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rraccoon presents
Thursday, January 24
doors @ 8pm;
show @ 9pm.
indie rock. mashups.
all ages.
Performing live:

San Francesca
"SF's Dangermaker play slick, haunting guitar rock that goes perfectly with a shot of whiskey and an absence of light. Don't bother listening to this band first thing in the morning as you enjoy a bran muffin with your skim latte. This is not a breakfast band. Instead, you should throw on their EP at the tail end of a three-day bender when you've jacked up the stereo and you're just looking to make one last pass at the girl sitting by herself at the end of the bar. I can't say for certain, but I'm pretty sure Dangermaker are creatures of the night - which works for me because I am definitely not a morning person." -- Ethan Kanat

Lessons is an epic explosion of indie-grunge-pop-rock that will keep you company all night long. Doomed to create a sound so toxic, one might even call unreal, the duo came together in Oakland in the fall of 2011, "What started as a fun jam session turned into a magical fusion of two different life journeys." Lessons is a raw and organic group that is sure to ignite a fire in the unexplored, dark cavernous parts of the local music scene.

San Francesca is a trio that "creates amazing soundscapes with an indie rock backdrop," with synth-pop elements that are tempered by a drummer, mixed in among heart-felt indie rock influences and straight-forward pop sounds.