Music: Renegade Lounge, Pangalactic play retro & futuristic variations on surf music Thurs., Feb. 21, at 7:30 PM

Instrumental combos Renegade Lounge and Pangalactic play Best Video Performance Space on Thursday, Feb. 21. The show starts at 7:30 PM and the cover is a sliding scale of $5-10 (pay what you can in that range).

Renegade Lounge marks the return of guitarist/singer Tim Goselin to his surf rock roots after an absence of five years. Formerly of North Shore Troubadours who crashed into the New Haven music scene and made their mark from 2008-2013, Goselin has formed a band to bring a combination of re-imagined hot-rodded NST songs along with a whole new wave of fretboard-burning tunes to the masses yearning for this rock & roll outlier – along with his Teenagers from Mars bandmates Chris Fasanella on keyboards and Brett Harris on bass, and Aaron Nobel on drums – with nods to punk, garage rock, rockabilly, and a healthy dash of lounge lizard-chic. Find yourself missing those hot July days sizzling down by the shore? Come to Renegade Lounge where the temperature is always perfect for a cold beer and a shot of badass rock & roll.

Pangalactic is a musical collective out of New Haven, Connecticut that has been together since 2012. Originally started as a power trio getting together for jam sessions reminiscent of early Pink Floyd, Explosions in the Sky, Slowdive, the band grew to play around CT as one of the premiere post-rock bands in the area. See, and hear, where they take you. Pangalactic are currently: Spencer O’Doy (guitars, keyboards), Bob Breychak (drums, percussion, keyboards) and Chris Serapiglia (bass guitars, keyboards).UPCOMING EVENTS (Music events start at 8 PM unless otherwise noted; screenings start at 7 PM unless otherwise noted):