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THE LIST: February 3 – February 10

Art Hotel 916

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Art Hotel 916 is an art exhibit that will be available from February 5-February 13 at an abandoned hotel at 1122 7th Street. The hotel is scheduled to be demolished mid-2016, and over 60 artists from around the world stepped up to make its final days memorable. Each room, including kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms, will be transformed into its own personal art exhibit. But after the exhibit closes, it will be gone forever. Do not miss this once in a lifetime (literally) chance. More information here.

Uncool Fest 2016 at 924 Gilman

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Definitely one of the coolest festivals happening all year. On February 5 and 6, from 6:30 PM to 11 PM, 924 Gilman (924 Gilman St, Berkeley, CA), will be holding Uncool Fest 2016. It is a festival to celebrate the release of Drive North, the brand new album by Bay Area band SWMRS. Some of the other bands also playing will be Sacramento’s very own Dog Party, along with The Frights, Danger!, No Parents, and more. Tickets are $15 advance, $20 day of show. Be there. Information here.

Pyrate Punx/456crew Presents Show at The Colony

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On February 6, starting at 8 PM at the Colony (3512 Stockton Blvd), Pyrate Punx Presents and 456crew are putting on a hardcore show that will be practically painful to miss. It will include local bands such as JKKFO, XMalcomX, Hemorage, Khaos Assault, and Public Execution. Also playing will be a Los Angeles band, Spit On Your Grave. $5 cover. Information here.

Bad Outlets, Anime Aliens, and Danny Grey at Luna’s Cafe

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It’s the simple shows that matter: good coffee, good music, and good friends. On February 6 at 8 PM, Luna’s Cafe (1414 16th Street), will be having a show featuring Bad Outlets, Anime Aliens, and Danny Grey. $5 cover. Find more here.

Life On Mars Art Show at the Blue Lamp

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We all miss Bowie.  Prior to his passing TUBE. put together an art show inspired by the man himself. Forty different local artists will be displaying their art, inspired by a randomly assigned line from the song “Life on Mars” by David Bowie along with music by Mondo Deco, SkyWalker and Klaiber. The show starts at 7 PM at the Blue Lamp (1400 Alhambra Blvd) on February 9. 21+. More info here.

Words: Vi Mayugba.

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