Events Calendar

Hieronymus Bogs / CJ Melton / Andrew Kendall / Sam Thomas
Dec
22
7:30 pm19:30

Hieronymus Bogs / CJ Melton / Andrew Kendall / Sam Thomas

Hieronymus Bogs: A one man troupe whose performances embrace the ties between music, poetry, and art. The bearded Bogs, garbed in self-fashioned regalia, is known for imparting live shows with poetic recitals, looped sounds, and short vignettes that veer off the stage. Bogs' voice and off-kilter approach to songwriting is reminiscent of artists like George Harrison (The Beatles) and Syd Barret (Pink Floyd) while remaining clearly folk-based. Accompanied by subtle banjo, sleigh bell percussion, and his trademark dangling bells, Bogs allows his words and distinct voice to be the focus of his songs, while his recitations and actions remystify what has often in performance become habit.

Andrew Kendall

CJ Melton - experimenter extraordinaire

Sam Thomas

Marissa Sendejas / Chatter Box and the Latter Day Satanists / Ludlow Massacre / Andy Warpigs
Jan
3
7:30 pm19:30

Marissa Sendejas / Chatter Box and the Latter Day Satanists / Ludlow Massacre / Andy Warpigs

Three traveling folk-punk bands!

Marissa Sendejas: Boulder, Colorado-based folk-piano-punk artist. As a member of the DIY outfit Days N Daze, in the folk-punk duo Chad Hates George, and via her solo work, she's traveled to and through more than 30 states and has busked on roads from Weslayan in Houston to Main Street in Boise. She's played shows with  Jeffrey Lewis, Leftover Crack, Morning Glory, Blackbird Raum, and Cancerslug.

Chatter Box and the Latter Day Satanists: Also from Boulder!

Ludlow Massacre

With local folk-punk hero, Andy Warpigs.

Growl / Solid Brown / Uno Sideburn
Jan
4
6:00 pm18:00

Growl / Solid Brown / Uno Sideburn

Growl - from Austin, TX: "A band making solid indie rock that harkens back to indie’s infancy; the days of round-wound guitars, ride cymbals, shaggy haired dudes with no style or money or girlfriends, just a hard line on how to make a good tune." - Chris Galis, KINDFORM

Solid Brown: "Altogether, it sounds like a feeling of apathy while you're being rained on, or something to fill in the silent pauses of your coworkers, friends, classmates, and family members whenever you tell them about the weird stuff you think about all the time." - Mike Bogumil, Phoenix New Times

Uno Sideburn: Everyone has an older sibling or cousin or something who is in some terrible band that takes itself way too seriously. Uno Sideburn is more like one of your younger relative's bands that mostly just cares about having fun and has better guitar solos.

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Reality Show / Coed Pageant / Snail Quail
Jan
9
7:30 pm19:30

Reality Show / Coed Pageant / Snail Quail

Reality Show - from Denver: Rocky Mountain Ruckus Folk! Since they've been banned from Clear Channel stations due to "scheduling confiicts," Reality Show aims to occupy the blank space in your living room between commercial and commercials disguised as programs with acoustic irony and harmonic resolution.

Coed Pageant - relocated to Flagstaff from Illinois. Sweet indie pop duo!

Snail Quail

Morning Hands / Waytansea Point / Andrew is Tired
Jan
14
7:30 pm19:30

Morning Hands / Waytansea Point / Andrew is Tired

Morning Hands - from Oakland: Duo comprised of Douglas Du Fresne (of Diesel Dudes) and Patrick Tabor (of Tabor Mountain). Together they make sonically full pop music. Songs like "Swamp" are lush electronic pieces, comprised of multiple synth lines and catchy, hook driven instrumentals that are vaguely reminiscent of MGMT. The vocals are often punchy, and demonstrate a sound common in synth pop pieces, similar to vocal styles most commonly championed in the pop music of the 80's.

Waytansea Point

Andrew is Tired

CJ Boyd
Jan
15
7:30 pm19:30

CJ Boyd

CJ Boyd: Uses bass, voice, and loops to try and stop time. Oceans of sound become naked, lonely melodies that become something not yet determined. Since March 2008, this low-end vagabond has been on a perpetual tour throughout North America and Europe.

He frequently improvises with musicians from all over the place, and has recorded with Sandro Perri, Chris Schlarb, DMA, Danny Grody, and many others. In addition, CJ runs the music label Obsolete Media Objects.

Locals TBA.

