Souls of Mischief: The 30th Anniversary Tour

Doors 6:30PM | Show 8PM | All Ages | Public On Sale 2/3 4PM

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Yo, whassup? This is Tajai 

Of the mighty Souls of Mischief crew 

I’m chillin’ with my man Phesto, my man A-Plus 

And my man Op’, you know he’s dope 

But right now, you know, we just maxin’ in the studio 

We hailin’ from East Oakland, California 

And, um, sometimes it gets a little hectic out there 

But right now, yo, we gonna up you on how we just chill.. 

1993, West Coast… Dr Dre vs Eazy-E, Snoop Doggy Dog on the rise with his debut  album alongside the N.W.A don of production. Tupac with the summer release of ‘I  Get Around’, but caught up in alleged gun fights and assault charges. G-funk the  national conversation. 

So when Souls Of Mischief came onto the scene with their funky outfits, slammin’  beats and breazy attitudes – backed with a lyrical dexterity far beyond their teenage  years – a fresh hop to the bounce of the West Coast was born. 

“Sometimes it gets a little hectic out there…”, Tajai exclaimed in the intro, “…But  right now we gonna up you on how we just chill”.  

The California quartet announced themselves with harmlessly refreshing confidence,  on more of a Tribe tip with jazz-drips and groove-infused rhythms – yet lyrically more  adventurous and weed-scented; more of a Pharcyde vibe with endlessly cool rhymes  and multisyllabic wordplays – yet more intellectual, energetic and freestyle-ready. A  

funky introspection was clear to see. This was Oakland, California in 1993.  

…Now, 30 years on, 93 to 23, still infinity. Still hectic out there. Time flies but Souls  are still chillin. “Now you have younger generations who were born in ’93,” says

Phesto. “They’re like, ‘ ’93 ’til infinity.’ It means so many different things to so many  different people” 

30 YEARS OF 93 ‘TIL INFINITY – AROUND THE WORLD IN 93 DATES #23tilinfinity 

From this February onward, Souls Of Mischief will go Around the World in 93 Dates bringing their effortlessly cool rhymes and rhythms to the world. It’s an anni worth  celebrating. Full album renditions. Party feels. Dripping with Jazz. Flavoursome flows.  Cali energy. Fresh garms (with limited runs for sale) and ripe freestyles.  

‘This is 93 ‘til infinity, you know, so it’s markin’ the time but also movin’ beyond the  time, you feel me?’ – Yasiin Bey (Mos Def)

Holy Faint, Fairy Bones & Sky Creature

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 2/2 12PM

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ABOUT HOLY FAINT

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The antidote to apathy, Holy Faint is music for the unapologetically passionate. The Tucson-based quintet makes loud music for romantics, dreamers, and oddities 

 

A newly electric guitar obsessed Sophie Gibson-Rush started the project in early 2021 as a means of exploring music with a harder edge than her past experiences in folk and classical. To her, the social and political climate at the time demanded a fiercer sound. As a result, Holy Faint has aggressive, socially-conscious lyrics delivered with a melodic touch.

 

Holy Faint’s songs filter the catharsis of live theatre through the lens of post-punk. From the  inception of the project, it was important for singer/guitarist Sophie Gibson-Rush that the band capture the heightened emotion and drama of contemporary society. Like the punk and folk movements of the past fifty years, numbness was never an option. 

 

When Pete and Andrea Connolly (of Tucson-based folk-rock duo Birds and Arrows) joined the band in 2022, they took the project from a bedroom recording experiment—to a full-fledged ensemble. Ryan Green (Ryanhood) was enlisted as an assistant producer and multi-instrumentalist when the group entered the St. Cecilia’s studio to record the firsts tracks for their upcoming EP ‘Charisma 1’. Just ahead of their first show, Jordan Prather (Head over Heart) completed the quintet as synth and guitar player.

 

Their first single, “Jimmy Jolts”— a fuzzed-out, guitar heavy punk anthem—is out now on all streaming platforms! Find out tour dates and more at www.HolyFaint.com.

