Local Music Showcase

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Thursday, October 5, 2017
Doors 7:00 PM / Showtime 8:00 PM
All Ages


Pre-sales for all shows end at noon on the day of the show. Tickets are will call only, nonrefundable, but transferable to another person (for the same show). All tickets are general admission.

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Astro Lasso

Jordan Davis and Tristan Martin make up the brand new project ASTRO LASSO. The sound is a fresh mix of melodic songwriting and cutting electric samples and beats. The mix of the two make for a new sound that has grown from Davis and Martin's original band Kingsfoil. They put on a high-energy two-person live show with a full band sound.

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Younger Me

Three friends and a looper. It took Younger Me over a year after they began rehearsing in a Loganville, PA attic in the spring of 2011 to figure out how they would become a band. Six Years, one album, one EP, two vinyl releases, and a series of singles later, Younger Me is still churning out toe-tapping, catchy tunes, with comparisons ranging from Motown to Indie Pop. A distorted Fender Rhodes sits at the forefront of their sound, but driving bass and drums are the soul. They can be as beautiful as they are rockin’, as subtle as they are in your face, and generally, down to have a good time.  

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The Shake Up

The Shake Up was formed in 2013 when Will Whitney (formerly of Baltimore rockers Restless Ammunition) asked Chris Dempwolf (Dempwolf and the Damage Done) to split a bottle of cognac and help him play an acoustic set at a friend's birthday party. The two found that their mutual punk and folk influences melded well and enlisted they help of Patt Ness (Garrahan's Ghost) and Brennan DeVoe (rockabilly bassist from Fawn Grove) to sculpt a new sound. Their punk, folk, blues, and ambient rock influences came together to make a sound that praises simplicity while encouraging sonic experimentation with enthusiastic and energetic performances. The Shake Up finished their first Studio EP in 2016 and will soon be releasing a live recording and video of their performance at closing night of local music venue "F. H. Pappy's." The band is constantly evolving and exploring new sounds that arise and is currently working on an all new set of repertoire. The Shake Up hates run-on sentences but remains ambivalent towards the oxford comma and appears now with Chris and Will on guitars and vocals, Craig Walt on bass, and Tim Kolpac on drums.