Idaho Green / Paper Genie / Eating Amongst Friends / Leftovers
Jan
19
7:30 pm19:30

Idaho Green / Paper Genie / Eating Amongst Friends / Leftovers

Every Monday should be a holiday, and this one already happens to be one! Let's celebrate!!

Idaho Green - on tour from Billings! New release on Wiener Records. They blasted through a high-energy set last June...on a Monday, of course! Let's welcome them back with open hearts!

Local lineup hand-picked for maximum fun...

Paper Genie

Leftovers

Eating Amongst Friends

FREE potato chips while supplies last! The chips will be opened during Idaho Green's set, so you must see the touring band to claim your free chips!

Grace Weber / Alli Gato / Ana Log
Jan
20
7:30 pm19:30

Grace Weber / Alli Gato / Ana Log

Grace Weber, from Brooklyn: Often labeled an “old soul,” Grace’s music is grounded in powerful soul, roots, and gospel sounds, with her voice and songwriting as the centerpiece. She has performed nationally and internationally, including appearances on Oprah, Showtime at the Apollo, NPR’s Mountain Stage, The Today Show, World Café Live, the Barns at Wolf Trap, and the Kennedy Center.

"I spent two years writing for the new album and in the end, I picked the songs that resonated most with me and my listeners. I didn’t want this record to be perfect, I wanted to it to be real. I’m naming the record The Refinery because I look at my journey as an artist over the past two years being a refinement in a lot of ways. My refinement, though, was a gritty, darker, dirtier process, one that taught me a lot more about myself and about the deeper parts of my essence. The definition of “refinery” is to convert raw materials into something of value. For my music, I’m trying to convert the rawness of my history and who I am into something of emotional value."

With locals Alli Gato and Ana Log.

Spring / The Blank Waves
Jan
22
7:30 pm19:30

Spring / The Blank Waves

Spring, from BC: In a big green and purple house on a pleasant mountain in Vancouver’s east side, four auditory wizards are brewing sounds under the moniker of Sprïng. Never eating or sleeping, surviving only on the sound waves of their psychedelic music, and relying only on the power of chance, Sprïng spent a year conjuring up the eleven spells contained on their debut album, “...a psychedelic, impressionistic and frequently complicated feat of musicianship. It often seems to present multiple ideas at once: lush pop harmonies and piano-led arrangements dive into acid-jazz breakdowns, switch gears with guitar squeals and folk strums, and back again.” – VUE

Joined by...

The Blank Waves

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Malcolm Tent / Run-On Sunshine / The Smiling Faces / Consumer / Space Alien Donald
Jan
23
7:30 pm19:30

Malcolm Tent / Run-On Sunshine / The Smiling Faces / Consumer / Space Alien Donald

Malcolm Tent - Connecticut punk legend, on tour: "I AM NOT A SINGER/ SONGWRITER. People have fun at my shows. I've been bashing away at one form of music or another since 1983. I'm a founding member of Broken Talent (known to punk record collectors the world over), Bunnybrains (globally recognized noisemongers), and Ultrabunny (a better version of Bunnybrains). In side projects, I've played with Profanatica, GG Allin, and Harvey Sid Fisher. I've been slinging my hardcore acoustic guitar full time since 2008."

Joined by local weirdos and/or rockers...

Run-On Sunshine

The Smiling Faces

Consumer

Space Alien Donald

Matthew O'Neill / Lucas Souto / The Lonesome Wilderness / Shrink
Jan
29
7:30 pm19:30

Matthew O'Neill / Lucas Souto / The Lonesome Wilderness / Shrink

Matthew O'Neill - As a young adult, instead of being swept into the current of big city living, Matthew sought out the experience of life in the American wilderness living nomadically in our national forests. A profound and dynamic connection to the natural world is the hallmark of his music. With one foot in the world of human kind and the other in the realm of the mystic, the music of Matthew O’Neill bridges the senses and intuition, encouraging its listeners at once to let go, tune in and get real.

His debut album on Lone Pine Records, “Campfire Cook,” brings together Matthew’s extensive musical history, with intimate acoustic pieces amidst more extended “passionate, trance-induced song explorations.” Known for an unrepentant, raw guitar sound, his solos bring us to the edge of our seats and the very edge of our known sonic vocabulary. Matthew, as an artist, stands apart from his musical contemporaries as a feral and unapologetic songwriter combining frequencies of both ancient and modern sound with lyrics of wild abandon.

With locals...

