGS TAKE TIME Music stylings of a Philly based psychedelic sludge duo. Get lost in transient rhythms with enduring walls of reverb and delay. Vocals and Guitar by Zoë Jean Dupree. Drums by Jessie Wexler.

Hot Flash Heat Wave ~ Small Crush ~ Similar Kind at Kung Fu Necktie

Hot Flash Heat Wave The San Francisco trio of Adam Abildgaard, Nick Duffy, and Ted Davis have built a loyal following and constant buzz over the last several years, with the 2019 EP ‘Mood Ring’ standing as their most kaleidoscopic work to date. Merging the quintessential melodies of pop’s past with contemporary touches to forge something truly unique, Hot Flash Heat Wave is just starting to create their own sonic world. Last year’s EP launched the group into a realm entirely different from their previous catalogue. It is their truest-to-heart release yet, synthesizing a wide range of influences encompassing My Bloody Valentine, Frank Ocean, New Order, and Toro y Moi into something that sounds new and refreshing. Mood Ring’s lead single “Glo Ride” bounces with a slight R&B tilt against a dark, trippy atmosphere, while “Sky So Blue” finds the band spiralling into full-on psychedelia, complete with layers of spell-casting keyboards and a wonderfully zonked-out breakdown. And the future only seems brighter from here: with September’s single ‘Grudge’ teasing a 2021 LP, Hot Flash Heat Wave is preparing for the next step up the staircase in their colorful sonic journey, with determination to elevate their craft in the process. Small Crush Kind