The Absurd brings their rowdy brand of heavy groove-oriented music to the Virgil's famed dance-floor. It's fun and outrageous, but make no mistake: They are on a divine mission to get your booty shakin'.
ASHES OF LUNA returns with a vengeance. These space age dance-commandos boast an eclectic blend of art-pop, post-hardcore, and electronic, all centered around stadium ready hooks and thumping grooves.
Ned and the Dirt just returned from yet another successful tour. These valiant defenders of rock n' roll mash up 90s indie rawness with post-hardcore grooves and pop hooks to die for.
The Gooms open up the night with their rip-roaring garage rock. We're talkin' about a band fronted by a wild-eyed time-traveling madman from the past, with a hot extraterrestrial in coveralls on guitar (it's a convincingly human disguise) and an octopus for a drummer.
HEYBRADWHATSUP b side 9PM - 1AM plays jams to dance to. Lots of early 2000s hits, hip hop, r&b, maybe some Selena, and more.