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Events happening near by Jehl Avenue Watsonville California USA



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Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Sat, 29 Sep 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Eagles Of Death Metal



American rock band from Palm Desert, California, formed by Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme in 1998.According to Jesse Hughes the name of this band originated from a tour the guys were on, before starting EODM, and the driver used to only listen to death metal. One day, the driver was playing some tunes, and one of the guys on the bus said: "This isn't death metal, this is, like, the Eagles of death metal!" Upon waking up the next day the boys started wondering what that would actually sound like, and the rest is Eagle Of Death Metal-history.The guys gave themselves other names in this band, Jesse Hughes is Jesse "The Devil" Hughes, Josh Homme is Carlo Von Sexron (or Baby Duck) and Tim Vanhamel is Timmy Tipover VanHamel.The band's concert at Le Bataclan in Paris on 13 November 2015 was one of the eight targets for a series of terrorist attacks. While the band was playing on stage three terrorists started shooting and bombing the crowd and at least 89 people were killed. The band members escaped the attack. Deftones was also on the site, they were to play in the same venue for three days from 14 to 16 November. They escaped too.

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Mon, 31 Dec 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


T.S.O.L.



US-American punk band formed in 1979 in Huntington Beach, California. The original lineup consisted of Jack Grisham (vocals), Ron Emory (guitar), Mike Roche (bass), and Todd Barnes (drums). Starting out as a politically-tinged hardcore punk band, the group moved towards horror themes and are considered by some as an influence on the early deathrock scene. The original lineup stayed together through 1983, recording 2 EPs and 2 LPs. Barnes and Grisham departed in '83 and were replaced by Mitch Dean and Joe Wood who was Grisham's brother-in-law, at the time. The Wood and Dean line up continued to record and release music throughout the 80s, shifting towards hard rock. Emory and Roche eventually dropped out, leaving the band with no original members. The original lineup reunited for some live gigs in 1991 but were unable to use the T.S.O.L. name since it was now controlled by Wood and Dean. Wood continued to tour under the T.S.O.L. banner throughout the 1990s, mostly in South America. In 1999 Emory, Grisham, and Roche regained control of the band name, and have continued to tour and occasionally record ever since. Barnes died from a brain aneurysm in 1999 after years of addiction issues.Members:Jack Grisham (vocals, 1979-84, 1991, 1999-present)Ron Emory (guitar, 1979-90, 1991, 1999-present)Mike Roche (bass, 1979-90, 1991, 1999-present)Todd Barnes (drums, 1979-84, 1991)Greg Kuehn (keyboards, 1982-84, 2003)Jay Bentley (bass, 1983)Joe Wood (vocals, 1984-91)Mitch Dean (drums, 1984-91)Marshall Rohner (1990)Jay O'Brien (drums, 2001)Billy Blaze (drums, 2003)David Bianco (guitar, percussion, 2003)Travis Johnson (drums, 2004-present)

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Thu, 3 Jan 2019 8.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bone Thugs-n-Harmony



Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is an American hip hop group from the Glenville section of Cleveland, Ohio. They are best known for their fast-paced rapping style and harmonizing vocals. In 1997, the group was awarded the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance with their song "Tha Crossroads". Since its conception in the early 1990s the group has been honored with numerous other awards. Bone Thugs are also the only artist to do acts with Eazy-E, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G., and Big Pun. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are also recognized as one of the most successful hip-hop groups selling 50 million records.

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Sat, 12 Jan 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Seven Lions


