Milk Was A Bad Choice Holiday Party w/ Kid Bloom, Locus Pocus & Zachary Vito

Kick off your holiday season with a free Christmas disco courtesy of Milk Was A Bad Choice! Featuring a headlining set from LA's Kid Bloom!

2017-12-06T20:00:00-08:00

Wednesday, December 6

8:00pm - 11:30pm

Milk Bar

1840 Haight St., San Francisco, CA 94117
WedDec | 06
Milk Was A Bad Choice Holiday Party w/ Kid Bloom, Locus Pocus & Zachary Vito
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Milk Was A Bad Choice featuring Kid BloomLocus Pocus, & Zachary Vito (union pacific)
Doors 8pm, Show 9pm
FREE w/ RSVP, $5 Day of Show // 21+

Join us this December as we welcome Kid Bloom and their icy, disco-infused jams to SF! We've got a stacked bill with local support from garage rockers Locus Pocus and Zachary Vito of Union Pacific. Come draped in your best worst Christmas sweater and kick off your winter with the cheeriest of all holiday parties! As always, this show is FREE w/ RSVP or $5 day of show.

Kid Bloom (LA)
https://soundcloud.com/kidbloom

Kid Bloom are a five-piece psychedelic disco band based in Los Angeles, California whose sound is a mix between psychedelic rock, disco and pop influenced by bands like Earth Wind and Fire, the Beatles, the Strokes, Tame Impala, Phoenix, and more. Their 2016 debut "A Different State of Mind" EP laid the groundwork for their sound setting up the release of their self-produced record “A Long Kiss Goodbye". "Drawing from a lot of 70s pop and disco, we wanted to make a record that spoke to the different aspects of both of those genres," explains singer and guitarist Lennon Kloser. "We ended up completely re-inventing our sound and we are very excited about it."

Locus Pocus
https://locuspocus.bandcamp.com/

Locus Pocus is a newly emerging psych rock band bringing with them heavy fuzz riffs, dancey grooves, and hooks that you're guaranteed to sing in the shower for months on end. The band formed in the fall of 2016, with Kyle Chapman (guitar) and Daniel Markowitz (keys). They quickly added Michael Kipnis (drums) and Daniel de Lomier (bass) to complete the full instrumental lineup. The band played as an instrumental group until February 2017 with the addition of lead vocalist Nate Budroe. Mixing elements of groove based psychedelia, lo-fi garage rock, and jazz, the band has created its own unique ascetic which catches the ears of a variety of music fans.

Zachary Vito (Union Pacific)
https://soundcloud.com/zacharyvito/sets/2017-recordings

After putting out two wonderful EPs under the Union Pacific moniker, Zachary Vito has transitioned to releasing music under his given name. But have no fear - his charming songwriting still remains. Zach has a knack for catchy melodies that feel familiar yet brand new, and Union Pacific's latest EP, Living Alone in San Francisco, captures this balance well.

  • Milk Bar

    1840 Haight St., San Francisco, CA 94117

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

8:00pm - 11:30pm PST

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