The Lonesome Wilderness

Lucas Souto

Shrink

Jeph Jerman / James Fella / Seth Kasselman / The Health Channel
Jan
30
7:30 pm19:30

Jeph Jerman / James Fella / Seth Kasselman / The Health Channel

Jeph Jerman "is ultimately capturing 'found sound' that our ears can tune into each day if we are willing to slow down and really listen. The Cottonwood-based sound artist scavenges the Southwest for his organic instruments, including pinecones, rocks, feathers, twigs, and dirt, which he records with the aid of contact mics, sculpting meditative white noise collages that explore antediluvian principles." -Steve Jansen

locals:

James Fella

Seth Kasselman

The Health Channel

Eliza Rickman
Feb
5
7:30 pm19:30

Eliza Rickman

Eliza Rickman: There is always a hint of menace and reservoirs of force haunting the corners of Eliza’s voice, whatever register it occupies. Her presence on stage—whether she wears flowers in her hair, or stuffed birds; whether she plays a Schoenhut toy piano or a grand piano—is an enveloping, soft darkness, impossible to ignore. It is quite a surprise that Rickman didn’t even realize she could sing until after she earned a degree in orchestration from Azusa Pacific University, because her voice is the most enthralling and salient feature of any on the tracks from her new album ‘O, You Sinners’. And this is saying something, considering her deftness as a pianist and her subtlety as a composer. Like Kate Bush’s work, or like PJ Harvey’s album ‘White Chalk’, the arrangements on ‘O, You Sinners’ are edged with dissonance. Like Andrew Bird, she favors pizzicato strings over junkyard percussion and complex lyrical melodies.

Locals TBA.

Pharmakon / Marshstepper / Lusitania
Feb
11
7:30 pm19:30

Pharmakon / Marshstepper / Lusitania

Pharmakon: The power electronics/death-industrial project of Margaret Chardiet, which has been operating out of The Red Light District collective in New York City since 2007. Unlike other experimental projects, Pharmakon does not improvise when performing or recording. She is concise and exact; each song/movement is linear with a clear trajectory. Perhaps more than any other style of music, noise is a genre almost exclusively dominated by male performers. Spin Magazine is apt to point out that her “perfectionism might explain why her recordings are few and far between — a rarity in a scene where noise bros are want to puke out hour after endless hour of stoned basement jams into a limitless stream of limited-edition tapes. Her music may be as cuddly as a trepanning drill, but it’s also just as precise: She glowers in measured silence as often as she shrieks, and every serrated tone cuts straight to the bone, a carefully calibrated interplay between frequency and resistance.”

Marshstepper: Members of Arizona punk stalwarts including Avon Ladies, Destruction Unit, Tempe SS, and Pigeon Religion here in their most industrial incarnation

Lusitania: Experimental metal from members of Gay Kiss, Dealing, Sacred Followers, and Detached Objects.

Friday the 13th Part 1: Easter Teeth / Saba-Oats / Uno Sideburn
Feb
13
6:30 pm18:30

Friday the 13th Part 1: Easter Teeth / Saba-Oats / Uno Sideburn

Friday the 13th Part 1! Scary! Fun! Wear a costume! With...

Easter Teeth - from California: A gotta-see-it-to-believe-it duo, Easter Teeth is what happens when the Eymann brothers pat their tummies, rub their heads, and smack, shake, or plunk every instrument in sight. It is very sweaty. Starting in 2009, Josh (vocals and drums) and Tim (vocals, bass, keys, and gadgets) set out to convince the world that their two musical loves, Soul and Hardcore, indeed belong together.

Saba-Oats

Uno Sideburn

Miss Massive Snowflake / Andy Warpigs / Soft Deadlines / Better Dead / Perfect Laughter
Feb
16
7:30 pm19:30

Miss Massive Snowflake / Andy Warpigs / Soft Deadlines / Better Dead / Perfect Laughter

It's Presidents Day! As good an excuse as any for an awesome show!

Miss Massive Snowflake - from Portland: Charismatic and playful...curious and clever progressive pop songs. Marries traditional familiarities and edgy concepts with catchy energetic rock, crafting deceptively intricate songs. Intellectually satisfying rock music!

Andy Warpigs

Soft Deadlines

Better Dead

Perfect Laughter

Sin / Fifty-Five Lions
Feb
21
8:00 pm20:00

Sin / Fifty-Five Lions

Sin - from Valdosta, Georgia...in their own words!: "We have been playing music together since we were little kids. We are tired of segregation among music/bands. especially in our small town. Everyone can listen to us whether you think you are "Hard core" or "Punk rock" or a wanna be hippie, doesnt matter. SIN wants to be your friend. We want you to get down to our music. Everyone! This earth is ours to SHARE stop drawing lines inside your mind. Peace, Love, And SIN...

