We’ve got a triple billing of High Pulp, Leisure Club, and Club Sofa!
Early Show: Doors 7:00pm, Show 8:00pm
Tickets $10.00 (plus appl. s/c) advance available online and $15 at the door
RSVP on Facebook here.
Born out of a no-name Seattle basement, High Pulp has been taking the Pacific Northwest by storm. What they first brewed down there is a monstrosity - a high-octane jazz, funk, hip-hop, punk, psychedelic cocktail with foul odors and a bitter taste. It’s chewy too.
The addicts call it BAD JUICE and their warning is clear: DO NOT CONSUME. IT WILL MAKE YOU SICK
The five members of Leisure Club may be so laid-back they’re nearly horizontal, but their music tells a different story. Punchy and upbeat, the group’s debut album builds catchy riffs out of surf-guitar licks and keyboard swirls. Breathing new life into the indie-rock genre, Leisure Club has created the perfect soundtrack for reminiscing about teenage summer holidays, filled with angst and promise in equal measure. -The Georgia Straight
Right now the band is jazzy and beachy, with feel-good melodies and riffs to get their fans moving and having fun. They pay homage to their punk roots with covers of the Stooges and Dead Kennedys, but are becoming increasingly known for their sparkly guitar tones and throaty, sweet-sounding vocals. -Runner Mag