This event is all ages.
$15.00 – General Admission (Advanced)
$18.00 – General Admission (Door)
*plus applicable service fees
All doors & show times are subject to change.
Under 21 must buy $5 drink ticket at the door.
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San Francisco indie-rock quartet Hot Flash Heat Wave rose to prominence in the Bay Area music scene in 2015 with the release of their ‘Gutter Girl’ music video, from their debut album Neapolitan, which was uploaded to YouTube and eventually made its way to the front page of reddit. Their versatile sound, at times reminiscent of golden 60s, power pop, dream pop, post-punk and indie rock, demonstrates a dynamic range of songwriting prowess centered around consistently infectious, sun-soaked melodies and guitar hooks. HFHW formed in Davis, California as a noise collaboration between Adam Abildgaard and Nick Duffy in 2010, expanding to a full band when bassist Ted Davis and guitarist Nathaniel Blum joined the group in the following years. Renouncing the traditional front-manned format of most contemporary bands, the four instead each contribute songs and share the lead. With the release of their sophomore album, Soaked, accompanied by a string of creative self-produced music videos in 2017, the group embarked on its first nationwide tour. Their first single, ‘Bye Bye Baby’, appeared on Canada’s Viral 50 Spotify playlist. In 2017, HFHW released their sophomore album Soaked with OIM Records, which charted on college radio in the U.S. The band just finished up a national tour and SXSW visit with No Vacation to promote their new single ‘Glo Ride’ – a song released in collaboration with Broken Ent. Hot Flash Heat Wave will continue to release music and new videos throughout 2018.
Music is a catalyst of enhancing mood and when it comes to chill, laid-back nights, no one seems to enhance the mood better than L.A.’s 19-year old Jasper Bones with his trademark “Chicano wavy-soul.” The artist’s forthcoming six-song EP, Cruise Control (due in fall 2019)–which Bones wears hats of writer, performer and producer–marks the first collection of music to be released since he dropped his first single in 2017.
“I take pride in my lyricism and songwriting and appreciate how much I’ve learned in production work over the last year,” says Bones. “It makes me unbelievably happy to know that others can relate to my lyrics or background which then unites all of us as a community. I’m extremely grateful for anyone that has taken the time to see me live or even just listened to one of my songs online.”
With his career’s rapidly-ascending trajectory, Bones stays grounded with the strong support system of family and friends. “They definitely spark emotion in me and have helped me learn how to allow myself to feel more, says Bones.