Ryan McGibbeny c/o Gasparilla Music Competition
Hooch and Hive welcomes Tampa indie-pop expat Parrotfish residence from Nashville for an already sold-out present, and it’s not the primary time the West River venue has performed fish tank. The quartet played there in 2019 seemingly years earlier than 2020 occurred. St. Petersburg’s The Drain Outs open the Safe and Sound present, which kicks off a weekend of Hooch gigs together with one from husky-voiced punk songwriters Jeff Brawer and Buck Sands joined, partially, by cellist Melissa Grady on Saturday.
And when you occur to wish to enterprise out to Hooch later within the week, attempt Wednesday’s when DJ Cub brings his new weekly, “The Buzz” to the spot and performs new wave, synth pop and publish punk (suppose New Order, Pleasure Division and Speak Speak) all whereas the venue affords good vegan meals specials, too. Extra data on all of the exhibits is obtainable by way of Hooch and Hive’s Facebook page.
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