Rest Etiquette ~ Hellco ~ Outages

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 6:30 PM Show: 7:00 PMRest Etiquette

Warhawks ~ Lito and The Shepherds ~ The Bronze Age ~ Cabana Wear (Cambridge Hall)

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PM WarhawksComprised of brothers John and Pat Bilodeau, cousin Matt Orlando and close family friend Tom Lipski, the Warhawks are a dynamic, blue-collared punk rock/alt-rock outfit from Gloucester City, NJ. Following a string of DIY releases, the band released their debut LP ‘Never Felt So Good’ in January 2019. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Dave Downham (Into It. Over It.) at Gradwell House Recording, the album consisted of nine soaring punk alt-rock anthems that explored themes of love, hope, and desperation. ‘Never Felt So Good’ would go on to earn the band several accolades including 93.3 WMMR’s “Band of the Month” that following March, steady rotation of their song “Miracle” on top indie station 88.5 WXPN, and live appearances on WRFF Radio 104.5.  Through their relentless efforts, the band has toured the entire United States all the while cultivating a large, passionate fan base at home in the Northeast. They have also earned prominent opening slots for bands such as White Reaper, Sticky Fingers, July Talk, The Menzingers, Off With Their Heads, and Curls among others.  In the fall of 2019 the band returned to Gradwell House to record their six song EP ‘Stardust Disco’. After its release in February of 2020, the band toured throughout the Northeast and Midwest before being halted by the pandemic. spotify // facebook // instagram // bandcamp Lito and The Shepherds The Bronze Age

Kali Masi ~ Sam Russo ~ Tightwire (Acoustic)

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PM Kali Masi Coming off their 2017 debut Wind Instrument, Kali Masi’s sophomore record [laughs] is more than a collection of songs – it’s a lifeline. Driving straight through the brick walls of often difficult subjects like emotional abuse, tense friendships and feeling comfortable in misery, the Chicago punks deliver poignant and empowering anthems of identity and self.This isn’t a record of nostalgia — it’s a record of the present. It’s a record for reflecting on where you’ve landed, how you got there and where to go next. [laughs] is an album urgently striving for self-awareness and presence, and for everybody listening doing the same. It’s recognizing you are not what others make of you – only what you make of yourself. Sam Russo

Drunks with Guns ~ THE ART GRAY NOIZZ QUINTET ~ Kilynn Lunsford

**All shows 21+—valid ID required**Doors: 7 PMShow: 7:30 PMDrunks With GunsSt. Louis’ least favorite punk rockers get together to do some shows, have some drinks, and sell some swag – after 30+ years of jerking off.Drunks with Guns began in 1984, in the Missouri city at the junction of two great rivers, the Mississippi and the Missouri, first settled by French fur traders in 1769. A random, intricate network of ancient caves, formed from the erosion of underground limestone deposits, snake beneath the city. Aided by ice harvested from the rivers in the winter, their greatly reduced temperatures gave early brewers a cool place to store their wares long before refrigeration.Fast forward to 2022: mouth Michael Doskocil, guitarist John Zeps, bassist Naptown Tex, and drummer Weasel Walter, will be playing a few select dates in support of the release of the band’s first three recording sessions. Titled Fucked Up On Beer & Drugs, all fifteen tracks (four previously unreleased) have been gloriously remastered by Weasel himself, and will be available in one place, for the first time ever and in their entirety. An EP of new recordings is in the works, along with the release of a six song set from 1986. Recorded live at the band’s Hellhouse, it was recently found at the bottom of a closet and has been meticulously remastered by radioactive chimps for you dining and dancing pleasure.THE ART GRAY NOIZZ QUINTETSpearheaded by twisted Australian guitar legend STU SPASM of LUBRICATED GOAT, CRUNT, and THE BEASTS OF BOURBON, THE ART GRAY NOIZZ QUINTET were originally formed for an afterparty celebrating the New York City premiere of AMPHETAMINE REPTILE documentary THE COLOR OF NOISE.”It was obvious I must assemble a supergroup of the finest noise rockers New York City had to offer . . .” says Spasm. First choice was basher extraordinaire “BLOODY” RICH HUTCHINS, veteran of such explosive musical exports as LIVE SKULL, OF CABBAGES AND KINGS and RUIN. Next, SKELETON BOY of WOMAN was recruited. “Who, just as LEADBELLY was the King Of The Twelve-String Guitar, is himself The King Of The Two-String Bass.” Then came the twang, with the addition of suave slinger ANDREA SICCO of TWIN GUNS. “When our guitars merge, it forms a most piquant aural melange.” In a nod to the latter half of his birth name, STU SPASM now became ART GRAY, and an entirely new mess was born.THE ART GRAY NOIZZ QUINTET have recently been witnessed onstage opening for kindred spirits such as THE SCIENTISTS and MUDHONEY, and 2019 saw them survive a successful tour of the West Coast. Catching the eye of No Wave Queen LYDIA LUNCH led to teaming up for a collaborative musical effort, and sharing a few stages including bookending the pandemic, with one of the last shows of 2020 NYC before lockdown hit, and a triumphant return to the boards in July 2021. Kilynn Lunsford