With local love from...

Fifty-Five Lions

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Gilgongo Records "10 Years:" Sissy Spacek / Stephen Steinbrink / Cherie Cherie / Mallevs / James Fella
Dec
20
7:00 pm19:00

Gilgongo Records "10 Years:" Sissy Spacek / Stephen Steinbrink / Cherie Cherie / Mallevs / James Fella

Gilgongo Records hits 10 years old this December. To celebrate, Sissy Spacek will be coming out from Los Angeles to play the Phoenix area for the first time. A hyper-prolific project of sound artist John Wiese, Spacek have had 7 releases on Gilgongo over the years (2 7"s, 4 CDs and an LP). Their most recent 7" on the label (2014's "Incomprehensible Dehumanization") is scathing and obliterated noise-core at it's finest.

Stephen Steinbrink (currently from nowhere, USA), released his first few full lengths on Gilgongo (starting with his self-titled release under the French Quarter moniker in 2008). He recently released his 7th full length on UK's Melodic Records.

Arizona's Cherie Cherie were recently kind enough to allow their beautiful self-released 12" to be reissued on the label. Originally limited to just 100 copies, 300 more are now on their way (the band already has copies now).

Resurrected from a dormant state, MALLEVS will be treating us with an unexpected helping of primitive industrial / tape music. Their debut cassette on Ascetic House found it's way onto the LP format earlier this year; the band will have the final copies of this release available for sale at this show.

James Fella (who runs Gilgongo Records from his own home and in whatever spare time can be found) will have a "junk art" and "sound work" installation at The Trunk Space for the month of December. At the show's opening on December 5th, a piece which is meant to be performed for an infinite period of time using 4 12" lacquers, guitar and drums will run for the duration of the evening. A condensed version of this piece will open the Gilgongo 10 year show, promptly at 7:20pm.

Gilgongo Records was founded in December 2004 and has since released over 75 records and lathe cuts (and occasionally a CD or two) for artists across North America such as Shearing Pinx, Zs, Arrington de Dionyso, Stephen Steinbrink & French Quarter, Foot Village, Little Women, Woods, Raccoo-oo-oon, Bromp Treb, NO BABIES, Pigeon Religion, Wounded Lion, Olivia Neutron-John, Wasteland Jazz Unit, Tiger Hatchery, etc etc etc.

Gilgongo is distributed by Revolver USA / Midheaven, CTD Ltd. and in part by Ebullition. Aside from releases on the label, Gilgongo is also a mail order with 500+ new and used releases covering punk, free jazz, noise, dub, folk, etc etc etc (again).

The entire distro will be dragged out and set up for the 10 year anniversary show.

Hungry Cloud Darkening / Chandails / Hiccups
Dec
13
7:30 pm19:30

Hungry Cloud Darkening / Chandails / Hiccups

Hungry Cloud Darkening: From Anacortes, WA. Members of Mount Eerie, Stephen Steinbrink Band, Ever Ending Kicks. They released "Glossy Recall" on Holy Page earlier in the year but are now reissuing it on Off Tempo. Sounds like the poetry of breathing, the emptiness in meditation, your favorite pillow. Featured on NPR's All Songs Considered.

Chandails: The boys are back! Our hometown heroes are playing a special reunion show. Post-punk filterings of children song melodies. Buy insurance because faces will melt off.

Hiccups: Chaz strums her hands, yelps and croons, warms our hearts. Naive, outsider, childlike, and introspective musings on life.

Marcus M. Rubio Ensemble / Markus Rennemann / A Dog in the Rain / Nymphaeum
Dec
9
7:30 pm19:30

Marcus M. Rubio Ensemble / Markus Rennemann / A Dog in the Rain / Nymphaeum

Marcus M. Rubio Ensemble:

Peppy songcraft, deconstructed chamber pieces, or straight-up noise; these are the many facets of Marcus' music. Fresh from a graduate program at Cal-Arts, Marcus has won many awards and has played with Faust, Califone and Chris Cohen (Deerhoof) among others.

Markus Rennemann:

Intricate melodies weave through Markus' (with a "k") jazzy chords. Swooning songs that will make you want to see his cute cat tattoo (ask to see it).

A Dog in the Rain:

Meditative ambient pieces from number-one shredder Eric Dowswell. Stripped to only ideas and feelings.