Eddie Roberts

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 2/1 10AM

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It all started at The Yardbird Suite in Leeds, UK in 1996. The legendary jazz-funk revivalists, The Greyboy Allstars, embarked on their maiden voyage to the UK with a stop at the legendary jazz club hosted by Eddie Roberts and a supporting set from his organ trio, The Three Deuces. That night sparked a mutual admiration between both groups as they had met their cross-continental counterparts who were reinvigorating 60s boogaloo soul-jazz. It was a once-in-a-lifetime connection between devout loyalists of exploring vintage tones, digging for records, and forging paths as trailblazers of the funk and soul revival in the late 90s and early 00s.

Roberts would later form the international funk group The New Mastersounds in 1999 whose expansive career has issued 12 studio albums, earned coveted appearances at international festivals, and even made headway on the Billboard contemporary jazz albums charts with the release of their 2019 studio album ‘Shake It’  that celebrated the group’s 20th anniversary. Meanwhile, The Greyboy Allstars continued to preserve the heritage of jazz-funk giants while cultivating timeless music of their own as individual members of the group would flourish into sought-after collaborators, notable film composers, and studio standouts.

With Roberts residing in the US, collaboration with members of The Greyboy Allstars became frequent, especially between him and keyboardist/organist Robert Walter. Using his own record label and music platform, Color Red, as a springboard, they could now travel back in time to their initial meeting 26 years ago and assemble the dream team of funk enthusiasts and analog recording devotees featuring Roberts on guitar, Walters on keyboards, GBA’s Chris Stillwell on bass, and GBA alum Zak Najor on drums.

Despite being a brand new project, all four members of The Rare Sounds have played in numerous projects with each other over the years and have automatic chemistry and musical shorthand. Everyone gets all the references and shares a common language and love for the traditions of the music. The group recorded 10 tracks for their debut LP at Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco, CA in August 2021 and made their live debut at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO for two packed-out nights leaving listeners in eager anticipation of what’s to come. The group will release their debut LP via Color Red in summer 2022.

Pinback

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 2/3 10AM

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The partnership of Armistead Burwell Smith IV and Rob Crow is at the heart of the some of the most complex, postmodern indie pop happening on the West Coast. In the first few days of 1998, Smith (of San Diego-based Three Mile Pilot) and Crow (of Thingy and Heavy Vegetable) formed a part-time recording project under the name Pinback

Pinback made their Touch & Go debut in fall 2004 with Summer in Abaddon, which saw the band members continue slowly to push themselves a bit further with complex song structures while maintaining their indie pop sensibilities. Two years later, the band issued Nautical Antiques, a collection of rarities and B-sides spanning from 1998 to 2001. Their second album for Touch & Go, Autumn of the Seraphs, followed in 2007. Though it would be five years before Pinback followed up, their 2012 album, Information Retrieved, found them easily settling into their melodic groove.

N8NOFACE

Doors 7PM | Show 7:30PM | All Ages | Public On Sale 1/27

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He’s been described as a Chicano Flannery O’Connor playing chiptune Ministry, the Sleaford Mods of the American Southwest, Suicide for the 21st Century and Ghostmane meets darkwave synthpunk dashed with early Ween’s glue-huffing pop. Lyrically, his sometimes romantic, oftentimes violent storytelling tunes lean toward Narcocorrido, the bloody ballads of Mexican drug cartels. It sounds dark on the surface, but really N8NOFACE’s music is a lot of fun, and as exciting and cathartic as the birth of punk rock and hiphop.

 

Nate, or N8, NOFACE is animated and all over the map when he speaks. But, he always gets straight to the point, just like his music. His songs often clock in around 1-minute long, typically abruptly ending before even repeating a chorus. The songs are built around a few stark, evocative mantra-like lines about life’s struggles over a simple, hummable hook. That he’s so prolific with these 50-60 second dark pop masterpieces is astonishing. “If you can’t explain it simply you don’t know what you’re talking about,” he says.

