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SPRING FIRE + A VERY SPECIAL EPISODE (NY) + BANGZZ (NC) + HERSCHEL HOOVER

All Ages
Sunday, June 19
Doors: 7:30pm
$12

Doors at 7:30 | Show at 8
All Ages
$12/$15

Spring Fire is the new rock project from D.C. based musicians, Selena Benally (More AM than FM, The OSYX) and Erin Frisby (The OSYX, FuzzQueen, Miss Shevaughn & Yuma Wray)

With influences like Sonic Youth and Japanese Breakfast, A Very Special Episode walks the line between put-your-guitar-in-front-of-the-amp-and-light-the-drums-on-fire and I-can’t-go-out-tonight-I’m-journaling. FIX YOUR HEARTS OR DIE will force you to contemplate your life and position in the world while also making your blood rush with adrenaline. Available on vinyl Oct 12th via Hidden Home and EWEL Records.  

BANGZZ is a garage punk project from guitarist/vocalist Erika Kobayashi Libero with drummer, JessCaesar. BANGZZʼ sound has been described as “confrontational femme-punk that weds a Stooges stomp to five-alarm-blaze yelps ”anda“ brand of punknoir ”that is“ all scuzzy irreverent riot girl catharsis”. Kathleen Hanna recently shared the bandʼs music video with the comment “ThankYou” and said “This is the future and now colliding!” BANGZZʼ debut album,out now via Potluck Foundation in Chapel Hill, NC, has been hailed by INDY Week’s “one of the most exciting full-length Triangle debuts to emerge out of the muck of 2021.”

Herschel Hoover studied classical piano & music theory at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore.  Over the past seven years, he has extensively toured the East Coast, promoting albums High-Grade Migraine and Live at Fort Reno.  In 2019, Herschel co-founded experimental rock band taylorshit.net, which now consists of 35 members, and is best known for playing International Noise Conference in Miami (twice), recording a live record in Baltimore, being thrown out of a punk club in Norfolk for being too loud, and producing three well reviewed albums during the pandemic.