TBA Productions Presents

  • Charlie's American Cafe
  • 4024 Granby Street
  • Norfolk, VA
  • April 8, 2018
  • 7:00 PM to 11:30 PM
  • Price: $8 presale // $12 day of show

TBA Productions presents...

Acid Dad (Brooklyn, NY)

Acid Dad first appeared in the New York scene at the outset of 2015. After spending the year self-releasing demos recorded at their studio in upstate New York, the band garnered local praise from the likes of Oh My Rockness, Brooklyn Vegan, Consequence of Sound and Stereogum. After releasing their debut EP “Let’s Plan a Robbery” in February of 2016, followed by their first sold out show at Baby’s All Right, Acid Dad embarked upon a two month tour of the United States. Fresh off their first tour, which included numerous SXSW performances as well as appearances on Daytrotter, Audiotree and Jam in the Van, the band headed straight back to work in their upstate New York recording studio. While recording, Acid Dad continued to play one-offs alongside their contemporaries including Thee Oh Sees, Diarrhea Planet and Night Beats. At the outset of 2017 the band began writing, demoing and recording with the intention of creating their debut full length. Now part of the Greenway Records family, the album is slated for a Spring 2018 released followed by a world-wide tour.

Moonwalks (Detroit, MI)

Originated in Detroit's DIY scene, the band played in warehouses and makeshift venues across the city. Since then, Moonwalks have toured extensively throughout the US and Europe, as well as open for notable acts such as Thee Oh Sees, Metric, Kikagako Moyo, Priests, Cosmonauts, Wand, and LA Witch. Their debut LP, Lunar Phases, also recorded by Diamond, was released November 6, 2015 on Manimal Vinyl.
Moonwalks released their first 7' single, "A Little Touch of Gravity//Steam Train" on Brooklyn based Greenway Records in January 2017, and are set to release their international debut on Stolen Body Records (Bristol), In Light (The Scales in the Frame), January 26, 2018.

No Parents (Los Angeles, CA)

"People have long been saying that punk rock’s best days are dead and gone. Well, those people have obviously never heard of No Parents. If there’s one thing the Los Angeles punk collective knows, it’s how to make good head-banging, ‘70s-style rock music...No Parents emerged on the music scene in 2012. Zoë Reign is the band’s self-elected frontman and vocalist, Killian LeDuke is the bassist, Ryan McGuffin plays guitar, and there’s Monty on drums. The band was formed by Reign in Los Angeles after the dismissal of his short-lived rap project Chico the Man. After two years of practice and performances, they released their debut album May The Thirst Be With You in 2014. Now, after two more arduous years, No Parents is back again with the recent release of their sophomore album, Hey Grandma and the Greatest Hits. It’s punk, satire, and comical nonsense wrapped into one neat, little package." - Indie Band Guru

LADADA (Norfolk, VA)

"Ladada employs a blue-collar work ethic in how they’ve approached building a fan base, and it’s paid off in spades here. This show debuted new songs showcasing some tasty chops from both Schlater as well as the the rhythm section of James Robert Smith on bass and Bobby Rangel on drums. Jon Reynolds unassumingly rounds out the sound with quiet workmanship from the back of the room on a second guitar." - AltDaily

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