 

“I do scream rap, but after that I might pick up a banjo and do outlaw country,” N8 says, discussing the multiple personalities of his music. “I want to do it all. I am a little bit of everything, why can’t I use every frequency to tell those stories?”

 

He’s been making and posting glitchy synthpunk since the days of MySpace, when he first gained attention in chiptune duo Crimekillz. Even before the demise of that band, however, N8NOFACE was disseminating his dadaist lo-fi rants online, recording them on the cheap on his home computer setup. “Even to this day, everything I do is recorded in my closet,” he says. “I’ve never recorded at a studio. My goal was always to try to make these genres with the gear that I have, which comes from hip hop. I just do it the wrong way and it comes out my sound.”

 

N8NOFACE has to date released 5 proper albums (available on vinyl) — Homicide (2022) Don’t Dial 911 with EYEDRESS (2021) Bound To Let You Down (2021), Just Here To Die (2020), Synth Up The Punks (2019) and True Story (2018) — and a slew of singles, mixtapes and collaborations, many of them with sprawling double-digit track listings. Before relocating to Long Beach, CA around a decade ago, he owned a graffiti & record store in his hometown of Tucson, AZ. It was here that he developed his vast musical taste from grimy hiphop beats to seminal aggressive synth punks The Screamers.

 

“I grew up around some guys living outside the lines of the law,” N8 explains. “When I first started doing this I called it Narco Punk. I’m not glorifying it, I’m giving both sides of the story. Telling the heartbreaking side of the dark side.” Coming from a hiphop and border town culture, he found it difficult to share his esoteric tastes with friends. “How do I make my friends enjoy this music?” he wondered. “I’ll take some Suicide music and twist it to get my friends to listen to this.”

 

It worked. Slowly at first, but 2020 proved the year N8NOFACE truly broke out, thanks to the world briefly hitting pause. “COVID leveled the playing field, I’ve never toured and people just found me through the Internet. I did some streams that launched me.” Today, N8NOFACE is quickly becoming the, uh, face of a raw, exciting sound.  Having done national tours with City Morgue, Ho99o9, and playing festivals, N8 is putting in the work that attracts fans far and wide.

Long Beach Dub Allstars

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 1/27 11AM

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Long Beach Dub Allstars is a collection of local so cal artists that have been playing in the reggae scene since 1997.

After 3 albums, several headlining and international tours, 25 years later the band has found its resurgence with Opie Ortiz(vocals), Miguel Happoldt(guitar), Tim Wu(horns) joined by roger Rivas(keys), Ed kampwirth(bass)and gil sharone(drums).

The self titled “Long Beach Dub Allstars” lp was released in May 2020 right after a full west coast/east coast summer tour. This spring 2023 the band will be releasing their 4th album titled “Echo Mountain High”, the new record finds the band playing classic hard dub anthems along with a more diverse style in other songs presenting a refined approach to their songwriting. Filling out the group in the studio and on tour is a who’s who of coastal California talent. Gil Sharone and Ian Foreman on drums, Roger Rivas on keys, and Michael “Miguel” Happoldt and Devin Morrison on guitar. The band will be touring internationally to support the new record and bringing along a lot of special guests. Artists that have been known to jump on stage with the band include HR, Born Jamericans, Tippa Lee, Wailing Souls, Half Pint, Jakob Nowell, and more.

