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Week of April 21st:

Friday

Clamfight: Groovy/sludge/stoner/metal from NJ
Babayaga: super heavy rock and roll, whiskey drinkin, gator wrestlin fools from NY
The Cloth: Heavy grunge noise punk from Philly
Doors 8pm
Ages 21+
FREE
Saturday
Buzzchopper: Surf rock from Lancaster
Aqua Nebula Oscillator: Psychedelic rock/space trance from FRANCE
The Golden Grass: Free-wheelin, good-time rock and roll band from NYC
Only Living Boy: riff-driven, no-nonsense rock and roll from NJ
Doors 8pm
Ages 21+
$5

Saturday, April 19th:

Saturday

New Coke

SANDRATZ

Blinding Eye Dog

The Thing with Two Heads

Doors 8pm

Ages 21+   $5

NEW COKE, from W. Palm Beach, FL, returns to The Depot after a devastating set opening for Kid Congo last year. This is the band’s first tour, and it’s in support of their new 7″ vinyl EP “Duct Tape Your Mouth” on Black Gladiator / Slovenly Recordings.

Ft. Lauderdale garage punks SANDRATZ are along for the cheap thrills. Dig ‘em here: http://sandratzzz.bandcamp.com/

Baltimore furries BLINDING EYE DOG make with the punk rock luchadorable style.

The Thing With Two Heads: Soul stompers, garage pounders, greazy r&b, honkin’ instros, carazay calypsos, kookie limbos, manic mambos, fucked up freakbeat, dink music, fink music, monk music, junk music, soaking wet reverb, biker fuzzzzz, screaming organs, stupid drums, wailing saxes, shakin’ maracas, blaring horns and anything diddley-fied! All vinyl, all the time.

Saturday, April 12th:

Saturday

Empresarios

Johnny Popcorn

Ralph Real

Doors 8pm

Ages 21+

$5

Empresarios: The Empresarios sound is best described as “Tropicaliente”, and that is the vibe that the band brings to the stage as well. Each and every time the Empresarios take the stage; there is a lively party that forms on the dancefloor. Mixing together the warm sounds of the Caribbean comes with ease for this group of talented musicians.

Johnny Popcorn: Vocalist and songwriter, Hezekiah, is no stranger to the music industry with 3 full-length solo albums as a hip-hop artist. Feeling like he was neglecting his Southern Funk/Rock upbringing passed down from his parents from Kentucky and North Carolina, he felt inspired for something new and exciting to develop—ultimately settling in on a new found passion.