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B Side Summer Patio Series: The Semi-Super Villians / October Beach Club / Fruitfly
w/ October Beach Club, Fruitfly
Sat, Jun 8 Show: 7:00 pm (Doors: 6:00 pm )
$12.00
Saturday June 8
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM 
18+
+3 at door if under 21
$10 ADV  $12 DOS 

The Semi-Super Villians
 
The Semi-Supervillains: Nashville based garage rock/power pop trio widely known for spirited live performances. The band's latest LP Frantic has a darker attitude than previous works with a meticulously crafted sound ruthlessly dissonant in its pursuit of depraved rock thrills.  Recent single and music video "Living Stereo" showcase the group's transition to a new wave-glam rock sound influenced heavily by producer Rick Witkowski. 
 
Often described as "your older brother's cool rock and roll band," the Semi-Supervillains have performed at SXSW and other various festivals across the country for the past decade playing shows with Crack the Sky, Foxy Shazam, and King Tuff.

October Beach Club

Max and Michael met during summer camp in 2008. From there, they made a pact to rock.

Fruitfly 

Fruitfly was formed in 2020 in Cleveland, Ohio as a solo project by singer/songwriter Kyle Thompson. From his self-released 2021 album Running on Fumes through to more recent releases as a full band, the message of Fruitfly's music has largely revolved around making sense of the unprecedented times it was written in. Themes of isolation, hopelessness, and biting satire permeate Thompson's heart-on-the-sleeve lyrics. Dipping their toes into math rock, bedroom pop, funk, vaporwave and more, the band's holistic sound lands somewhere around indie/emo. The band is aiming to release their second album, When the Weather is Nice, in early 2024.

B Side Summer Patio Concerts are limited to only 100 tickets! Get yours in advance. Food is available for purchase at all of our patio shows by Cafe de Whop. 

The Semi-Super Villains
The Semi-Supervillains: Nashville based garage rock/power pop trio widely known for spirited live performances. The band's latest LP Frantic has a darker attitude than previous works with a meticulously crafted sound ruthlessly dissonant in its pursuit of depraved rock thrills.  Recent single and music video "Living Stereo" showcase the group's transition to a new wave-glam rock sound influenced heavily by producer Rick Witkowski. 
 
Often described as "your older brother's cool rock and roll band," the Semi-Supervillains have performed at SXSW and other various festivals across the country for the past decade playing shows with Crack the Sky, Foxy Shazam, and King Tuff.
October Beach Club
Max and Michael met during summer camp in 2008. From there, they made a pact to rock.
Fruitfly
Fruitfly is an emo band still trying to figure out how to write emo songs based out of Cleveland, Ohio. Combining disparate influences from emo acts like The Brave Little Abacus and Weatherday to bedroom pop staples like Rex Orange County and Dayglow, Fruitfly's music pairs melancholic lyrics with intricate instrumentals to make a compelling new sound