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Fri Nov 28 |
CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE (last show of the year)
with CROCODILE DARLINGS, COLLIN KILTY
Sat Nov 29 |
TOMMY FREED & THE SOUND
with THE BALTIC, ANDY NICOLAI
Sat Nov 29 |
AFTER STURGILL SIMPSON...
Sun Nov 30 |
PAGEANTRY
with THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, SPACE SUITS FOR INDIANS
Sun Nov 30 |
BRONCOS VS. CHIEFS
Tue Dec 2 |
COOLZEY
with AN HOBBES, JACK FLASH
Wed Dec 3 |
REDLINE ALCHEMY
Thu Dec 4 |
PAW PAW
with KATRINA STONEHEART, COLUMBIA FASCIATA, ZARICK, CHROMADRIFT
Fri Dec 5 |
SOLTERRA **CD RELEASE PARTY**
with EAT THE SUN
Sat Dec 6 |
DUSTIN WONG & TAKAKO MINEKAWA
with DUGOUT CANOE
Sun Dec 7 |
MIKE CANO'S MUSHROOM FUNK
with DEBAUCHERY TOMORROW
Tue Dec 9 |
LEFT COAST COUNTRY
with KIEL GROVE
Wed Dec 10 |
QBALA **EP RELEASE PARTY**
with STAY TUNED, KIND DUB, MC EVOLUTION, HENCH DUB, AWE of MAD SCIENTISTS (UNDERGROUND EXPERIMENTS)
Fri Dec 12 |
THE FABULOUS BOOGIENAUTS
with HAMHOCK
Sat Dec 13 |
DAX RIGGS
Sun Dec 14 |
BRONCOS VS. CHARGERS
Wed Dec 17 |
SIX O' CLOCK
with INSOMNIAKS, MEDI MAN, DANK COMMITTEE, S.T.O.I.C., FLASH MOB
Mon Dec 22 |
BRONCOS VS. BENGALS
Sun Dec 28 |
BRONCOS VS. RAIDERS
Wed Dec 31 |
DRAGONDEER NYE
Fri Jan 30 |
HOLY GHOST! DJ SET
Mon Feb 9 |
KARMA TO BURN
with SIERRA

Fri Sep 12 | KGNU and The Music Ninja Presents | 21+

ZAMMUTO  

DECOLLAGE

Doors open at 8 PM   |   Show starts at 9 PM   |   $12.75 ADV | $15 DAY OF SHOW





Sprouting from the same mind that created the Books - one of the most acclaimed and innovative groups of the past decade - Zammuto marks a deep reinvention of the highly detailed, genre-defying spirit that made seminal albums such as The Lemon of Pink andThe Way Out possible. Given the Books' success as an experimental collage-pop project, founder and namesake Nick Zammuto could have comfortably extended that thread. Instead he has given us a record that is progressive and forward-looking, intense and driven, with hugely varied rhythms and melodies.

The whispered, folksy vocals that became a trademark of the Books are for the most part shed in favor of an uncharacteristically confident, soaring delivery, often fueled by a wide array of vocal effects. The result is a man-machine sensitivity that ultimately enhances the songs' emotional intensity. With dense and beautiful string arrangements by Gene Back (the Books) and brain-warping drum performances by Sean Dixon, the radical and varied sound of Zammuto leaps out of speakers with a searing directness.

Making music that sounds and feels like no one else is nothing new for Zammuto, but making music that doesn't even sound like his own past is a whole other impressive feat in itself.

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