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Fri. Jul 12 | ALL AGES
BOAYT
SHOW
9:00 pm
DOORS
8:00 pm
$12 | Advance
$15 | Day of show

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY MARCH 15 AT 10AM

BOAYT is proud to present their sophomore album, LOUD AND BOLD, recorded over 3 days at Magpie Cage Recording Studio and produced by J Robbins. The first single “Money Talks” conveys an insider POV from the service industry.

Accidents

Described as “frantic, gutsy, energetic, grungy, no-bullshit punk rock”, Accidents are not an act for the weary. They started partying in May of 2010 and have hit several rocks along the way, but are still kicking. From melodic punk tunes to pop rock anthems, Accidents reflect a variety of musical influences in their songs. The band’s hard work has earned them headlining slots in the area’s top venues, such as 9:30 Club, Rock and Roll Hotel, The State Theater, Empire and Jammin Java, as long as supporting major touring acts such as Andrew WK, The Misfits, DRI, Emery, and Darkest Hour. You should totally come check out a show, grab a beer or five, and jump in the pit. Accidents like to party.

Company Calls

Company Calls has been a D.C. based band since 2012 when Nat (Vocalist/Bassist), and Krys (Guitarist) met one fated night at a show. Since then they’ve been making poppy punk-loving tunes that highlight conflict between uncertainties and desire.
Tito Sanchez joined in on drums in 2015, rounding out the bands eclectic punk sound. Company Calls has supported many artists to include Nina Díaz with Black Heart Records, In The Whale, The Kominas, Hunter Valentine, Sick of Sarah, Carla Morrison and Honey Blood in iconic DC venues like the Howard Theatre, Black Cat, DC9, Rock and Roll Hotel, and some outside of the DMV to include North Carolina and Philadelphia.

The Feed

The Feed plays rock music that would feel at home on alternative radio circa 1994 were it not for their modern indie sensibility, down-to-earth nature, and the impossibility of time travel. The Feed is fronted by Audrey White, whose sometimes-crunchy, sometimes-moody guitar riffs pave the path for her strong voice and words that will help you alternatively find your way home, or question what home even means. This is, however, no singer-songwriter act. The Feed is a true power-trio, relying just as heavily on Ben Rowny’s melodic, grooving bass lines and Manuel Santillana’s full-on drum sound that recalls elements of both R&B and grunge.

The members of The Feed first began playing together in 2013 in several four-piece configurations. They released Dwelling, a six-song EP near the end of 2016, accompanied by a 7” vinyl record featuring guitar-banger “Weeds” on the A-side. They continue to perform regularly, finding even more energy as a trio, throughout the DC metro area while writing new material for their next release.