This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. In an effort to keep everyone entering our establishment safe, The Clock-Out is requiring that patrons show proof of full covid-19 vaccination or a negative covid-19 test within 48hrs from the time of entry into the venue. Additionally, The Clock-Out is requiring that all performing artists also meet the above safety criteria. We will also be adhering to any state safety requirements that may be mandated at the time.
The Felice Brothers, Nik Freitas , Al Olender
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)
Sweeping Promises , Star Party , Rat Queen
Sweeping Promises , Star Party
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.