Secret American

Ages 21 and up
Thursday, December 22
Doors: 8pm
$15

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*

*Attendees are encouraged to wear masks while not actively drinking*

8PM – Doors
9PM – Show



SECRET AMERICAN (11:00 PM)

Secret American is a bi-coastal band from the U.S. blending indie soul with retro and contemporary pop-rock stylings. With vocals rich in moxie, a groovin’ rhythm section and sunny, twangy guitars, Secret American brings a fresh perspective to a time tested sound. The band’s lead vocalist and principal songwriter, Derek Krzywicki crafted many songs at home in Carpinteria, Ca. after his departure from the band Cheers Elephant, and eventually sought out the help of old friend and producer/engineer, Todd Mecaughey from Philadelphia, PA. Despite the distance, the duo began recording and collaborating fairly regularly for over a year in South Philadelphia’s Cambridge Sound Studios, as well as collaborating over the internet from their home studios. Eventually, the two sculpted Secret American’s debut album, “Warmth & Shelter”,  and since then the project has evolved and expanded the group’s studio experiments into an electrifying 7-piece live band.

ECHO KID (10:00 PM)

Wandering alone in the desert, treading thru the soft solitary night, crystalline silence of the mind, impenetrable as an atom, stars shining down bright, the heavenly light surrounds you completely. You are nowhere. The Lunar Sludge Band plays all night long forever and ever, they’re always changin, people always comin and goin and comin back again. But the band plays on long after we’re gone.

PARTY MUSCLES (9:00 PM)

 “Party Muscles are an indie rock band comprised of Colin Mccarry, Beau Everett Gordon, Tyler Pursel And Joshua Strange. The band was formed by Colin and Tyler after the two begin working at a record store together, struck up a friendship and found they shared a mutual interest in melodic guitar bands like The Strokes, The Libertines, Parquet Courts and The Hives as well as a shared affinity for power pop. The group melds an indie power pop sensibility with a lo-fi rock sonic aesthetic. They’ve just released their first single “She Goes To Juuliard” a song heavily inspired by the garage punk revival of the early aughts. Party Muscles are currently playing shows on the east coast and released their debut full length album “Does It Even Matter” in August of 2019.”