People’s Pop Pajama Party: Theophobia, Cope, Willis Willis, Skye Matlock & more at Rubulad tonight (SAT. 3.9.24)

Photo of Theophobia by @ward8studios from @wavyawards

THE PEOPLES POP PAJAMA PARTY: Come in your pajamas and “jammy” out to all kinds of live rock music. But that’s not all cuz there’ll also be stand-up comedy and absurdist hilarity. TICKETS HERE! DOORS AT 8 pm, shows begin at 8:30. With emcee SASHA VON DIDKOVSKY and performances by THEOPHOBIA, COPE, WILLIS WILLIS, SKYE MATLOCK, and TATE HOFFMASTER. Happening at RUBULAD. DM for address! $15.

The Peoples Pop Pajama Party was started by the members of Theophobia as a continuation of their notorious “themed” parties. The parties act as an extension of Theophobia’s theatrical performances and songwriting. The party is hosted by Sasha Von Didkovsky, a comedian born and raised in NYC. He’s received millions of likes on clips of his standup across TikTok and Instagram and has acted in multiple viral sketches. He runs Fun Gutter, a monthly standup show w/ a punk house band in Brooklyn.

Cope is a touring band from LA–they’re playing this show after a number of gigs at the New Colossus Festival–not to mention being old friends with Theophobia member Matt Ellin.

Willis Willis is the new solo project from Jeremy Willis, formerly the front man for The Listeners and Cathy. Originally from New Orleans, Willis is a long time Brooklyn resident, an acclaimed painter and one of the owners of popular Williamsburg night spot, Nicky’s Unisex.

Skye Matlock is an indie artist who crosses garage, grunge, and many other styles into their stripped-down intense music. Her debut LP was acclaimed by THE DELI as a dreamy reverie of lightly tapped ride and rimshot (shades of Peggy Lee’s “Fever” with Shelly Manne on drums) full of rococo rhythmic touches.

Stand up comedian Tate Hoffmaster is a multi media artist who works closely with Theophobia member Dylan Mars Greenberg. They have directed two feature films which utilize the unique blend of style and humor that they bring to their comedic performances.

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