Nymphaeum:

I'm not entirely sure what this will sound like, but anticipate only the best from processing master Garrett Johnson. A member of ASU's laptop orchestra (LOrkAS) and Bubo, Garrett will bring something different to the table (or the floor).

Therianthrope / Jerusafunk / Andy Warpigs
Dec
7
6:00 pm18:00

Therianthrope / Jerusafunk / Andy Warpigs

Therianthrope - from San Diego, featuring the nylon string guitarist Dusty Brough, tabla artist Miles Shrewsbery, and recently added Fabrice Martinez from Fishtank Ensemble. Their music is inspired from their diverse backgrounds in Flamenco, Balkan, Indian classical, jazz, Persian, and pop, to name just a few. They unabashedly break down genre barriers while reinterpreting the sounds of today’s jazz and other traditional music.

Jerusafunk - Arizona's first klezmer funk band!

Andy Warpigs - Folk-punk positivity.

James Fella - "Inactive Parts" opening reception, LP release for "Weak Left Input" and performance
Dec
5
6:00 pm18:00

James Fella - "Inactive Parts" opening reception, LP release for "Weak Left Input" and performance

James Fella - "Inactive Parts": Lathe cut records, junk / incidental art, copy work and audio installation at The Trunk Space // December 2014.

Opening reception, LP release for "Weak Left Input" and performance (6pm - 9pm).

Available for looking at and / or purchase: 20 lathe cut 7"s records / paintings, limited edition and standard edition of the "Weak Left Input" LP, one-off cassettes, "Inactive Parts" 2xLP (limited lacquer edition of 2), and a variety pf printed / painted materials.

Man-Cat release show! / Treasure Mammal / Boss Frog
Nov
21
7:30 pm19:30

Man-Cat release show! / Treasure Mammal / Boss Frog

MAN-CAT is releasing their first album. It is called CLASSIC ROCK. It is loud and grating and noisy. You can dance to it. You can eat it if you are hungry enough.

Their friends TREASURE MAMMAL and BOSS FROG will be joining them. The Trunk Space will have the highest concentration of sweat and dance and costumes and fist pumps in the greater Phoenix area on November 21.

There will be free MAN-CAT KISSING PRACTICE posters. There will be free T-SHIRTS. There will be free CELEBRITY VOTIVE CANDLES to worship the pop idol of your choice. There will be several televisions to consume the maximum amount of garbage.

We have heard word of protestors planning to gather at this event. Pay no mind. Ignore the naysayers and shake your rear end thoroughly.

Self Proclaimed Narcissist / Every Day / Andy Warpigs / Cruel Party / Jelena Gonzalez
Nov
20
7:30 pm19:30

Self Proclaimed Narcissist / Every Day / Andy Warpigs / Cruel Party / Jelena Gonzalez

Self Proclaimed Narcissist - honesty folk-punk from Oregon!

His new album "features songs about the same stuff I've always been writing about -- failings, odd dreams, relationships -- both romantic and otherwise, current and past, getting old(er), pessimistic views on people and existence, and good ol' fashioned self-loathing all around." His live sets demand your attention...come to this show prepared to be a part of it!

Every Day - from Idaho. Acoustic melodic-hardcore (and lo-fi instrumentals) with the intent to connect and grow with the ears to hear.

With three locals who all play their hearts out!...

Cruel Party

Andy Warpigs

Jelena Gonzalez

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Fea / Crushed Out / Sedusa / This in Mind
Nov
18
7:30 pm19:30

Fea / Crushed Out / Sedusa / This in Mind

Fea - featuring members of Girl in a Coma!

Girl In A Coma decided to take a small break so Nina could put out a really rad solo record. Jenn and Phanie thought , " Now that we have some time let's start a dirty messy punk band! ". Guitar players came and went and they ended up with a boy named Aaron. Singers came and went and they ended up with a gal named Letty.So there they are. No rules, no idea what exactly they are doing. All they know is that they're going to have fun.

Crushed Out - from Brooklyn. Electrified honky-tonk surf duo, out to melt your cold, cold hearts!

With locals...

Sedusa

This in Mind

Musée Mécanique / Swelve / AJ Odneal
Nov
17
7:30 pm19:30

Musée Mécanique / Swelve / AJ Odneal

Musée Mécanique - from Portland, new release on Tender Loving Empire, mixed/mastered by Tony Lash (Elliot Smith, Heat Miser, The Dandy Warhols, Loch Lomond, Ramona Falls). They weave wonderfully complex harmony into relaxing, seaside gazing pieces. With lush, wide Mellotron arrangements reminiscent of some old flavors like the Moody Blues, David Bowie, and King Crimson, they remind us that the old can still seem fresh and new. This doesn't keep them from getting to heady or daunting, though. All of their music combines just the right amount of accessible sing alongs with the intense craft keeping it afloat underneath.

