Calendar of Events

March 2023
March 7, 2023
HOORSEES / Jason Priest
Show Starts:
8:00 pm
Show End:
11:55 pm
Doors will open approximately 30minutes prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
and up allowed
About the Show and the Artist:


“With a scruffy slacker demeanor coupled with emotive, heart-on-their-sleeve writing, the band perfectly encapsulates young adult boredom and frustration.” UNDER THE RADAR

“Catchy, fuzzy, and charmingly sardonic guitar-pop” KEXP

“The quartet brings those old school melodies we heard in high school back to life, while surfing a post-adolescent sensibility, somewhere between melancholy and romanticism." LES INROCKS

Following the 2021 release of their self-titled debut album, Parisian indie rock quartet Hoorsees spent the year in and out of lockdowns rewatching classics like “Weekend at Bernie’s”, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “Rush Hour 3” which inspired their new album “A Superior Athlete” out April 22, 2022 (Kanine, Howlin’ Banana).  With their continued interest in pre-digital pop culture, Hoorsees investigates the relationship between athletic fantasy and the apathy of domestic life. With lyrics name checking their influences including Modest Mouse, Pavement and Weezer, Hoorsees balances images of a banal daily life contrasted by colorful illusions – the kind learned about in movies.

Jason Priest

Jason Priest is the post-punk/synthpop alter ego of Antoni Maiovvi, an artist with immeasurable talent and almost as many creative aliases as he has releases under his studded leather belt. Maybe you know him as the co-founder of Giallo Disco Records, or for his previous work on Death Waltz Originals, or as the creative force behind a long list of horror soundtracks, both real and imagined. Now is your chance to know him as Jason Priest, the British punk rocker who heads to New York City in 1982 on the heels of a brand new record deal, only to spend the better part of the decade strung out on amphetamines and drowning in alcohol. Now, Jason is back in London with renewed energy from both the change of scenery and, more importantly, a newfound sobriety…