Fri, Feb 17 / Doors at 7pm - Show at 8pm

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Irukandji Physics of Fusion
Black Plastic Clouds
Holy Pistola

$10 adv - $12 doo
7pm doors / 8pm start

Irukandji Physics of Fusion
Irukandji was founded in Seattle in 2007.  They began performing locally and soon rose to prominence, headlining almost every major venue in the city: Chop Suey, Neumo's, Nectar and more.  Irukandji has had the privilege to play alongside some incredible acts from around the world, including Bomba Estereo (Columbia) and Sola Rosa (New Zealand).  Members of the band have gone on to form other great local bands such as Evergreen Effect, Levels of Movement and A Consecutive Sequence.  This show, Irukandji will be featuring some of the most memorable players they have gotten to play with, including MC Doye, Phil Pilon and Phoenix Kowalski.

Holy Pistola 
Formed in the fall of 2014, Holy Pistola is a well rehearsed 10 piece band that seamlessly blends elements of Soul, Funk & Hip Hop. Our musical direction reflects a wide aray of inspirations across those same genres. Inspired by everything from 70’s Soul & Funk pioneers like Roy Ayers, Mother Father Sister Brother, Sly & The Family Stone to golden era hip hop artist such as The Fugees, Nas, Rakim &The Roots to more contemporary artist like Robert Glasper Experiment, Kendrick Lamar & Little Dragon.

Our #1 mission is to Move The Crowd! We believe we are able to achieve our mission through the universal language of music and it’s ability to reach out and remind us that we are all on this journey together. No matter the color, sex, creed or background…Everybody needs some soul!

Black Plastic Clouds
Formed in 2010 by original members Ben Bradley (guitar, vocals), James Bradley (drums, vocals) and Nick Marshall (bass, vocals), Black Plastic Clouds has evolved into a dynamic five-piece band with their unique sound of progressive rock, incorporating blues, punk, funk and jazz into the mix.
In 2011, BPC added horn players, Jasiu Pawlustiewicz and Randy Coté, and played dozens of shows and festivals throughout the region. In 2014, veteran saxophonist Dan Lenord filled the shoes of Coté, bringing a heavy baritone and synthesizer sound with him.

The band spent 2015 recording their new album, Memento, which was released this past March, followed up with a string of big shows throughout the Pacific Northwest. Memento is available on iTunes and Bandcamp for digital and physical sale.