AJ Odneal: Fun, acoustic music sure to make you stomp and smile.

Swelve: Rad sounds with climaxes galore!

Rubber Brother Fall Fest! Day 2: Playboy Manbaby - tour kickoff! / Black Stone Rngrs / Dear Rabbit / Mega Ran / Clay Martin
Nov
14
7:00 pm19:00

Rubber Brother Fall Fest! Day 2: Playboy Manbaby - tour kickoff! / Black Stone Rngrs / Dear Rabbit / Mega Ran / Clay Martin

RUBBER BROTHER RECORDS Fall Fest! Day 2...

Playboy Manbaby: Launching an assault on the East Coast! This show will kick off the first of 19 shows in 16 days, spanning most of the United States. Come say goodbye! Who knows what will be left when they're done!

Black Stone Rngrs - Clawed their way through North Texas’s urban mantle, finding the blood connections necessary to drink from their fermenting sonic emotions. The sacred marriage blends affection for modern electronic music with an urgent fetish for classic 4AD dreampop and noise. Swirls of synthesizers embrace dripping guitars and tantric rhythms and pulses. Healthy doses of noise are always comforted by soft waterbeds of the ambient and dreamy.

Dear Rabbit - From Colorado Springs. Return of this eternally touring Trunk Space favorite. "...A singular talent—a rarity we often forget exists in the post-everything world." -Joshua Levine, Tucson Weekly.

Mega Ran: A.K.A. Random. His songs are filled with all of the heartache, pain, triumph, tragedy and fun that come with everyday living. A Philadelphia native and Phoenix transplant, graduate of Penn State University and middle school instructor, Random speaks to the everyman, transcending race or class barriers.”I never want anyone to predict my next move,” he says.

Clay Martin: The Trunk Space's favorite son opens the show with a WOW.

Rubber Brother Fall Fest! Day 1: Petty Things - tour kickoff! / The Thin Bloods / Small Leaks Sink Ships / Pro Teens
Nov
13
7:00 pm19:00

Rubber Brother Fall Fest! Day 1: Petty Things - tour kickoff! / The Thin Bloods / Small Leaks Sink Ships / Pro Teens

RUBBER BROTHER RECORDS Fall Fest! Bringing you three straight days of music to kick off two tours and release a brand new album! It's gonna get crazy, warn your friends. Day 1...

Petty Things: They're starting things off right with a hometown throw-down of the likes of which has never been seen! Welcome them back after a long hiatus and wish them good luck! All-star lineup...

Small Leaks Sink Ships

The Thin Bloods

Pro Teens

Friends of Cesar Romero / TK and the Irresistibles / Canids / Luau
Nov
10
7:30 pm19:30

Friends of Cesar Romero / TK and the Irresistibles / Canids / Luau

Friends of Cesar Romero - from California.

With the shake of a tambourine and a quake of the pelvis, the pop-art garage-punks known as Friends Of Cesar Romero have crash-landed...devolved the electric-guitar beat-combo into a thing of Neanderthal beauty. Pounding, menacing, snarling, and unaccustomed to flowery futurism, the gang’s anthemic onslaught is ready to biff-bang-pow its way into your heart.

And hey, look who else is playing!

TK and the Irresistibles

Canids

Luau

Nathan Hubbard presents "Parameters"
Nov
8
8:00 pm20:00

Nathan Hubbard presents "Parameters"

Nathan Hubbard presents a 15-member ensemble performing three large-scale works entitled "Parameters."

Confirmed performers...

Nathan Hubbard - vibes/glockenspiel

Richard Bogen - banjo

Aaron Diaz - guitar

Stan Sorenson - guitar

Jacob Adler - piano

Paul McAfee - keyboard

Branson NeJame - keyboard

Ashley Oakley - keyboard

Chad Cole - electric bass

Alex Meltzer - electric bass

Jerome Salazar - electric bass

Peter Breslin - drumkit

Jacob Eary - drumkit

Jordan Tompkins - drumkit

Grand Ave Fest Music sale!
Nov
8
12:00 pm12:00

Grand Ave Fest Music sale!

Trunk Space will be hosting a music sale during the Grand Avenue festival. We will have multiple venders selling vinyl records, CDs, and tapes of new, used, collectable, and local music.