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Ghost Bath
08/18/17
With:
Idolist
Downtown Boys
08/18/17
With:
Greg Wheeler and The Polygamist Mall Cops
Quick Piss
Emma Ruth Rundle
08/30/17
With:
Jaye Jayle
Gloom Balloon (record release party)
09/01/17
With:
Glitter Density
Derek Muse Lambert
Gloom Balloon (record release party)
09/01/17
With:
Foxholes
Dustin Smith
Schwervon! (record release party)
09/02/17
With:
Greg Wheeler and The Polygamist Mall Cops
Easy Fruit
The Sleepover
Street Heat
09/03/17
With:
Plack Blague
Gosh
Younger
City Counselor
Hot Tang
Conny Franko
Odd Pets
Pizza Babe
The Host Country (album release party)
09/09/17
With:
Twins
Dustin Smith
Brother Trucker
Lich King
09/11/17
With:
Against The Grain
Hidden Intent
Cherry Glazerr
09/13/17
With:
Winter
Froggy Fresh
09/15/17
With:
Tires
Overcoats
09/17/17
With:
Yoke Lore
San Fermin
09/18/17
With:
Briana Marela
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears
09/22/17
The Huntress and Holder of Hands
09/26/17
Palehound
10/02/17
With:
Thunder Dreamer
Battalion of Saints
10/07/17
With:
The Cryptics
Traffic Death
mewithoutYou
10/08/17
With:
Pianos Become The Teeth
Dalek
10/18/17
With:
Street Sects
Underwater Escape From the Black Hole
Thee Commons
10/19/17
With:
The Vahnevants
Bob Log III
10/22/17
With:
CR Dicks
Goldblums
Greg Wheeler and The Polygamist Mall Cops
Eric Kennedy
David Ramirez
10/23/17
With:
Molly Parden
Selector Dub Narcotic
10/28/17
With:
Ramona and the Sometimes
Karen Meat
Har Mar Superstar
10/28/17
Trevor Sensor
11/03/17
Marc Broussard
11/04/17
Jessica Lea Mayfield
11/15/17
With:
Blank Range
Koo Koo Kanga Roo
12/08/17
With:
MC Lars
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Night Like This

Thu, August 17, Doors: 8:30 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 21+ - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Alternative Acoustic Music

Ghost Bath

Fri, August 18, Doors: 5:30 pm - Show: 6:00 pm - All Ages - $12  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Ghost Bath writes and creates under the assumption that music is an extension of one's own soul. They journey through the sorrow and sadness that all lives experience, but leave a glimmer of hope. They portray both deep anguish and angelic soundscapes that are sure to leave an impression on the listener. The band started in October of 2013 with the release of their self-titled EP on Solitude Productions (China). This was followed by their debut LP titled, "Funeral," which was released on Pest Productions (China) in June of 2014. "Moonlover" was released on Northern Silence Productions(Germany) in 2015. In 2016, the band was signed by Nuclear Blast Records.
With:
Idolist

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Downtown Boys

Fri, August 18, Doors: 9:30 pm - Show: 10:00 pm - 21+ - $10  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Downtown Boys are keenly aware of the increased visibility and credibility that comes with signing to a corporate-media conglomerate such as Sub Pop. They're using this platform as a megaphone for their protest music, amplifying and centering Chicana, queer, and Latino voices in the far-too-whitewashed world of rock. Opener "A Wall" rides the feel-good power that drove so many tunes by The Clash and Wire as it calls out the idea that a wall could ever succeed in snuffing the humanity and spirit of those it's designed to crush. "Promissory Note" is a bold self-introduction to the exclusive clubs that either ignore Downtown Boys' existence, or possibly worse, feign appreciation: "So what's the matter, you don't like what you see? I can't believe you're even talking to me!" Ruiz shouts that she won't light herself on fire to keep you warm, and, like underground rock pioneer Alice Bag's vitriolic verse, it's a claim you wouldn't dare question. "Tonta," one of the three songs written and sung primarily in Spanish, is an introspective and emotional portrait of anguish, and it calls to mind the mighty scrum of Huasipungo at an ABC No Rio matinee.
With:
Greg Wheeler and The Polygamist Mall Cops
Quick Piss

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a place both wonderful and strange

Sat, August 19, Doors: 9:30 pm - Show: 10:00 pm - 21+ - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Birthed of night and fire, Brooklyn-based Russ Marshalek's brain child of smeary electronics and sharpened emotions takes on its newest form, as an electronic trio of power (NOT "power electronics"). Augmenting the line-up in a Voltron-esque way are Shanda Woods, formerly of We Are The Wilderness and now solo under the guise of OKTI as a member of the Hathor Collective, and Laura Hajek, who also performs as indie-pop terrorist Edith Pop.
With:
Nite Nights
Flamablanca

Shady Bug

Sun, August 20, Doors: 5:30 pm - Show: 6:00 pm - All Ages - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Rainey twins Hannah and Delia have always been magic creatures, spinning fairy tales, acoustic guitar and warbly intuitive harmonies into shadow-dappled metaphors via their band Dubb Nubb. Shady Bug is Hannah Rainey's more earthbound iteration, expressing her experiences in the heart of STL's bustling DIY scene. On its debut album, tbh idk, it's thrilling to hear the capacities of an already impressive songwriter expand dramatically with the addition of creative, rocket-fueled drums and distortion in the classic loud-quiet-loud tradition. Endearingly weird bent notes abound, and the project doesn't sound like Dubb Nubb electrified - it's a true meshing of styles with her bandmates, who seem to be channeling equal parts Mac DeMarco and K Records. The band's occasional vocal harmonies are as crucial to the sound as the chorus effect on Hannah's guitar, and the whole thing rolls comfortably between casual and epic, a surprisingly polished sound from the underground.
With:
Glitter Density

Bret Koontz

Sun, August 20, Doors: 9:30 pm - Show: 10:00 pm - 21+ - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
Chicago by way of Nashville. Recording artist and Producer, multi-instrumentalist but first and foremost a songwriter.
With:
John Bellows
The Future Babies

King Cardinal

Tue, August 22, Doors: 6:00 pm - Show: 6:30 pm - All Ages - $5  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
"I moved to Denver on a whim," says King Cardinal founder Brennan Mackey. "I'd been living in Chicago, working a finance job that I didn't love, and I knew exactly what the rest of my life would look like if I stayed there. I decided I wanted to throw everything up in the air and see where it landed." It makes sense, then, that the cover of King Cardinal's stellar debut album, 'Great Lakes,' depicts a man catapulting himself headlong into the unknown, trading safety and security for adventure and excitement as he leaps over a protective railing. If the record is any indication, Mackey's own bold leaps have paid off in spades. Pushing raw roots rock into lush, sonically daring territory with hints of cosmic country and delicate folk, 'Great Lakes' showcases the five-piece group's exceptional musicianship and the powerful emotional depth of the vocal interplay between Mackey and fellow singer Texanna Dennie.
With:
Mississippi Jake

Brian Bradley

Wed, August 23, Doors: 6:00 pm - Show: 6:30 pm - All Ages - $7  Artist Website
The Vaudeville Mews presents...
With:
Shikimo
Syneva

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