Spendtime Palace // Brazen Youth // Fad Vandals

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December 12, 2018 8:00 pm - 1:00 am
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Time: 8:00pm     Day: Wednesday     Doors: 7:00pm     Ages: 21+ Ages     Price: $5
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Spendtime Palace 
The quintet from Costa Mesa, California started as a fun party trick and now have themselves featured in GQ and Billboard. They're also taking the indie scene by storm and gaining a larger fanbase with each and every unforgettable show. The hype is there, and it's well deserved. They have worked alongside some of the top up-and-coming actors and directors such as Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) and Iris Apatow (Netflix's "LOVE") ... With a beautiful blend of hazy psychedelic rock, surf, and punk sounds, Spendtime Palace's growing discography is sure to win over your heart - and your headphones.
The Brazen Youth
Nicholas Lussier and Charles Dahlke formed the Brazen Youth within the otherworldly vacuum of the 300-year-old Ashlawn Farm, located in Lyme, Connecticut. Timeless and freeing, Ashlawn served as a perfect birthplace of the Brazen Youth’s 2016 debut, The Ever Dying Bristlecone Man. A heavily conceptual record, Ever Dying is a world with endless nooks in which you can lose yourself, containing meticulous threads of layered tracks and arrangements that shift within songs like tectonic plates, all within an organic and atmospheric gloss of emotionally riveting, lyric-driven songs. Upon adding Micah Rubin to the band’s lineup in 2017, the Brazen Youth emerged with a wild-spirited presence into the East Coast scene, soon gaining an empowered and fresh fan base. 
Fad Vandals
Since meeting in 2013 experimental pop duo (Omar Otero, Christopher Padilla) have embarked on a journey to create. Fad Vandals is the culmination of all of their experiences thus far. After a year of sending tracks back and forth, exhausting phone conversations, and plane tickets between NYC and Dallas, Texas. The ride or die homies decided to finally combine their efforts back home, in Albuquerque, N.M.
Their love for what they describe as, “The Groove”, combined with their rock&roll influences, and pop sensibility, have led them to create a sound that carries the abrasiveness of your favorite rock tunes, yet can make you dance like it’s your favorite pop record. In 2016 the duo traveled to upstate new york to record their debut E.P., Nothing New, with engineers Phil Painson (Pete Rock, Sonic Youth, Yolanda Adams,). and Mario Salvati ( Celia Cruz, Hector Lavoe, Television). 
Since then they have cemented themselves as a pillar of the Albuquerque scene, garnering a following most bands wait years for.

doors open at 7pm
$5
21+ w/ a valid ID