The Homeless Gospel Choir ~ Short Fictions ~ Graduation Speech

**All shows 21+—valid ID required**Doors: 7 PMShow: 8 PMThe Homeless Gospel ChoirThe Homeless Gospel Choir is a punk band based out of Pittsburgh, PA.  Be Brave, it’s contagious. Short FictionsShort Fictions have often tried to imagine a better world. Their sophomore LP, Fates Worse Than Death, mythologized their Pittsburgh hometown as a place of great evil and grand inspiration. Doomsday scenarios, shot through with a dash of hope, influenced a set of songs that dipped between neighborhood serenity and desperate calls for community. Every Moment of Every Day answers their own anguish by finding moments of growth amid unrivaled chaos. The band’s third LP exhibits the self-awareness of young adulthood with the united front of collective power. While the band’s literary twist on indie rock and emo remains here, narrative expansions have uprooted comfort in their old ways. Regardless of genre explored, each vignette of Keystone lockdown feels lived-in and banged-up, a window into a world decomposing as quickly as it’s decorated. Written on the road but processed in our current time, Every Moment of Every Day is a warning sign of looming darkness and a welcome mat for whatever may come next. All you have to do is show up. SpeechDay, who also fronts the pop-punk band Aspiga, has always considered Graduation Speech a solo project, and his previous releases demonstrate this. 2017’s Quiet and Calm features just Day with his acoustic playing spacious, somber songs; on 2019’s Maintenance Required, he adds additional layers—streaks of guitars, daubs of piano, percussive textures—but the final result still feels like a solo album. 2021’s Private Anxieties, shows the project shedding that designation; though the songs still center around Day’s acoustic guitar, a full band is brought into the fold, transforming these emotional, intimate songs into something more alive. Controlled Burn is the fourth EP under the Graduation Speech moniker and leans heavily on the singer-songwriter approach.

THICK ~ Skating Polly ~ Teenage Bigfoot

**All events 21+ — valid ID required for entry**Doors: 6:30 pmShow: 7:10 pm THICK “Happy Now” Tour 2022 with Special Guest, SKATING POLLY and THE MUSLIMS THICKOver the years, THICK have earned recognition as an unstoppable live act, with their show typically spawning a mosh pit described by Stereogum as “more like an aggressive hug.” As they dreamed up the tightly crafted yet uncontainable sound of 5 Years Behind, the band kept the live experience at the forefront of their minds. “When we write, we write toward the emotions of the audience,” says Sisti. “I know that lyrics play a huge role in connection, but I’m personally more focused on visualizing how people might physically respond to a song—what it would make them feel in the moment and how it might make them move or dance.” Now gearing up for a national tour in support of 5 Years Behind, THICK aspire to strengthen the palpable sense of inclusivity that’s defined their shows from the start. “We want people to feel safe in the mosh pit, and hopefully connect with each other,” says Page. “We’ve made so many friends at the shows we’ve played, and we’d love it if people could build some kind of community from coming to see us.” And in the making of their first full-length effort, THICK aimed to instill an undeniable feeling of solidarity into each of the album’s tracks. “In a way the theme of all our songs is: ‘We’ll get through this. We’re not going to be kept down,” says Black. “I hope when people listen to the album, it gives them that same feeling. And I hope they feel like, if they ever needed it, we’d absolutely have their back.” POLLYFusing elements of alt-rock with classic D.I.Y. punk and indie pop, savvy Oklahoma sibling band Skating Polly found international exposure through rigorous touring, earning both critical acclaim and support of the indie rock scene. Kelli Mayo and Peyton Bighorse formed the group at a young age, with their brother Kurtis Mayo joining in 2017. The band is noted for their alternating instruments among each member, poetic lyrics, intense live shows, melodic arrangements, and an eclectic array of songs. They have released five albums and make over thirty music videos. BIGFOOTLike most teenagers, this band has taken on quite a few shapes. Since 2017, Teenage Bigfoot has been Tiffany, Joe, and Jake, but the band looked much different in 2014 when they played their first show at Philadelphia’s original First Time’s the Charm festival. As the only active band from the fest, Teenage Bigfoot continues to strike like lightning with their artful blend of 90s skate punk, melodic hardcore, and pop punk gushy stuff. The band has shared the stage with Jeff Rosenstock, Masked Intruder, The Dirty Nil, Mischief Brew, The Dollyrots, among others, and in 2019, Teenage Bigfoot accompanied long-standing Japanese pop punk outfit, NAVEL, on their first ever U.S. Tour. Teenage Bigfoot released “Weapons Against Darkness” November 2021 via Bloated Kat Records.www.teenagebigfoot.comhttp://teenagebigfoot.bandcamp.comFacebook & Instagram: @teenagebigfoot

