Idleminds and Outatime!
DC9 Nightclub Presents

Idleminds

Outatime!

Pretty Mean, My Heart, My Anchor

$12.00
All Ages
Idleminds and Outatime! At DC9

IdleMinds

Idleminds
Idleminds

IDLEMINDS is a five-piece punk band from Maryland. We bring the punk you thought died in the 90s and draw inspiration from heavyweights like Pennywise and Bad Religion. We’ve played with The Misfits, TSOL, A Wilhelm Scream, Riverboat Gamblers, and Swinging Utters. Since 2008, IDLEMINDS has been rocking Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and DC.

Outatime!
Outatime!

Outatime! is a Pop Punk band from Sunny Orlando Florida! Formed in 2015 by Mike and Justin after forming a friendship over hockey, dad jokes, and Pop Punk Music.

Outatime! brings together a nostalgic feel of the genre with riffs reminiscent of the old Drive Thru Records days, but lyrics that deal with real life situations and relatable issues. They bring an energetic aura to every show that comes out in their first single “Autumn Eyes” which is the first single off of their upcoming EP.

Pretty Mean
Pretty Mean

Hailing from the woods to the shorelines of southern Maryland, Pretty Mean is a new original project blending styles of rock, reggae, and modern music. PM fuses the members different backgrounds, different styles, and different genres; to create an all original, sometimes pretty, sometimes mean, river cruisin, backyard boozin, 10oz southern maryland sound.

My Heart, My Anchor
My Heart, My Anchor

My Heart My Anchor was created in the summer of 2010 by Sean McCamman, Matt Jones, and Daniel Thompson. The three individuals had been playing in different bands throughout time in Southern Maryland and got together to try their luck with a different style as soon as their projects disbanded. The three created three songs and took to Ellicott City, Md to record their very first EP. With production and song structure help from Nik Tyler and Shane Henderson(Valencia), the band ended up with three songs that they were proud of. The trio would hop onto any show that became available to them to help spread their music to anyone that was willing to listen to it.

Venue Information:
DC9 Nightclub
1940 9th St NW
Washington, DC, 20001