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Kilby Court, Salt Lake City 84101

741 S Kilby Ct Granary District Salt Lake Cty
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
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Today's Shows

Sun, February 17, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Dreamgirl, Acid Tongue
Dreamgirl / Acid Tongue $10 ADV / $12 DOS

Upcoming Shows

Tue, February 19, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
The Waldron Brothers with The Rubies, Whole Milk
The Waldron Brothers $7
Wed, February 20, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Men I Trust with Michael Seyer
Men I Trust

Men I TrustFounded in 2014, Men I Trust, is an indie band from Montreal (Canada)composed of Jessy (bass/ guitar), Dragos (keyboards) and Emma (vocals/guitar). With smooth, chin-bouncing rhythms & bass lines, warm guitars and alluringly subdued vocals,longevity –in all its forms –is an underlying theme in their craft. At its most spacious, listening to Men I Trust feels like you’re gliding on a never ending wave; at its tightest, they still provide pockets of time to catch your breath.Men I Trust willrelease their third full-length albumin early 2019, with more tour dates to be announced soon. Watch these spaces for more information:

$13 ADV / $15 DOS
Thu, February 21, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Shoffy, RKCB with Satellite Mode
Shoffy & RKCB: See For Yourself Tour at Kilby Court $15.00 - $17.00
Thu, February 21, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
RKCB, Shoffy with Satellite Mode
RKCB & Shoffy: See For Yourself Tour $15 ADV / $17 DOS
Fri, February 22, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Current Joys with Gap Girls, Jenny Kelly, The LNRS
Current Joys

Current Joys is the enigmatic solo project of 25-year-old Henderson, Nevada-born songwriter Nicholas Rattigan. In addition to his minimal two-piece band with Jacob Rubeck, Surf Curse, Rattigan has been releasing a prolific catalog of heart-wrenching no wave ballads via Bandcamp under a handful of names (including The Nicholas Project and Tele/Visions), eventually choosing Current Joys as the permanent moniker, based on a song by folk-artist Liam the Younger of the same name. His newest release, A Different Age, documents the process of making art and the desire to create it sincerely in an era fraught with extreme irony, apathy, and nostalgia. Ripe with many of the emotions and conflicts that have influenced Rattigan’s songwriting in the past, A Different Age contains some of his most poetic lyrics and thoughtful arrangements to date. Rattigan started writing the material for A Different Age, his fifth solo album, in 2015, shortly after moving from Reno to New York City and the release of the album Me Oh My Mirror (the limited-edition cassette of which is now sold out, along with all his other tape releases). A Different Age has changed drastically over the past three years as a result of Rattigan’s relocations, with each city influencing and altering his work. He discarded and re-recorded various tracks many times over throughout the process. Rattigan’s work on the album spans across almost three years, primarily due to the success of his other project Surf Curse who released a new critically acclaimed LP, multiple tape re-issues, and toured across America and Europe since he began making A Different Age. He first wrote the title track, which serves as the album’s emotional core. A meditation on an artist’s place in contemporary culture, Rattigan sings about breaking free from outdated conventions over a driving beat and lush string arrangements that swell to a chilling static. Rattigan later revisits those themes throughout the record while also referencing the films and art that has inspired him. A nod to Brian Eno, the slow burning album opener “Become the Warm Jets” reflects on the power of music and the overwhelming feelings that hit when “that old song starts to play.” Later on, in “My Nights are More Beautiful Than Your Days” (named after a film by French director Andrzej Żuławski), Rattigan’s haunting vocals acknowledge the futility in trying to outrun one’s past. While most artists would draw influence from other musicians, Rattigan, a cinefile, is inspired by the works of several different directors. The vibrant, dark tone of the album is set to reflect the films of German new wave director Rainer Werner Fassbinder and the slow burning pace of the Belgian art-house filmmaker Chantel Akerman. As with his previous releases, Rattigan made most of A Different Age alone with a single guitar, drums, a loop pedal, and his laptop. After testing out many of the songs for the first time on the road and at sold out DIY shows in each of the cities he’s lived in, Rattigan consciously tried to distill the passion and spontaneity of his live performance into his recordings. He chose to leave many of the tracks desolate and sparse in an effort accentuate the emotional nuances of his performance. He also brought in label-mate Robert Tilden of BOYO to help record “Become The Warm Jets” and “A Different Age,” before eventually mixing and mastering the album on his own.

Sat, February 23, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Token with Kur, GFI
Token: Between Somewhere Tour

Ben Goldberg, known by his stage name Token, grew up north of Boston, MA. At a young age Ben was introduced to hip-hop and by the age of 6, began writing down his thoughts and emotions from events in his life and expressing himself through poetry. At the age of 10, Ben began putting melody to these lyrics and recording these poems as raps. What had started out as an outlet of expression soon became his passion. Rather than hanging out with friends as most kids his age were doing, Ben stayed at home continuously perfecting his craft and developing his artistry under his now known stage name "Token". Token began cultivating his fanbase at age 14 after releasing simple videos online of him rapping. By age 16, Token had won multiple online rap contests and has amassed over a million views on his YouTube page. Along with his growing social following online, he began performing all around New England, establishing his live show amongst some known artists. Two of his videos, one of which was made when he was only 14, went viral on Facebook accumulating a total of 6 million views. Fresh off his 17th birthday, Token released a new video that went viral on YouTube and hit a milestone of 500k views in only 3 days and has since passed one million. Having garnered quite a dedicated following, Token has received many celebrity co signs including the likes of T-Pain, Fred Durst (of Limp Bizkit), Platinum Producer Clinton Sparks, RA The Rugged Man and Hollywood star and Boston's own Mark Wahlberg who recently pronounced Token his "new favorite rapper".

$15 ADV / $18 DOS
Sun, February 24, 2019 (6:00pm - 8:00pm MST )
Andres with Dead Poet Society, Let's Get Famous, Poet Bones, Guilty Scapegoat
Andres $12
Sun, February 24, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Andrs with Dead Poet Society, Let's Get Famous, Poet Bones
Andrés $12
Tue, February 26, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Hot Flash Heat Wave with BOYO, Field Trip
Hot Flash Heat Wave

San Francisco indie-rock quartet Hot Flash Heat Wave rose to prominence in the Bay Area music scene in 2015 with the release of their 'Gutter Girl' music video, from their debut album Neapolitan, which was uploaded to YouTube and eventually made its way to the front page of reddit. Their versatile sound, at times reminiscent of golden 60s, power pop, dream pop, post-punk and indie rock, demonstrates a dynamic range of songwriting prowess centered around consistently infectious, sun-soaked melodies and guitar hooks. HFHW formed in Davis, California as a noise collaboration between Adam Abildgaard and Nick Duffy in 2010, expanding to a full band when bassist Ted Davis and guitarist Nathaniel Blum joined the group in the following years. Renouncing the traditional front-manned format of most contemporary bands, the four instead each contribute songs and share the lead. With the release of their sophomore album, Soaked, accompanied by a string of creative self-produced music videos in 2017, the group embarked on its first nationwide tour. Their first single, 'Bye Bye Baby', appeared on Canada's Viral 50 Spotify playlist. In 2017, HFHW released their sophomore album Soaked with OIM Records, which charted on college radio in the U.S. The band just finished up a national tour and SXSW visit with No Vacation to promote their new single 'Glo Ride' - a song released in collaboration with Broken Ent. Hot Flash Heat Wave will continue to release music and new videos throughout 2018.

$13 ADV / $15 DOS
Wed, February 27, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MST )
Foxx Bodies with Bitchcraft!, Horrible Penny, Fountain View
Foxx Bodies $8