Pale Moon Gang “Recapture the Spirit of Indie Punk in the Late Seventies and Early Eighties” 9:15pm
The Threads “NYC’s Most Dangerous Rock & Roll Band” 10pm
The Droogettes “A Clockwork Orange Themed All-Girl Oi! Band” 10:45pm
DJ set by Twig the Wonderkid
Sunday June 4th – Showtime 9pm
NegativeHate will be celebrating the release of our new album, Solipsis at The Cobra Club with special guests Akari and Fall Of The Albatross. Come join us for a night of fun and crazy mind bending music.
Admission: $10 at the door (21+)
NegativeHate (Progressive Ambient Metal)
“They make music for one reason and one reason only. Love of music. The end result is something that is evolving, along with the personalities of the creators. Their music is expressed in unfiltered emotional canvases of sound that beckon and sooth the ears of the adventurous listener and repel the ears of the listener seeking familiar sonic landscapes.”
Akari (Instrumental-rock band from NY)
“Akari is an instrumental-rock band from New York. Founded in late 2013 and fully formed in mid 2014, Akari is the culmination of each individual members influences and talents. With varying themes and vibes from each song, Akari has always pursued to capture the human experience through music. As musicians from different backgrounds, Akari has found a way blend each individuals style into a unique and unified sound.”
Fall Of The Albatross (Progressive Technical Jazz Mathcore)
“Chunks of meaty riffs, shredded notes, baked in a warm blanket of soulful emotions, garnished with odd time signatures, and covered in a drip of our finest jazz sauce. Served on a crackling funk skillet to audiences who desire the utmost diversity in their musical palette. It’s all of our favorite flavors carefully combined after years of music listening experience.”
Jagger Holly (EU)
Hopeless Otis (NYC)
Special Memorial Day Weekend Event!
dark 80s dance party edition
DJs Kym Malis & Tracy
Mollie Black behind the bar!
10pm, no cover
Come celebrate the release of my first solo track, “With My Friends” from my forthcoming E.P. at the Cobra Club, with my friends in The Silver Tongues and Noisebody, who will be transforming into their incarnations. A great time is guaranteed for all!
This time we are flashing back to the decade that saw the end of the Vietnam War, the shift of the counter culture movement, social unrest, iconic artists, decadence, and possibly the best music ever recorded. These performers will bring their artistic interpretation of that music. This show will certainly quench your funky, rock soul!
70′s Trivia and Raffle will ensue.
Doors at 9pm, Go-Go at 9:15pm
$15 at the door or online at http://
—The Shook Ones- NYC indie-rock group whose sound travels from 60s girl-garage to riot grrrl punk to surf rock to funky rock. Playing the Hoosatron stage at PI 2017
—K pasa USA- Queer Latin Pop on tour from Mexico City with an amazing performance heavy show
—Almost Aimless- political punk from the Bronx. Playing the Dispatches from the Underground stage at PI 2017
—Lady Bits- fierce BK riot grrrl and PI 2016 alums
Proceeds go towards helping to keep PI 2017 FREE for everyone, yay!
A variety show of biblical proportions, Church Night is the church service that services YOU!
Performances from Clark Jones, Wanjiko Eke, and Vada James!
Doors 9pm // Service 9:30pm
Shots-n-Tots Communion – Sing-a-long hymns – Happiness
Church Night is a comedy act that “updates Dana Carvey’s famed ‘Church Lady’ Saturday Night Live sketch for the Tim & Eric generation” (Washington City Paper). Reminiscent of A Prairie Home Companion on acid, Church Night’s eccentric, religious parody delightfully skews one’s perception of the American church. According to the unholy trinity that preaches the good word, it’s all about coming together, at the same time, in the name of the Lord, so pretty much everyone leaves a Church Night experience feeling super fucking #blessed.