with Jason Ross, Au5
Producer Seven Lions has never had a problem breaking rules and transcending musical boundaries to satisfy his creative vision. Catching his break after winning a Beatport remix contest in 2012 with his dubstep-focused version of Above & Beyonds You Got to Go, Seven Lions, born Jeff Montalvo, garnered early support from the likes of Skrillex and his OWSLA label. 2013 tour dates with Porter Robinson and Krewella pushed Montalvo and his genre-bending production style to the forefront of the modern electronic music scene.Putting sheer technical production prowess to work in soulful, deep, hybridized creations all distinctly his own, the multi-talented musician is single-handedly changing the sonic landscape for future generations to come by bridging the gap between the soaring, ethereal vibe of trance and intensely adrenalizing bass music. His productions have seen stages at world-renowned festivals such as Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival (New York and Las Vegas), Electric Forrest, Electric Zoo, South by Southwest, and HARD. After several successful releases under the OWSLA label (his debut EP, Days to Come, reached #2 on the iTunes Dance charts), Montalvo released his highly anticipated 2014 follow-up EP, Worlds Apart, on Republic Records dance imprint Casablanca. Containing several notable features which include Ellie Goulding and Tove Lo, Worlds Apart debuted at #1 on the iTunes Dance charts, and the title track was also featured in Billboards Top 10 Electronic/Dance Songs of 2014 list. The EP also featured the smash hit and canonical dance track Strangers, featuring superstar vocalist Tove Lo. Strangers was a definitive track in what was perhaps the peak of American electronic dance music, and solidified Seven Lions as one of the scenes premier artists. In 2015, Seven Lions began releasing music in EP formats, devoting each EP to a cohesive idea and world found within the Seven Lions universe. 2015s The Throes of Winter hints at a larger seasonal theme, to be continued through to his future releases. When asked about the spark for this vision, he explains, "Since artists aren't releasing proper albums anymore, it makes sense to create something that's digitally artistic with real cohesion as opposed to tossing out singles and just haphazardly seeing what sticks I wanted to start making the music more thematic, interesting, and part of something larger.Bucking more trends and breaking from convention, his 2016 Creation EP [Casablanca Records] followed a different path for his latest body of work. This time, songwriting really took place on guitar, he explains. There are more acoustic elements in the songs, and that ties it together. I wanted to get a little more experimental. I didnt worry if something was going to be a big banger on the dancefloor or not. I just made what felt right at the time. Ultimately, Seven Lions continues challenging himself and musical genres. I want to do something different, he concludes. Everything doesnt have to fit into just one genre. I want people to walk away loving different kinds of music and sounds.This year saw Seven Lions once more travel across the country on his There and Back Again club-focused tour, in addition to hallmark festival appearances at Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, Life in Color, EDC Japan, Middlelands, Electric Zoo, and Paradiso, amongst others. This summer the sound-sculptor unveiled his highly-anticipated Where I Wont Be Found EP as well, continuing his always growing world, identified via these annual EP projects. The eight-track offering is a wondrous journey from start to. From the heavily streamed and critically praised Freesol, to the energetic future bass collaboration Rescue Me with scene upstart Unlike Pluto, Where I Wont Be Found reminds fans of what made Seven Lions who he is today - a singular talent in electronic music, and a producer who has always forged his own lane. In support of the EP and the year as a whole, Seven Lions will wrap up 2017 with a 20 date North American headlining tour with Tritonal (and Kill The Noise as support). Playing some of Americas largest theatres, the Horizon Tour hits LA (2 nights at the iconic Palladium), NYC (Brooklyns Hangar), Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco (Bill Graham), Toronto, and many other key locales.

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Wed, 3 Oct 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Front Bottoms


with Great Grandpa
An American acoustic-dance-indie-punk duo originating from Bergen County, New Jersey formed in 2006.

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Sun, 7 Oct 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Strung Out


with The Bombpops, Counter Punch
Strung Out has been comfortably residing over at Fat Wreck for close to 16 years now, but it's pretty clear that the guys are hardly resting on their laurels. The band has perfected its metal-infused skatepunk to ridiculously tight, guitar-shredding proportions, razor sharp licks pairing with precise, rapid-fire drumming to knock listeners over again and again. But as always, Strung Out's aggression is perfectly complemented by the slightly worn yet fiercely passionate vocals of Jason Cruz; the subtle tenderness he brings to the table keeps their collective power in check, ensuring there to be just as much heart as muscle in the proceedings. Fat Wreck ChordsSTRUNG OUT will be performing their classic albums "Suburbanteenagewastelandblues" and "Twisted By Design" in their entirety on this show!!!

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Sun, 7 Oct 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


David Bromberg



Venue:
Kuumbwa Jazz Center
320 Cedar Street Santa Cruz

When:
Sun, 7 Oct 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


David Bromberg



Venue:
Kuumbwa Jazz Center
320 Cedar Street Santa Cruz

When:
Sun, 7 Oct 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Hiss Golden Messenger



Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Tue, 25 Sep 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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