April 12
7 pm  $3




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Scientist, The White Flags, and Sky Archer

To download the poster, click on the above image or click here...  And see more amazing artwork by Chris Newberg here!










Gameboys, danger, high-energy, and good music - that's what you'll find in Scientist.


In early 2011, deep in the heart of Texas, Brandon DuBois and Jesse Schaefer began writing their debut, World EP. Produced by grammy nominated band, After Edmund, the band recorded the five song EP over the course of twelve months. Inspired by The Killers and Passion Pit, the record consists of five songs that are pop rock to the core and wrapped with an electronic bow. Since it's release, Scientist has seen remixes of their songs by Chad Howat of Paper Route and Grammy nominated Derek Webb.


Scientist is constantly in The Lab working on new videos and responses to The Experiment, a feature where people submit cover videos of Scientist songs, and in return, Scientist covers one of theirs. Along with that, nerd glasses and pocket protectors are sold at every show, and anyone who tags Scientist in a nerdy picture will end up on the website.


The Scientist boys can be found in the Mobile Lab on tour. Having shared the stage with Paper Route, Quiet Company, Kopecky Family Band, and bands of the like, they're promoting World EP with their captivating live show, complete with instrument switches, electronic breaks, and crowd participation.




The White Flags are an American rock band formed in Houston, Texas. They have an endearing and universal sound that is rooted in rock but incorporates aspects of many genres of popular music. Seth's impassioned, soul-bearing vocals combine with strong melodic instrumentals and infectious bass and drum lines to form the band's signature sound.

The White Flags was formed in late 2011 after Seth realized he'd been writing songs for a band concept and not a solo project (like he originally thought).  He called the band The White Flags, paying homage to a line from CS Lewis’ novel The Great Divorce.




Opening for Scientist and The White Flags will be Tucson's own Sky Archer, a band led by Scott Gillaspy. The band will perform a short acoustic set as a "preview" of the full set that they'll perform during our May 10 show next month! 


Scott is no stranger to GJs - he has performed as a solo act during open mic, and last year performed with his previous band, Azimuth Up