Events

Hundred Waters with Lafawnduh, VHS Vic

Sounding as if Stereolab, the Postal Service, Broadcast, Laura Nyro, and Björk were the Top Five of their collective playlist, Hundred Waters are a quartet from Gainesville, Florida whose soft combination of organic and electronic attracted the most unlikely of label bosses, superstar DJ Skrillex. Members Nicole Miglis, Trayer Tryon, Paul Giese, Zach Tetreault, and Allen Scott played together in various formations as friends back in middle school, but it took until adulthood and 2011 for them to become Hundred Waters. Living together in one house meant the band had a communal mentality, yet over time, a unique technique of the five members recording and composing on their own was developed, and soon jam sessions evolved into individuals working on the same songs but alone, in different rooms. The group felt that greater care was being put into the work and the results displayed it. The best results were released by the Elestial label in 2012 as the band's self-titled debut album. Skrillex caught wind of the release and signed the band to his OWSLA label that same year. AraabMuzik, Star Slinger, and Troublemaker were some of the remixers who contributed to their first OWSLA release, the 2012 EP Thistle. They returned in 2014 with sophomore album The Moon Rang Like a Bell, another dense patchwork of found sounds and precision electronics. Hundred Waters approached the album from a more experienced perspective, having had difficulty making the songs from their earlier recorded work translate easily in a live setting. ~ David Jeffries

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Dying in Vein

This latest film from Salt Lake City-based filmmaker Jenny Mackenzie is an intimate and deeply personal exploration of the opiate and heroin addiction crisis. The film follows two young women trying to get clean, a 22-year-old in recovery, a family grieving the loss of their son, and a team of ER doctors trying to save their patients. Through these four stories, the film explores the pill to heroin pipeline and the shame and blame that surrounds the disease of addiction. The film looks at the aftermath of the death of loved ones, the daily commitment to sobriety, the reality of considering treatment after multiple relapses, and the culpability of our medical communities in this crisis.

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The Lazlos

The Lazlos (Chris Orrock, Matt Seabury, Steve Lewis & Ricardo Romero) bring rhythm, roots and roll to Gracie's outdoor stage and covered patio. A splendid time is guaranteed for all. Music at 7.


The Lazlo Quartet

The Lazlo Quartet: Chris Orrock, Matt Seabury, Steve Lewis and Ricardo Romero bring their rhythm, roots and roll to Gracie's main stage.


INSANE CLOWN POSSE The Great Milkeno Tour

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The Doobie Brothers

Live at the Eccles presents The Doobie Brothers Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at the Eccles Theater in downtown Salt Lake City. Born out of Northern California’s chaotic, late-1960s musical stew, The Doobie Brothers’ rugged, real and authentic approach to rock and roll made them biker bar stalwarts. But their self-titled debut album in ’71 went beyond just leather and motorcycles, revealing even more musical layers; sweet three-part harmonies and rootsy, introspective, acoustic flavors. The Doobie Brothers’ legacy has been built upon not just hit records, but also an unrivaled commitment to musical integrity and a steadfast allegiance to their enthusiastic fan base. The bands ability to evolve in a constantly changing industry and connections to generations of listening audiences is a testament to their craft. TICKETS: http://live-at-the-eccles.com/events/doobie-brothers


Tank and the Bangas with Sweet Crude

Originating in New Orleans, Tank and The Bangas have all the qualities that relates them, to the city that birth them but a flair that separates them as well. Their performances range from being “One of the most energetic shows you’ll ever see” to “A gospel tent in Mississippi”. Rummaging through their sound like a thrift store hippie, you’ll find the Bangas to provoke a musical reference of Rhythmic Soul and Spoken word among other genres such as Rock, Gospel, Funk, and Folk. Combining the various musical techniques among the Bangas, coupled with the instilling play on lyrics from the lead vocalist; Tank and The Bangas have quilted a unique sound that singles them as one of the most distinctive groups to come out of New Orleans. The group has graced the cover of one of New Orleans most recognized magazines, “OffBeat” and recently won band of the year at the New Orleans Big Easy Awards. The group has opened for acts such as LiAnne LaHavas, PJ Morton, Galactic, Big Freedia, The Revivalist, and The Soul Rebels. Most recently the band was titled as the 2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest winners.

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Performance Art on Race, Class and Gender Benefiting the Sociology C

Join us for readings and spoken word pieces by Anne Cullimore Decker, actor and philanthropist; Janice Brooks, public affairs strategist, business consultant and actor; and the Truth Cypher, a community spoken word collective featuring Jarred Martinez and Saia Langi. The performances will be followed by a community conversation. Hors d’oeuvres before and after the event. All proceeds support the Sociology Community Scholarship Fund for underserved students in the Department of Sociology at the University of Utah. The event is free for students with a valid student I.D. but tickets must be reserved through box office. General admission tickets are $20. Call 801-363-7522 or online at https://tickets.saltlakeactingcompany.org/TheatreManager/1/tmEvent/tmEvent189.html


The Voiceless Screening

Join the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault and our community partners for a screening of the internationally recognized documentary, The Voiceless, features the stories of five male survivors of sexual violence. This powerful straight to camera film discusses culture, masculinity, and other important concepts. The film was produced by Vanessa McNeal and PLVTO Pros of Des Moines. Join us for this inspiring screening and panel event to learn more about the unique needs and experiences that men face as sexual violence survivors. Men are often the invisible victims of sexual violence this event will showcase and raise awareness of the often unspoken experiences of men who have experienced sexual violence.


POST MALONE STONEY TOUR

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