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Wednesday, 11/27/2019

Set Times

Doors at 8:30
8:45 - The Venus in Scorpio
9:30 - Sleeplust
10:15 - Mr. Max
11:00 - Turtles On Speed
+ JUGGS DJ Set

Times subject to change without notice

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Sleeplust


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SLEEPLUST is the brain child of twin brothers Michael and Joseph Pepe and vocalist Amber Ruthe after a chance encounter on Craigslist. Moody electronics, spacious guitars, and modern pop rhythms all make up the ground work of the band. Since releasing their music they've had features in Billboard Magazine and Huffington Post along with TV placements on channels such as MTV, VH1, and E, along with an accumulation of over a million plays of their last two EPs on digital platforms. It's honest music that they hope will find a way into your heart.

Mr. Max


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Mr. Max is a Los Angeles-based Indie/Punk band led by frontman/guitarist Max Cohen. Mr. Max would like to think of his music as punk rock, but he can’t help but incorporate influences from the funk, psych, and indie rock worlds. Mr. Max is set to release his debut EP "High-Intellect, Low Income" on Nov. 21st, 2019. The debut blends the sounds of old school punk with more modern indie/garage rock.

Turtles On Speed


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“Who are Turtles on Speed? They are Dash Hutton on drums and vocals, Brandon Rauch on bass, Devin Johnson on guitar and synths and “honorary member” Brandon Intelligator on guitar and background vocals — all guys who have played in a slew of other L.A. bands, here combining their punk pasts with an affection for the melodic, guitar-driven rock of indie greats. It’s like Teenage Fanclub getting a high-five from Redd Kross — lovable reprobates making thoroughly likable music.” -Kevin Bronson Buzzbands.LA

The Venus in Scorpio


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Philip Moak, known musically as The Venus in Scorpio, is an electronic producer and songwriter based in Los Angeles. Roaming ambiguously across the spheres of 70s Glam Rock, 80s Goth and New Wave, and everything beyond, The Venus in Scorpio’s unique sound captures a sprawling sonic essence that is strikingly familiar, while curiously bypassing the conventions of genre.