The venue was at capacity all night long, and Isaac Rother & the Phantoms kicked things off with their unforgettable combination of ’50s era rock ‘n roll and tongue-in-cheek humor replete with capes and spooky sounds. LA three-piece Cherry Glazerr had the crowd moshing with their lo-fi punk, performing tracks off their new album Haxel Princess. Fiery alt-rockers Cheatahs celebrated the recent release of their self-titled debut by playing several tracks off the album.
Closing out the show was local garage punk outfit FIDLAR played a raucous hometown show, fresh off of their tour with the Pixies. They had the packed house moshing and hollering throughout their set, giving them a real hometown welcome. Fidlar brings a lot of energy to their live shows and really got the crowd into it with fairly catchy hooks overlapping their traditional punk rock vibes.
There were plenty of songs I enjoyed form FIDLAR but the most memorable was the raucous “Wake Bake Skate”. Watch below.