The Wrongs, MRY, Bad Town, Turn Of The Century, MJ LaVine

The Wrongs

MRY

Bad Town

Turn Of The Century

MJ LaVine

Friday, September 6

Doors: 7:45 pm / Show: 8:15 pm

$12.00

This event is 21 and over

 
  • Turn Of The Century - 8:15
  • MRY - 9:00 
  • Bad Town - 9:45
  • The Wrongs - 10:35
  • MJ Lavine - 11:45

The Wrongs
The Wrongs
The Wrongs are a three-piece (guitar / bass / drums) garage / post-punk trio from Los Angeles.
MRY
MRY
MRY is the new project from Los Angeles Musician Sam Emery who started making music with the sole intention of offering an escape to those looking for a break from the mundane aspects of life that he had become so familiar with. After a sudden realization that the routine of corporate life wasn’t for him, Sam decided to make a break from the corporate world and soon found himself writing songs in basements and sleeping on couches during a period of Vagabonding in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park. Gathering inspiration from his musical influences ranging from Nile Rodgers and Tina Turner to Bruce Springsteen and Van Halen, Sam also was also inspired during his early mornings traveling along the coastline on the Pacific Coast Highway after finishing the night shift at a facility in Malibu. Sam drew from these experiences to conjure up a sound that paints the landscape of California.
Bad Town
Bad Town
Bad Town, a neo-jazz/punk quartet based in Los Angeles, fuses a sense of traditional jazz and the disarray of 70’s music culture to create songs that swell with colorful tones, haunting timbres, and existential angst. This native Californian band consists of David Melgoza (guitar/lead vocals), Josh Frank (bass/vocals), Daniel Franklin (drums), and Andy Pacheco (lead guitar/vocals). Described as an artful approach to experimental punk, Bad Town builds off of improvisational jazz and short melody accompaniments, with a nod to influences such as: King Krule, Leftover Crack, Metric, Streetlight Manifesto, Whitest Boy Alive, The Misfits, and Metronomy.
Turn Of The Century
Turn Of The Century
Formed in the city of Los Angeles, Turn of the Century offers a unique sound that combines alternative rock, punk, and old school metal. The founding member and lead guitarist, Jacob Wilder. Matt Mancia became the rhythm guitarist after hearing some of the songs Jacob wrote. Through trial and error, they began searching for their next members. Simon Hopkins joined the band as the bass player, but with his strong voice, the band knew he was a perfect fit for the lead vocals. Along with drummer, Nathan Wilder. Turn of the Century wants to bring back an old sound in a new way to create a new era of metal/punk/rock. Their debut singles “Stolen Crown” and “Illusions of the Greater Picture” were released in August, 2018. The full album, “Illusions” was released soon after; September 21st, 2018.
MJ LaVine
MJ LaVine
MJ LaVine’s music is an original combination of pop/punk rock infused with a touch of European punk rock attitude.
MJ has always aimed to write something worth listening to and hopes that audiences will enjoy her relatable, snarky lyrics set to upbeat rock tempos. MJ puts color and heart into all of her music.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/