Upcoming Shows

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  • Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017


    MIM Musical Interludes Series featuring DuoHybrids: Old and New, Wood and Metal, High and Low Presents Flutes and More!

    Magda Schwerzmann (Professor, Switzerland) and Elizabeth Buck (Professor, ASU), flutists, present the history of flutes from ancient times to today. From native flutes, to traversos (Baroque flute), to modern flutes including piccolos and bass flute, you will come away with a delightful insight into why the flute has been so popular throughout the centuries of civilization.

  • Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017

    State Champs, Against The Current and With Confidence

    State Champs are a five-piece pop punk band from Albany, New York, Against The Current is a three-piece pop rock band from Poughkeepsie, New York and With Confidence is a four-piece pop punk band from Sydney, Australia. State Champs will be releasing a deluxe edition of Around The World and Back on May 5, Against the Current has a debut release out entitled In Our Bones while With Confidence has a debut album out by the name of Better Weather. All Ages Show

  • Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017

    Jungle Exotica Hipster's Extravaganza with Acapulco Five-O, Moonlight Magic, The Coconauts and DJ Johnny Danger

    The Rhythm Room hosts 60's Lounge Night with Acapulco Five-O, Moonlight Magic, a Phoenix-based lounge combo playing instrumental '60s-style exotica, bossa nova, samba and lounge music, The Coconauts, a reverb-drenched instrumental surf band based in Phoenix and DJ Johnny Danger. B-movies will be shown, be sure to dress to impress! 21+ show

  • Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017


    Pile balance their ferocious tendencies with moments of beauty, building tension with release never too far behind. Well known as "your favorite band's favorite band" and for a tireless work ethic, Pile have earned their following from years of DIY touring and a humble approach to uncompromising performances. Never afraid to switch styles, Pile's music has morphed over the years, embracing both the ferocious and gentle sides of punk, indie, folk, and noise rock, delivering their own brand of gnarled intensity.

    They’re playing at The Rebel Lounge on 04/26/2017 with GNARWHAL.

    This show is all ages.

    Tickets available at STINKWEEDS or

  • Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017


    Often described as the “sound of Maui,” HAPA’s music evokes a feeling that many people at different times have referred to as “heavenly.” The HAPA name itself reflects the diverse backgrounds of its musicians and the mix of cultures that converge in Hawai’i. The overriding quality of HAPA’s music is one of beauty and serenity, found in the majestic tones of the oli (chant) and mele (song), at the elegant movements of the spiritual dance known as hula, and the exhilarating, innovative sounds of the virtuoso slack-key guitar. Founded in 1983, HAPA played over five hundred live shows per year before releasing its benchmark eponymous first album in 1993, which still remains the top-selling recording by a group or duo in the history of recorded Hawaiian music. The album swept all six categories for which it was nominated at the 1994 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards, the Hawaiian equivalent of the GRAMMYs. In 2006, HAPA captured four Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards for its album Maui.

  • Ruca @ Copper Blues Apr. 26
  • Yoga Pants @ Old Town Tavern Apr. 26
  • Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017

    Sallie Ford

    There are artists who can command attention. They lean into their songs with an irresistible edge and total emotional connection and stay there. Sallie Ford is one of those artists. On her fourth album, Soul Sick, Ford gathered her strengths, took them into Portland’s Type Foundry studio along with producer Mike Coykendall (M Ward, She & Him) at the helm and created music that draws on all of her influences but still comes out her own.

    Molly Burch was exposed to the arts at an early age. Growing up in Los Angeles with a writer/producer father and a casting director mother, Burch's childhood was filled with old Hollywood musicals and the sounds of Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday and Nina Simone. After finding her voice in adolescence, Burch packed up for the University of North Carolina in Asheville to study Jazz Vocal Performance.

    With locals The Real Fits. This show is 16+ Tickets at STINKWEEDS.

  • Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017

    Orgone and Monophonics

    Pronounced with a long second "O," the Los Angeles band Orgone is dedicated to heavy, raw, adrenaline-fueled funk and sweat-dripping soul. With a core rhythm section of close friends and self-taught musicians steeped in local DJ culture, Orgone has spent the last decade expanding their roster and evolving a sound rooted in old school respect but pulsing with the force of the new millennium. Orgone has become a staple on the festival circuit while gaining a reputation among fellow artists as one of the baddest go-to backing bands on the planet. Be sure to check out their recent double album Beyond the Sun!

    Record producer, songwriter, executive, and co-owner of legendary Stax Records All Bell states tonight's opener is "one of the best live soul bands I have ever seen!" He is referring to Monophonics, a five-piece band from San Francisco, California. The band is touring in support of its most recent record Sound of Sinning, bringing its style of psychedelic soul to its fans.

    21+ show

  • The Frogstranglers * Poptop * Booya @ Yucca Tap Room Apr. 26
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