Bad Luck. ~ Dollar Signs ~ Taking Meds ~ Out of Service

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, May 21
Doors: 6pm Show: 6:30pm
$15

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*
7 PM Doors
7:30 PM Show

BAD LUCK.
Bad Luck. delivers accessible punk music that pulls from blends of Northeastern cynicism with the pop-influenced optimism. The band understands that being alive is a gift.
https://open.spotify.com/artist/4Hjb6XIYNt5Qkokl30luY9?si=gC2-3FZ6QsK6zPy2WHZYTw

DOLLAR SIGNS

Dollar Signs is a punk quintet who have described themselves as “gothic anime rock”, “student loan core”, “the greatest group of friends who have ever lived” and “pop songs for the dead”. Whatever you choose to call them, you’re sure to have a cathartic time listening.


https://open.spotify.com/artist/0zYk90uKGiMAangMvVzjL0?si=JUACTaPmSKWQNrYztUh9mQ

TAKING MEDS
https://open.spotify.com/artist/1SQ5kDSYuCb4qOJx5itFxz?si=T1wvh6chTSmGRXzGBWOiUw

OUT OF SERVICE
Out of Service is an east coast indie rock outfit signed to the label Enjoy the Ride Records. Mike Capuano (vocals), Teebs Williams (guitar), Ken Bond (drums), and Brian McGovern (bass) draw from their dynamic brand of intensity and musicianship in every performance. The band has been booked at some of the most storied east coast venues with acts like Mat Kerekes (Citizen), All Get Out, Shortly, and Valencia. Out of Service dropped their sophomore effort, Burden, in late 2019. It is a synthesis of the band’s raw emotional energy and indie sensibilities. The band will be releasing a new LP on Enjoy the Ride Records in 2022. The new album grapples with racial prejudice, the loss of loved ones, and the frailty of life. Guest vocal features include John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday, Straylight Run), Emery, and Nathan Hussey (All Get Out).

Bad Luck. was a solo project from Long Island, then they were a band from Florida. While in the Sunshine State, they released Cold Bones in 2014 and Noise in Your Head the following year, two compact yet abrasive pop-punk releases that placed nostalgia and neuroses on the same plane. After those anxieties collapsed a hefty touring schedule and the group's first taste of the industry ecosystem, Bad Luck. seemingly vanished, kept afloat by a whispering community of fans kept alive by their short discography. Having since returned to their home base and their homegrown mentality, Bad Luck. is looking to add to their short but sweet legacy and score a longer winning streak. Anchored by brothers Dominick and Joe Fox and colored in by a rotating cast of touring friends, Bad Luck.'s second wind offers the same great pop hooks chased with hard-hitting backdrops that originally captured crowds' hearts. Holiday bonus: Take This to Heart Records will be bringing you new Bad Luck. music early next year, but as a special holiday treat, check out the band's maxxed-out cover of "All I Want for Christmas is You," which replaces jingle bells with jugular hits. Happy holidays. See you next year.