Monday, 08/20/2018

Set Times

Doors at 8:30
8:45 - The Herms
9:30 - Storey and the Tellers
10:30 - Harry Katz & The Pistachios
11:30 - Dario
with Red Light Vinyl - Ladies Spin DJing between sets!

Drink Specials at The Backbar 'til 10p!
$10 Shot & 16oz PBR
$2 Beer Tasting Flight
+ Half-Off your favorite beer from the flight!

Times subject to change without notice

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Harry Katz & The Pistachios


Love. Death. Dreams. Conspiracy. Escapism. Homelessness. All put under the poetic microscope of Harry Katz’s original songwriting. With a distinct blend of classic soul and rock and roll, his uniquely raspy voice feels like the smooth veritas of an un-pulled cigarette, laying over a tight and pounding 10 piece band that turns brass into gold. His lyrics appear at first to be simple and fun, but as you go deeper into a familiar and yet fresh catalog of music, you’ll find the feeling of home on the edge of a razor. With Harry Katz, something far darker and more poignant is revealed, disguised as the most fun you can have seeing a live band. The Pistachios are preparing a live EP and a studio single. A demo is available on their website.

The Herms


Having recently relocated from the Bay Area to Los Angeles, The Herms add true grit and originality to the sun-fried, post-punk scene of Southern California. The Herms bring a frenetic, schizophrenic charm to the lo-fi reemergence.

Storey and the Tellers


Founded in 2008, Storey and The Tellers is an LA based alternative rock band. Lead singer, lead guitarist and songwriter, Storey Sheinberg, was born and raised in West Hollywood in the heart of Los Angeles. The band typically plays as a trio, but is looking for more musicians to join the musical force. Storey’s biggest musical inspiration is Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band. Storey and The Tellers frequently plays live concerts and is quickly becoming a notable band in the local LA music scene.



Dario is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. He brings that heart and spirit to his music, combining the rhythm of bands such as The Strokes and Arcade Fire, with the soul of songwriters such as Jim James and John Lennon. His sound however is unmistakably his own, and along with his band, brings a fresh, Southern California take on rock and roll.