The Silos

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 1/27

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A Cuban-American whose parents fled Castro’s Havana with him still in the womb, Walter Salas-Humara was raised bilingual just across the Florida Straits in Fort Lauderdale. College at University of Florida in Gainesville and a residency with the Vulgar Boatmen left him with a lifelong habit of Mudcrutch/Tom Petty-style crunchy guitar riffs. Chasing the punk prairie fire to New York just in time to sift through the ashes, he formed The Silos in 1985 with guitarist Bob Rupe and violinist Mary Rowell, plugging the main cable of American rock idiom into the jerry-rigged soundboard of Velvets-era feral experimentalism. The unlikely result, as evidenced by About Her Steps(1986), the seminal Cuba (1987) and their RCA debut The Silos (i.e., The One with the Bird on the Cover, 1990) was a loose-limbed conceptual country-rock that in turn influenced (if not outright inspired) the alt-country No Depression movement just around the corner. The band was voted Best New American Band in Rolling Stone Magazine’s Critics’ Poll of 1987 and appeared on Late Night with David Letterman in 1990.

With this apocalyptic agrarianism safely encoded in his band’s name, Salas-Humara moved on once that lineup had run its course — taking with him not the country revisionism that by now could have sustained him in an endless holding pattern, but rather the Lower East Side’s fervid avant-gardism, that high-test mixture of aggression and dissonance the neighborhood wears like a jailhouse tattoo. He forged connections in Austin, another lost outpost tailor-made for his particular set of influences, where he formed the poor man’s supergroup the Setters with songwriters Michael Hall of the Wild Seeds and Alejandro Escovedo of the True Believers. Moving to Los Angeles, he recorded and toured with Tom Freund, Manny Verzosa, Jon Dee Graham, Gary Sunshine and Darren Hess. Those middle records – Hasta la Victoria! (1992), Susan Across the Ocean (1994), Heater (and its remixed mutant twin Cooler) (1998) validated the early acclaim and expanded Salas-Humara’s reputation as one of the finest songwriters working in the American vernacular. In 1998, Salas-Humara moved back to New York and formed Silos 3.0, with Konrad Meissner on drums and Drew Glackin on bass and guitar.

Throughout the new millennium, the Silos have continued to release an admirable body of work. Laser Beam Next Door (2001) and Come on Like the Fast Lane (2007) are fierce power trio albums that burst with the crackling intensity of proto-punk legends the Velvet Underground and Television. When the Telephone Rings (2004) and now Florizona (2011) are intricately crafted productions, densely layered with glittering detail. With the passing of Drew Glackin in 2008, and the addition of Rod Hohl (bass and guitars), Bruce Martin (keyboards) and Jason Victor (guitar), the band has entered a new phase. Walter Salas-Humara and Silos present and past have marshaled the best of America — our wide tradition, focused innovation and unfettered optimism. Embrace them as a national treasure.

 

Southern Culture on the Skids

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 1/27 10AM

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Southern Culture On The Skids has been consistently recording and touring around the world since 1983. The band (Rick Miller – guitar and vocals, Mary Huff – bass and vocals, Dave Hartman – drums) has been playing together for over 30 years. Their musical journey has taken them from all-night North Carolina house parties to late night TV talk shows (Conan O’Brien, The Tonight Show), from performing at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan to rockin’ out for the inmates at North Carolina correctional facilities. They’ve shared a stage with many musical luminaries including Link Wray, Loretta Lynn, Hasil Adkins and Patti Smith. Their music has been featured in movies and TV, parodied by Weird Al, and used to sell everything from diamonds to pork sausage. In 2014 the band was honored by the Southern Folklife Collection at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill with an exhibition featuring their music and cultural contributions. Their legendary live shows are a testament to the therapeutic powers of foot-stomping, butt-shaking rock and roll and what Rolling Stone dubbed “a hell raising rock and roll party.”

At Home with Southern Culture on the Skids is the latest full length album from the band and was released in March of 2021. It was recorded during the stay at home period of the pandemic when the band was at home and not touring. The album consists of 11 tracks recorded and mixed in Rick Miller’s living room with some additional tracks recorded at his studio, The Kudzu Ranch.

The first radio single off the album is “Run Baby Run”—a rocking number with deep garage roots. SCOTS bassist Mary Huff provides an urgent vocal while the band pulls back the throttle on a full race fuzz fest—cause she’s gotta to go fast! Run Baby Run!

