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Tune-Yards


with Mattress, Pearl And The Oysters
What should I do? Thats the question Merrill Garbus asks herself halfway through ABC 123, the stunning centerpiece of the new Tune-Yards album, I can feel you creep into my private life.In 2014, Tune-Yards released Nikki Nack, which NPR called dazzingly imaginative, while the NME hailed it as easily Tune-Yards finest work, and New York Magazine dubbed it possibly the catchiest record of the year. The album earned Tune-Yards performances on The Tonight Show and Conan in the U.S. and Later With Jools Holland in the U.K., along with sold-out international headline shows, support slots with Arcade Fire, The National, and Death Cab For Cutie among others, and festival performances everywhere from Pitchfork to End Of The Road. The album followed her similarly acclaimed 2009 debut, BiRd-BrAiNs, called ingenious and often irresistible by the New York Times, and their 2011 sophomore release, w h o k i l l, which landed on nearly every major outlets Best Of list and topped the Village Voices prestigious Pazz & Jop poll as critics favorite of the year. The new album is an unflinching examination of modern identity, intricately rendered in the manically infectious way that only Tune-Yards can. Drawing on a recent foray into DJing and inspired in part by C.L.A.W. (Collaborative Legions of Artful Womxn), her radio show highlighting female-identifying producers, I can feel you creep into my private life finds the band flirting with the dancefloor more than ever before, as four on the floor kickdrum underpins wild polyrhythms and slinky bass grooves. The atypical arrangements seem to defy gravity, bursting like fireworks one moment and retreating inwards the next as the band blends pop, hip-hop, soul, folk, rock, 80s house, African, and Caribbean music.While the album was written prior to the 2016 presidential election, its not difficult to hear hints of political anxiety throughout the record. On album opener Heart Attack, elements of vintage soul crash into frenetic drum machines as Garbus frets over the unraveling of progress, and the swirling Coast To Coast imagines a New York swallowed by rising seas.In addition to being the bands most pointed work to date, I can feel you creep into my private life is also the most fundamentally collaborative, with Garbus' long-time partner Nate Brenner co-producing, heavily influencing not just his basslines but also the shape of the songs themselves. This album is the most writing that Nate and I have ever done together, says Garbus. The first iterations of Tune-Yards were just me by myself, but this really feels like a true collaboration between us, and its the first record where Nate is listed as a producer. These songs are the result of what were each bringing to the table.If theres an underlying thesis to I can feel you creep into my private life, its that uncomfortable questions often come with uncomfortable answers. Garbus has always been known for pushing the limits of pop musically, but here she tests just how much weight the genre can bear lyrically, too, challenging herself to look inwards rather than simply point fingers and assign blame. Its a radical act of accountability, a candid self-examination delivered with ecstatic energy that calls on the audience to take their own long hard looks in the mirror. In the piercing silence after the record stops spinning, only one question remains: What should I do?

Venue:
High Dive
210 SW Second Ave Gainesville

When:
Thu, 27 Sep 2018 8.45pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


4u: A Symphonic Celebration Of Prince



Venue:
Stephen C. O'Connell Center
202 West University Avenue Gainesville

When:
Wed, 3 Oct 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Luke Bryan



Venue:
Whitehurst Cattle Farm
9817 County Road, 346 Archer

When:
Thu, 4 Oct 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ole Miss Rebels at Florida Gators Womens Volleyball



Venue:
Stephen C. O'Connell Center
202 West University Avenue Gainesville

When:
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque


SuicideGirls is bringing back a revamped version of the sexiest show on the planet for 2018! The Blackheart Burlesque is unlike any other burlesque act you’ve seen, filled with pop-culture references, a high-energy indie soundtrack, and the sexiest choreographed strip tease to make your inner nerd explode with glee. Choreographed by one of their very own, the show includes acts paying tribute to Star Wars, Stranger Things, Rick and Morty, Sailor Moon and lots more, in an insanely sexy, reimagined way!

Venue:
High Dive
210 SW Second Ave Gainesville

When:
Mon, 1 Oct 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


weekly on Wednesdays for 999 times

Wind Down Wednesday


Enjoy live Jazz and great wine – Seasonal wines are available for half price to give patrons the ability to find their perfect wine. $20 all you can drink house wine.

