The Crocodile Presents:

Tuesday 9/28/21The Crocodile Presents:THE FELICE BROTHERSNik FreitasAl Olender$25 ADV / $25 DOS8:30pm Doors21+at Clock Out (Moved from Madame Lous)

Strict Tempo Presents:

Strict Tempo PresentsPhysical WashLunacyMvtantScuzz NunVox Sinistra Friday October 15th 9pm doors 21+$12adv/$15dos

Clock-Out Lounge Presents:

Clock-Out Lounge Presents70 ProofTrash FireStagThe Fixers 9pm 21+ $15adv/ $18dosOct. 30th Clock-Out Lounge requires proof of Covid-19 Vaccination OR a negative Covid-19 test from within 48 hours of the event, for all ticketholders.

The Crocodile Presents

Monday 09/27/2021The Crocodile Presents:GIRL FRIDAY / CRYOGEYSER$13 ADV / $15 DOS8:30PM doors21+Clock Out Lounge requires proof of Covid-19 Vaccination OR negative Covid-19 test from within 48 hours of the event.

The Crocodile Presents

The Crocodile Presents:Sunday 09/19/21 MEATBODIESAcid DadAcid Tongue$18.50 ADV / $20 DOS8:30PM Doors21+At Clock Out LoungeAll ticketholders must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination OR a negative Covid-19 test from within 48 hours of the event. But as much as it speaks to the disillusionment of a lost generation, 333 also abounds with theinnovation that limited resources can inspire. To set the Zeppelin III-styled pagan-campfire jamLet Go (333) in motion, Ubovich tapped out the beat with drumsticks on his pillow, whileNighttime Hidden Faces melds two completely different demos together, steering its Stereolabsynth drones into a mind-bending boogie worthy of Royal Trux. The instrumental Eye Erasermight be 333s greatest example of hermetic ingenuitywhat may have turned into a shoegazerager is instead rendered as a blissful union of brain-fogging fuzz and minimalist electro beats.Ironically, by working within a tighter lo-fi schematic on 333, Meatbodies have greatly expandedtheir palette, opening new portals to explore. And yet for all its free-ranging experimentation,333 arrives at a tidy, full-circle conclusion with the sundazed serenade, The Hero, a song thatUbovich sees as a logical bookend to the opener. As he explains: One is the id, one is thesuper-ego, Although I dont know which is which. Theyre both very sardonic and defeatist in alot of ways, but The Hero is supposed to be a little funnier, laughing at everything. Hes earnedthe right to a chuckle: For an album that wasnt supposed to exist, 333 is the ultimate testamentto Meatbodies renewed vitality.