Pkew Pkew Pkew ~ Uncle Dan ~ Lamplighters

**All shows 21+ – Valid ID required for entry**Doors: 7 PMShow: 8 PMPKEW PKEW PKEW DANUncle Dan has everything you could ask for, from gang vocals to trumpet solos. Showcasing classic punk elements, such as shouted vocals, crashing drum beats, and punchy guitar solos, Uncle Dan delivers something both refreshingly familiar, and excitingly fresh. The energy crammed into this excellent example of East Coast DIY is enough to make even the most retired punk rocker enter the moshpit. For fans of basement shows and cheap beer. – Alternative Sound LAMPLIGHTERSLamplighters are a melodic punk band from Philly, founded in 2013. Led by a trio of vocalists, Lamplighters create fast, catchy songs about everyday life. After four releases and countless shows, Lamplighters have earned a reputation for their well crafted songwriting and energetic live performances. This is definitely a band you don’t want to miss when they come to a stage near you.

Dead Boys ~ Suzi Moon ~ Tone Bandits

THE DEAD BOYSThe Dead Boys are an American punk rock band from Cleveland, Ohio, United States. The band was among the first wave of punk, and regarded by many as one of the rowdiest and most violent groups of the era. They were formed by vocalist Stiv Bators, rhythm guitarist Jimmy Zero, bassist Jeff Magnum, lead guitarist Cheetah Chrome, and drummer Johnny Blitz in 1975, with the later two having splintered from the band Rocket From The Tombs. The original Dead Boys released two studio albums, Young Loud and Snotty, and We Have Come for Your Children.The Dead Boys were initially active from 1975 to 1980, briefly reuniting a few times in the mid-1980s, and then later again in 2004 and 2005 for the first time without Bators, who had died in 1990. In September 2017, Chrome and Blitz reunited the band with a new line-up for a 40th anniversary tour along with a new album, Still Snotty: Young, Loud and Snotty at 40, a re-recording of their debut album. The new lineup includes vocalist Jake Hout, guitarist Jason “Ginchy” Kottwitz and bassist Ricky Rat, alongside Chrome and Blitz.SUZI MOONSuzi Moon’s effortless channeling of classic ‘77 punk rock spirit with a modern twist continues to evolve and grow. This second twelve inch with Pirates Press Records picks up where her debut left off sold out before street date and the likes of Iggy Pop singing her praises on the BBC! BANDITSBack alley Rock and Roll with a punk vibe and a Philly attitude.

**CANCELED** The Bombpops ~ The Last Gang ~ Riverside Odds

**All shows 21+—valid ID required**Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 7:30 PM THE BOMBPOPSWhere The Bombpops had a Fear of Missing Out on their 2017 debut full-length, their highly anticipated follow up shows what happens when you’re too involved—with booze, bad situations, and behavior that’s unsustainable at best and destructive at worst. This is Death in Venice Beach (Fat Wreck Chords, March 13th), the comedown after the high, when clarity pierces the morning-after haze. It’s right there in the title, an allusion to Thomas Mann’s celebrated novella about the price of an artistic life. The Bombpops co-founder and singer-guitarist Jen Razavi read it as the band debated titles for their second full-length. “It’s a cautionary tale to those that want to become an artist,” she says, “but it’s also really comforting to artists who can’t help or necessarily contain being who they are and what they’re drawn to.” LAST GANG The year is 2021. America is still fighting its way through an ongoing pandemic, currently fueled by the ignorance of millions who have decided science isn’t good enough for them. Countless lives have been lost or disrupted by an inefficient government loaded with corrupt politicians, egged on by snake oil salesmen who are inexplicably given nightly platforms on cable TV or allowed to spread their disinformation through social media. Make no mistake: Rome is burning. We are fiddling.Pissed off yet? So is The Last Gang. OddsFronted by RW Hellborn’s gravely vocals and a larger-than-life stage presence, along with Matty Cobra’s combination of blues rock meets punk riffs, Riverside Odds has been sharing their signature blend of ‘Speed-Punk Rock-N-Roll’ across the country since 2013. Cutting through genres like a razorblade with an energetic stage performance that is anything but mundane, Riverside Odds has been described as “a perfect blend of Black Flag, Ramones, Clutch and Motörhead.”

Rest Etiquette ~ The Jumping Juvies ~ Jon Bradley

**All shows 21+ — valid ID required for entrance**Doors: 7 PMShow: 7:30 PMREST ETIQUETTERest Etiquette is a Folk/Punk/Post Punk group hailing from Philly JUMPING JUVIESJumping Juvies is a rock band from Philadelphia, PA consisting of: Jamie Martinez, Mike Juck, Joe Balogh, and Andrew Hight. Deemed for their “Prog-Punk” style, the band is known for blending elements of Punk, Funk, and Garage Rock sounds to name a few. Jumping Juvies has been featured by Helen Leicht on WXPN’s Local Show as well as South Jersey’s WMGM, the band is currently recording new music. BRADLEY