Venue:
Gainesville, Florida, United States
Gainesville, Florida, United States Gainesville

When:
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 7.00pm -
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 11.00pm


on various days

Between Riverside And Crazy



Venue:
McGuire Pavilion Black Box Theatre
687 McCarty Dr Gainesville

When:
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Mississippi State Bulldogs at Florida Gators Womens Volleyball



Venue:
Stephen C. O'Connell Center
202 West University Avenue Gainesville

When:
Sun, 23 Sep 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Atmosphere


with www.rhymesayers.com, deM atlaS, DJ Keezy, The Lioness
Defining success is not an exact science by any means. In some ways, its especially difficult to quantify ones success when they have a job that places them in the public eye, a position that is ripe for critique and high expectations. Perhaps those who best thrive in those scenarios are the ones who can navigate through all noise and continue to evolve and grow, both in their skill sets and as individuals.In many ways, that is an integral part of the Atmosphere story. Over their twenty-year career they have managed to continually tweak and strive to perfect their formula, while neither straying too far off their path, nor resorting to playing it safe. Starting at 1997s Overcast, the groups first official album, and traveling through 18 years of new albums, side projects (e.g. the Sad Clown series and Felt), and various collaborations, all the way up until 2014s Southsiders album, Atmospheres music has evolved in a way that differs from many of their peers and predecessors. A hard look at that evolution doesnt reveal the commonalities of following trends or struggling to fit in, by either over-extending in an effort to stay cool to the younger generation, or succumbing to the pressure people tend to place on artists to maintain the same sound from album to album. Instead, the Atmosphere discography evolves in a natural way. Musically, Ant has continued to define Atmospheres sound, ranging from a healthy mixture of upbeat and fun, to the oft more iconic, moody and personal. Through out the 1990s, Ant spent countless hours in his basement with a wealth of records, a keyboard sampler, a turntable and a 4-track, working with a whos who of the Twin Cities Rap talent of that time. Those experiences tuned his ear, molded his work ethic, and shaped his vision. In turn, those lessons have continually become more prominent in the Atmosphere aesthetic, blending live musicians and sampled production with his keen sense of how to compose a well-arranged song. As for the lyrics, Slug started his passion for rhyming with an obsessive-like penchant for the way words intersect, as well as how those words can be manipulated for unexpected and clever meanings. But, at the same time, early on Slug expressed an interest in doing more than simply proving he could be witty, but also writing about subjects that speak to people personally, as well as emotionally. These practices also naturally helped the Atmosphere fan base to expand beyond the usual independent Hip Hop audience, extending their reach to an alternative audience who also related to the personable appeal and emotional range of both Slugs songwriting and Ants musical backdrops. Particularly, Slug has been consistently successful in leveraging his understanding for the power of words, recognizing that a song containing the right story or personal perspective can be extremely effective in capturing and holding the listeners attention.Undoubtedly, the impact of Atmospheres music has been the roots to their long-term success, but their continued rigorous touring and performance schedule has been the vessel for engraining these stories and the legacy of the music into their fan base. Early on in their careers, Atmosphere stepped beyond the genre lines and performed shows through out the Twin Cities with Rock bands, Punk Rock bands, and Jazz Ensembles. This was directly influenced by the fact that both of them were already fans of a wide range of music. Although this was a natural reaction to being a fan of the music, that experience also afforded Atmosphere, and their Rhymesayers peers, the opportunity to witness first-hand the D.I.Y ethos shared by some of these other musical movements. Atmosphere began to apply many of these tactics and work ethics to their growth, which was specifically influential in the development of Atmospheres approach to touring. These strategies found Atmosphere expanding their tours into cities that few, if any, Rap artists were including in their routing. The result is a storied connection between the artists and the listeners, which has grown into long-term Atmosphere fans passing down that experience to their children and so on, and thus continually ushering in a new generation of Atmosphere fans. Early on in their touring excursions, Atmosphere shows were noted in history for challenging the idea that Hip Hop audiences had to be filled exclusively with scowl-faced males fueled by ego and testosterone. Instead they created an environment that invited women to join in on the party. All of these factors have led to a fan base that ranges from ages 14-54 and beyond, and one that remains solid, as well as ever evolving.As Atmosphere steps into their 21st year of making music, Slug & Ant show no signs of slowing, compromising or losing sight of their vision. Nor has time revealed any diminishing of those qualities that have brought them this far. As 2016 swung into gear, Atmosphere had already ended the previous year and led into another with a string of singles, and still have an abundance of music on the way, including their latest album, Fishing Blues. The title of the new album speaks directly to the sentiments that opened this bio; Is this the point in the career where Atmosphere chooses to step back, put up the Gone Fishin sign and reminisce about their successes? The answer, a resounding no, is found in the music, a collection of songs that both define and redefine the Atmosphere sound. Their passion and creative spark are as illuminate as ever. Slug and Ant still have plenty of stories to tell

Venue:
High Dive
210 SW Second Ave Gainesville

When:
Sat, 1 Dec 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Passafire, The Supervillains, Propaganjah, Skunkape




Venue:
High Dive
210 SW Second Ave Gainesville

When:
Sat, 13 Oct 2018 8.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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