SOLD OUT! Resound Presents: Loving with Sam Burton
Aug 16 @ 7:00 pm – Aug 17 @ 12:00 am


21+ | INSIDE | $15

Loving is the musical collaboration of David Parry, Lucas Henderson and Jesse Henderson. The band formed by way of a long-distance recording project (Victoria – Toronto) that resulted in the creation of their debut self-titled EP. After the unexpected embrace of this work, the band reconvened in Victoria, BC to begin playing live shows and work on new material.


Austin Oyster Co. Presents: The 2nd Annual Shuckfest
Aug 19 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm


21+ | $25-$75 | PATIO

Join Austin Oyster Co. and friends as we host the 2nd annual Shuckfest at Hotel Vegas on Friday, August19th from 6-11pm.

This year we’re going big featuring over 4k oysters from 20+ different farms across Maine, Massachusetts, and Prince Edward Island, while our friends sling some of the best dishes from around Texas. Enjoy great food from Las Brasas, Reese Bros BBQ, and Bummer Burrito and cold libations from Still Austin.

The event will be raising money for two important charitable causes: Shellfish Growers Climate Coalition and Southern Smoke.

Aug 26 @ 9:00 pm – Aug 27 @ 12:30 am


21+ | $12 ADV / $15 DOS | GRANDSTAND

To be familiar with Brainstory is to know their Rialto, CA, roots, the positivity that laces each of their songs, and then the maverick-musicianship-meets-real-friendship that expertly holds it all together.

If you’re new to Brainstory, you’d be forgiven if you didn’t quite believe the music they make—from sweet soul slowies to psyche rock-tinted bangers to ballads with a nod to a smooth jazzy R&B of the 70s—is the product of only three people.
Brainstory is the brothers Kevin and Tony Martin (on guitar/vocals and bass, respectfully) and Eric Hagstrom (drums)—but all three of these raw, sensitive, California dudes are family.

Spune Presents: King Khan & BBQ Show with Miranda and the Beat
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm


21+ | $20 ADV & $25 DOS | OUTSIDE

“‘The King Khan & BBQ Show’ is a real band. Sure, their sense of humor is dirty, often subversive, and their costumes ridiculous. But the seriousness of their love of music as holy communion should never be taken lightly. They live a lifestyle of pure love for the genre of rock’n’roll, respecting and understanding its basic tenets, while themselves recognized as lifers, representatives of what they see as an important legacy. They cut their teeth together in Montreal’s ‘The Spaceshits’, a lightning fast rock’n’roll band formed in 1995, and have toured and paid numerous dues since, sacrificing their minds, bodies, souls, friends, family… All for love.

SOLD OUT! Osees w/ Bronze
Sep 30 @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm


21+ | $30 | PATIO

Psych-punk psychic warrior, ear worm-farmer, and possessor of many stamped passport pages John Dwyer does not let up. His group Oh Sees (aka Thee Oh Sees, OCS, The Oh Sees, etc) have transmogrified to fit many a moment – from hushed druggy folk to groovy demonic pop chants to science fictional krautrock expanse and beyond – to suit his omnivorous whims. It’s common knowledge however, that at their shows, you’re there asking for a beating. 20 years going and the shows keep getting more and more intense, as many a soupy swarm can attest. The locked-in Rincon/Quattrone drum cops propel masses of strangers to froth and lean into each other as the insistent and repetitive underpinning tumbles nimbly from Tim Hellman’s bass. Meanwhile John ricochets breathy yips and snippets of synth and all manner of guitar heroics around your brain canyons while your reptile instincts yell “move”. Brain-stem body rock meets cerebral expanses, and their now du jour prolifically feeds a labyrinthine garden of well-hewn tunes.

Ty Segall – Solo Acoustic
Nov 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm


21+ | $28 | PATIO

Radiating from the same mind fields as Goodbye Bread and Sleeper, mixed with shard edges of contrast and contradiction from things like Freedom’s Goblin, Manipulator, and First Taste, “Hello, Hi” is Ty’s most relaxed and complete production to date, an ebb-and flow fusion of words and music offering abstraction and acceptance as it wrestles itself through a fucked-up time. Your life and what you make of it — throughout “Hello, Hi,” Ty Segall charts a passage through its enduring tangles honestly, with clarity and confusion.

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