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Thursday 08 October 2015 – Pegstar Presents: Adia Vitoria * Moji * Cactus Cats (All Ages)

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Adia Vitoria‏ (Nashville, TN)

South Carolina native, Adia Victoria, is not your typical country music artist. The singer and songwriter reconstructs your view of the South, cancelling stereotypical images of boots, tractors, and whiskey and instead delivering angst and soul. Currently located in Nashville, Adia, along with bandmates Mason Hickman, Tiffany Minton and Ruby Rogers, has been making a name herself within the country music scene. But her exposure is purely from live performance, Adia has maintained mystery by only releasing a single song on the Internet. Her haunting debut track, “Stuck in the South” has left listeners earnest and in demand for more. Despite the growing buzz, Adia remains steadfast, explaining, “I guess we kind of wanted to do the opposite of what everyone in Nashville does and not throw shit all over Bandcamp and YouTube.”

Rookie Mag states, “ you can hear the soul-searching angst of the Southern experience every time she plucks a guitar string, but you don’t have to be from the South to connect with her music.” With influences that range Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline all the way to The White Stripes and Lauryn Hill, Adia Victoria creates what American Songwriter calls, “Southern Gothic blues rock that sounds like little else being performed right now.” Brittney Mckenna of American Songwriter describes “Stuck in the South” as “both wild and restrained, a cagey, almost paranoid blues that paints Victoria as a reluctant product of the troubled region that birthed her.”



Moji (Houston, TX)

MOJI is a three-piece indie-rock band whose style is based in blues and jazz. Conceived in February 2014 with David Garcia on drums, Troy Creagh on guitar, and Moji Abiola singing. Emotive and lush, each member of MOJI brings a sonically dynamic element to the listener; rhythms that change from hip-hop to rock in an instant, open chords that slink into sultry sambas, and the sweet lilt of a lover’s whisper that builds to a gale-force howl. MOJI has released their first EP, Desert Son digitally via CDbaby and iTunes and will be playing live shows in support of the debut. On the heels of their debut release, MOJI was nominated for three 2015 Houston Press Music Awards for Best Female Vocalist, Best New Act, and Best Soul/Funk/R&B Act.




Cactus Cats (Houston, TX)





Thursday, October 8th
doors 8pm
All Ages, tickets 8 advance, 10 day of

Ticket available at: http://www.stubwire.com/event/adiavictoria/rudyards/houston/10972/

Wednesday 07 October 2015 – Pegstar Presents Superhumanoids * Rush Midnight (All Ages)

Tuesday 06 October 2015 – Pegstar Presents Empress Of * ABRV * Children of Pop

Monday 05 October 2015 – Rudyard’s Open Mic Comedy Night (Free!! doors 7:30pm)

Sunday 04 October 2015 – Pegstar presents: Shannon and the Clams * Cool Ghouls * Mikey and the Drags (All Ages)

Saturday 03 October 2015 – PuraPharm * Casual Strangers * My Twilight Pilot * Nina Plemenos

Friday 02 October 2015 – Race to the Moon (CD Release) * Brand New Hearts * Middle Child (doors 8pm)

Thursday 01 October 2015 – Pegstar Presents: Teen Daze * Heavenly Beat

Tuesday 29 September 2015 – Houligan Collective Presents: The Parasites * Something Fierce * Mutant Love * The Turnaways

Monday 28 September 2015 – Rudyard’s Open Mic Comedy Night (Free!! doors 7:30pm)

Saturday 26 September 2015 – The Secret Group Presents: Throwing Shade (doors 8pm)