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  • Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018

    JESSICA LEA MAYFIELD

    Written in the years since her last solo LP, Make My Head Sing, in 2014, and her 2015 collaboration with Seth Avett, Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield Sing Elliott Smith, Sorry Is Gone became the soundtrack to a highly personal and traumatic story. The Ohio-born Mayfield was quietly enduring years of domestic abuse, smiling and touring while she hid a brewing tempest – and the bruises, too. But lyrics don’t lie even as bruises fade, and they started to tell the tale of her marriage before she was even able to; songs often dark and dangerous and ready to confront and claim her life. Written primarily on an acoustic baritone guitar – out of necessity at first, in her thin-walled apartment – Mayfield started to process the years of hurt and uncertainty through words and melodies that helped her see the light in the darkness.

    With Sunseeker! This show is 21+ Tickets at STINKWEEDS.

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  • Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018

    Converge

    Converge is a four-piece American band, formed in the winter of 1990 in Salem, Massachusetts, United States. Playing a blend of extreme metal and hardcore punk, this pioneer outfit helped define a lot of the rudiments of the fast-burgeoning metalcore and mathcore genres.

    With Sumac, Cult Leader. All ages.

Jan 29
  • Monday, Jan. 29, 2018

    Al Jardine (Night 1)

    Music legend Al Jardine brings a storyteller’s style of performance to the stage in what must be the first show of its kind by any member of the Beach Boys. Joined by his son Matt, Al brings the epic tale of America’s Band alive from the earliest days of recording their very first song, “Surfin’,” up on through “Surfin’ Safari,” “Help Me Rhonda,” “Sloop John B,” and that magical year of 1966, right through to today and his debut solo album release, A Postcard from California. In an intimate acoustic setting, including rare images and video, Al Jardine takes us back into a history so improbable that it must have been meant to be. From meeting Elvis Presley to making Pet Sounds, these are the songs, stories, and harmonies that have moved generations in one unforgettable evening!

Jan 30
  • Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018

    Al Jardine (Night 2)

    Music legend Al Jardine brings a storyteller’s style of performance to the stage in what must be the first show of its kind by any member of the Beach Boys. Joined by his son Matt, Al brings the epic tale of America’s Band alive from the earliest days of recording their very first song, “Surfin’,” up on through “Surfin’ Safari,” “Help Me Rhonda,” “Sloop John B,” and that magical year of 1966, right through to today and his debut solo album release, A Postcard from California. In an intimate acoustic setting, including rare images and video, Al Jardine takes us back into a history so improbable that it must have been meant to be. From meeting Elvis Presley to making Pet Sounds, these are the songs, stories, and harmonies that have moved generations in one unforgettable evening!

Feb 02
  • Friday, Feb. 02, 2018

    Kid Koala (Night 1)

    Montreal-based scratch DJ and music producer Kid Koala presents a magical, multidisciplinary adaptation of his graphic novel Nufonia Must Fall. The story centers around a headphones-sporting robot on the verge of obsolescence and infatuated with a winsome office drone. Directed by K. K. Barrett, recently Oscar-nominated for Her, this live adaptation unfolds via real-time filming of more than a dozen miniature stages and a cast of puppets. Koala and the dynamic Afiara Quartet provide live scoring on piano, strings, and turntables.

  • Friday, Feb. 02, 2018

    Passion Pit

    PASSION PIT play effervescent, dance-minded indie electronica topped off by the distinctive falsetto of songwriter Michael Angelakos.

    With Courtship. This show is all ages.

Feb 03
  • Saturday, Feb. 03, 2018

    Kid Koala (Night 2)

    Montreal-based scratch DJ and music producer Kid Koala presents a magical, multidisciplinary adaptation of his graphic novel Nufonia Must Fall. The story centers around a headphones-sporting robot on the verge of obsolescence and infatuated with a winsome office drone. Directed by K. K. Barrett, recently Oscar-nominated for Her, this live adaptation unfolds via real-time filming of more than a dozen miniature stages and a cast of puppets. Koala and the dynamic Afiara Quartet provide live scoring on piano, strings, and turntables.

  • Saturday, Feb. 03, 2018

    Octopus Project

    On sale now!

  • Saturday, Feb. 03, 2018

    AJJ

    w/ Kevin McDonald, Xiu Xiu, Sundressed, and more

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  • Saturday, Mar. 17, 2018

    Burt Bacharach

    The Legend Burt Bacharach coming to Ovations at Wild Horse Pass!

  • Saturday, Mar. 17, 2018

    Ought

    Based in Montreal, Ought are a thrilling and adventurous quartet, delivering an earnest and exuberant post-punk: dextrous and exacting while bursting with propulsive and fluid energy, as indebted to Cap’n Jazz as to Talking Heads. The band shifts adeptly from sharp angles and stuttering counterpoint to softer edges and chiming flow, the instrumental interplay consistently whipsmart, supple and deceptively simple. Guitarist and vocalist Tim Darcy’s declarative, observational style ranges from stately, composed oratory to ragged, impassioned yelp, by turns wide-eyed and worried, but never submitting to cool irony or emotional detachment.

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