The New Trust at Apgar Co-Op

Santa Rosa's the New Trust would be right at home in Oakland. The indie rock quartet draws evenly on aggression and patience, rarely broadcasting its next move: a tension that works as well in popular clubs as it does in secret warehouses. But its song titles seal the deal: "Chill the Fuck Out," "Wake Up, It's the Nineties," and "You've Got to Be Fucking Shitting Me" sound made in Oakland, like the chapter titles of some tastemaker cabal's latest report on pop culture. For now, the New Trust's upcoming visit to Oakland will have to suffice — the band plays the Apgar Co-op (921 Apgar St.) on Saturday, with support from Themes, Ole Hole!, and Santiago, a fellow Santa Rosa act featuring Gabe Meline of Tilt and the Mr. T Experience. 8 p.m., donations accepted.


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