The other songs on the album are a combination of the band’s unique mix of musical genres: rock and roll, surf, folk and country—all a bit off-center, what Rick proudly calls “our wobbly Americana”. Rick goes on, “We put a few more acoustic guitars on this one, as you would expect if you recorded in your living room, but it still rocks like SCOTS. So put your headphones on, get in your favorite chair/sofa/recliner, put on “At Home With” and let’s hang out for a while.”

Guitar riffs as lumpy as a camel, rough as a jackhammer or smooth and bright as Tennessee sippin’ whiskey, all slung loose and loud over salacious beats – No Depression

For over thirty years, Southern Culture On The Skids have played an eclectic range of Americana including rockabilly, surf rock, country and R&B, with a punk edge and heaps of humor. They are known for their legendary live shows and wacky antics…But it’s more than just great fun; they are fantastic musicians to boot. – Elmore Magazine

This Chapel Hill-based trio is flat-out amazing. Without resorting to needless flash or attention-hungry showboating, Miller in particular is one of the most spectacularly gifted guitar players I’ve ever seen. He juggles a lot of styles – country, garage rock, surf, rockabilly and soul to name just a few. – Stomp & Stammer

Party101 with DJ Matt Bennett

Doors 8PM Show 9PM | 18 & Over | Public On Sale 1/27 10AM

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Matt Bennett is an actor/musician living in Los Angeles. At 18 he made his acting debut on the hit Nickelodeon television show “Victorious.” Since then he’s appeared on “The Big Bang Theory,” “Sam and Cat,” “Gray’s Anatomy,” and in movies like “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” “Bridesmaids,” and “Stanford Prison Experiment. In 2023 you can catch Matt on the road with his new DJ night Party101, a throwback celebration of music from Nickelodeon and Disney Channel.

G Perico: Hot Shot Tour

Doors 7:30PM | Show 8:30PM | All Ages | Public On Sale 1/27 10AM

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Resurrecting the distinctive sounds of early-’90s West Coast G-funk, rapper G Perico connects the streets and the studio with his cinematic storytelling and observations from South Central Los Angeles. He presented this style on a steady stream of mixtapes, moving from early work like 2016’s Shit Don’t Stop to more fully realized releases such as 2021’s Play 2 Win album or 2022’s 111th East EP.

All Blue
Born Jeremy Nash, Perico was involved in gang life from a young age. His first tapes were even issued while he was in jail. With a delivery similar to DJ Quik, Too $hort, and Eazy-E, Perico started to build a following with 2015’s Tha Innerprize 2. The next year, he issued his breakthrough mixtape, Shit Don’t Stop. In 2017, he released a trio of efforts, starting with his All Blue mixtape — a reference to his affiliation with the Crips — which he issued on his own indie label, So Way Out. He followed with a notable collaborative album that found him joining forces with Bloods-affiliated Jay Worthy and producer Cardo as G-Worthy. Before the end of the year, Perico released 2 Tha Left, featuring the single “Everybody” and appearances by Nef the Pharaoh, Mozzy, Curren$y, and frequent collaborator Polyester. 2018 brought the single “Colors” with Freddie Gibbs and Mozzy, followed by the Guess What? EP.

Ten-Eight
In 2019, Perico announced a partnership deal between Roc Nation and his label So Way Out. The first of two planned joint releases, Ten Eight, was issued in August of that year. The full-length album included the single “Big Raccs” and featured Sonny Digital, AzChike, and Bucho. Perico continued to steadily release new projects and singles (both on his own and in collaboration with other rappers) as the next few years went on. 2021 alone saw him releasing multiple mixtapes like No Love in LA, Free, and Welcome to the Land, as well as the more fleshed-out Play 2 Win. The latter release included multiple contributions from 03 Greedo, as well as appearances from BlueBucksClan and others. 2022 was no different, with the rapper releasing a steady drip of singles, a collaborative EP with Gotdamnitdupri entitled Tango, and a short solo EP called 111th East.