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Trunk Space (Grace Lutheran Church)

The Trunk Space has a new, stable home at Grace Lutheran Church, 1124 N. 3rd St., Phoenix, 85004. They continue to provide an open, uncensored space for performance and art of all kinds, with an emphasis on that of the weirdo persuasion.

Upcoming Shows for Trunk Space (Grace Lutheran Church)

  • Monday, May. 28, 2018

    Holy Ghost Trio / Tsone / Health Channel / Fella-Capes-Kasselman

    Holy Ghost Trio: Steve Jansen and John Q's sax and percussion excursions.

    Tsone: Tony Obr is a musician, sound designer, composer, visual artist and educator. He often works at the confluence of art, technology, and performance, focusing on innovative uses of sound in a non-musical context. He has released on a number of international recording labels including: Home Normal, txt recordings, Tessellate Recordings, Stereoscenic, Audiotalaia, Dark Era Tapes, and Pocket Fields.

    Health Channel: Windy Boijen and Jimmy Peggie are the Health Channel. They create improvised music, soundscapes and psychedelia via a multitude of inputs including banjo, bass cello, processors, drones, loops, electronics, percussion, field recordings and more. They have played together for more years than they can remember.

    James Fella- Grant Capes- Seth Kasselman: All three of them have worked together in various incarnations over the years but never as a trio. Who knows what the future will bring.

    All ages!

  • Tuesday, May. 29, 2018

    The Pauses / Koleżanka / On Leave

    The Pauses are on tour from Florida! They're bringing with them a wonderful acoustic set on the way to tour the west coast!

    Joining them are yr favs: koleżanka : kristina is back!!!

    On Leave: Rachael LeeAnne Steward, Michael Madrid, Ark Calkins and Matt Steward (RIYL: Snail Mail, Courtney Barnett) demo soon!

    Join them all at Trunk Space for a night of hugs and music! Doors @ 7pm Cover: $7.00 ♥ ♥ ♥

  • Wednesday, May. 30, 2018

    Peach Kelli Pop / Nanami Ozone / Pro Teens / GABI

    Psyko Steve & SELECT present... PEACH KELLI POP: Peach Kelli Pop is a band from Los Angeles, CA by way of Ottawa, Canada and was founded by multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Allie Hanlon. The band is known for playing Ramones-structured rock songs: Fast tempos, 4/4 drums, layered with loud guitars, and laden with immediate, infectious vocal melodies. Hanlon’s songwriting is unique in how it encompasses great emotional profundity and the use of the abstract and imagination.

    They will be joined by special guests: Nanami Ozone~your college-aged sister's best friend's favorite band. PRO TEENS~R&B and Surf musicians, Wendy's enthusiasts. GABI~sensitive rock ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ.

    Wednesday, May 30th at The Trunk Space! Doors at 7pm / show at 730pm All ages!

    Advance tickets available at Stinkweeds or online.

  • Thursday, May. 31, 2018

    Dear Nora / Nicholas Krgovich / Sean Pierce / FutureSleep

    Songwriter Katy Davidson (Dear Nora) ​(preferred pronoun: they/them) revived the band Dear Nora in January 2017 when Orindal reissued the thirteen-year-old album​ ​Mountain Rock​ on vinyl. The reissue received great acclaim and the band toured the west and east coasts last year. Spurred by the momentum, Davidson decided to create the first album of new Dear Nora material in a decade,​ ​Skulls Example​ ​(release date: May 25, 2018).

    Davidson's music represents a spectrum of styles encompassing classic rock, experimental music, ethereal pop, new age, punk, and R&B. Davidson writes lyrics with layered meanings that contemplate the vast realms and intersections of wilderness, humanity, morality, technology, late capitalism, and love.

    Joining them will be Vancouver based Nicholas Krgovich, Orgeon Based Sean Pierce, and locals FutureSleep. All ages!

  • Friday, Jun. 01, 2018

    Joe Vito & the Calamari Kids / sunlaand / Soft Ronnie / Snubnose Syndicate

    Joe Vito & the Calamari Kids: Nashville based indie chamber pop. Reunion show with the Calamari Kids; come relieve the halcyon days of years past!

    sunlaand: Skate punk & beach goth from the Valley of the Sun. Super good, super cool, super nice

    Soft Ronnie: Soft n tender tunes from Phoenix

    Snubnose Syndicate: Rap collective from Tempe, AZ. *debut show; stick around for their set!

    Schedule: 7:30 Soft Ronnie 8:15 sunlaand 9:00 Joe Vito & the Calamari Kids 9:55 Snubnose Syndicate

    all ages show // $5 // doors @ 7:00, music @ 7:30

  • Saturday, Jun. 02, 2018

    Live Electronic Music/Visuals

    A night of completely original, live, electronic music & visuals! $3 in advance (via paypal or venmo to Erica Lynne Erica Lynne) $5 at the door.

    These people are not just sitting back and pressing play, they are creating these things right before your very eyes, LIVE. Come chill with us and see how they do it, every person's set up is different. When artists create live, every set is unique, you're bound to hear sounds you've never heard before, so don't miss out! Complimentary Cookies with entry!

    Sounds provided by: E Alo + Spencer Ferrarin on Drums, I Am Hologram, Paul West, Wayward Sun, iff, Elikeneons ( Elikenagi + EONS ). Visuals provided by: Bryan Sarpad. Live Painting: Marsh Sale. Performance Art: Jenna Ma Shakti. All ages!

  • Wednesday, Jun. 06, 2018

    Lonesome Leash (LA)

    "I hesitate to use the term "one-man-band" because so often it echoes anachronism, kitsch, and a romanticized past. Walt is none of those things. He is a literal "one-man-band," but his music is so much more than that trope--emotive, tense, musical works on accordion, drums, and occasional trumpet, drawing you into his world."

    Lonesome Leash Lonesome Leash NOLA transplant, and you hear it in these eclectic songs. + LOCALS TBC. $6 at the door. Doors 7:30pm. Show 8:00pm. All ages.

  • Thursday, Jun. 07, 2018

    Scrunchies / Sugar Skull Explosion / Bitter Nasty / Corn Smut

    Scrunchies: A Minneapolis-based feminist punk rock supergroup, inspired by the likes of Mannequin Pussy, Priests, Hole and Sleater-Kinney.

    Sugar Skull Explosion: Horror punk family band of the future.

    Bitter Nasty: A pair of groovy, grungy punks.

    Corn Smut: Subversive folk.

    $6. All-ages. No drugs, no booze.

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