Butterglory- Jabberjaw Cafe, Los Angeles Ca 12/4/94 xfer from DAT Clone Full Concert Live Indie Rock

I tried to find a picture of the exterior of Jabberjaw while it was in operation and it looks like there are zero photos. Here is how it looks now. I think I might know why there are none- that place was in a terrible part of town. So many friends/bands/etc have stories of being robbed and cars being broken into. Legendary club in a terrible part of town.
Here is Kevin Haynes’ recording of Butterglory when they played there in 1994. It’s pretty raw sounding, but that’s how the club was.

Recorded by: Kevin Haynes
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D7 and Sony ECM939 mic (I think)
Transfer Equipment: Sony PCM-R500 amd M-Audio audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert

Echobelly- KCRW Brave New World Live in Studio 12/3/94 xfer from DAT Clone

I was planning to post something else from this DAT and I came across this. It’s not on my list and not even labeled on the DAT. I went into sleuth mode and found out that the show they announced (Echobelly/Velocity Girl at the Roxy) took place on Wednesday 12/7/94, the Brave New World show took place on Sunday night, so I think that this is 12/3.
Being in Whittier at the time, I was just out of reception for KCRW. Huge thanks for Kevin Haynes (wherever he is) for documenting so much alternative and indie stuff in the mid 90s.

Recorded by: Kevin Haynes
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Performance

Playground- Press Club, Sacramento Ca. December 94 xfer from band archive VHS enhanced Davis punk

Matt Mason from Playground reached out to me last week and let me know that he had some more good stuff to share. Here is the first one- a full show from December of 1994 that is believed to be from Press Club. I wasn’t around Sac in 94, but that backdrop doesn’t look familiar to me. Can someone (Jay Onyskyn maybe) confirm or deny?
This is not too bad of quality for 1994. The audio is not great but listenable. The video was clean enough to let me brighten it and noise reduce it enough to bring our finer detail. Thanks Matt!

Recorded by: the band on a tripod
Transfer by Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HR-S9900U and Canopus ADVC300
Enhanced in adobe premiere, noise reduction via neat video

Live Concert Video