This Week @ Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

  • Sat Mar 28

    • the beat dolls
    • from parts unknown
    • blankmen
    • $5/$7 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Tue Mar 31

    • $1/$3 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Wed Apr 1

    • The Club is Open
    • free/$3
    • 10pm doors
  • Thu Apr 2

    • The Club is Open
    • free/$3
    • 10pm doors
  • Fri Apr 3

    • danny diamonds
    • siberian traps
    • old potion
    • $5/$7 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Sat Apr 4

    • henry the archer
    • brave young lion
    • criminal birds
    • $5/$7 cover
    • 9pm doors

Friday, March 27 - Psycho Geoff's Birthday Party: daniel markham

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Psycho Geoff's Birthday Party: daniel markham, satans of soft rock, FISHBOY

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Daniel Markham (Denton, TX)

The Big Takeover
“…recalls Matthew Sweet if he had been a little more into Crazy Horse and Big Star had dug on Black Sabbath.”

Dallas Observer
“Markham’s deft handling of such universally inspiring themes as heartache, anger and uncertainty make for a new album of infectiously relatable songs that beg to be played on repeat.”

Bucket Full of Nails
“Almost a genre unto himself, Markham has again issued a focused rock and roll missive that’s loud and boisterous when needed without sacrificing production and musicianship.”

Saturday, March 28 - the beat dolls

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the beat dolls, from parts unknown, blankmen

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Tuesday, March 31 - peter j woods

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HOUSE OF TINNITUS presents peter j woods, filth, wet dreamer

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

PETER J. WOODS (WI) - While he splits his time equally between curating shows, running a label and playing in numerous groups, Milwaukee artist Peter J Woods' solo work resides within its own universe. Pulling equally from the worlds of harsh noise and absurdist theatre, Woods' performances build a sense of terror from simple imagery, muted text and an unpredictable barrage of silence and sound. His most recent project, "Impure Gold," represents this aesthetic and thematic sensibility through a multi-media approach that includes writing, theatre, concerts, photography and film. Woods has worked with a number of musical groups, from punk and metal bands like Galactic Cannibal and Mountain Language to collaborations with a wide range of experimental artists, including Olivia Block, Tatsuya Nakatani, xALLxFORxTHISx, Alex Kmet (of Climax Denial), and Phoned Nil Trio. He also runs FTAM, a record label and concert promotion organization that hosts a wide range of shows, including the annual Milwaukee Noise Festival for the first eight years.

Wednesday, April 1 - The Club is Open

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The Club is Open

  • free/$3
  • 10pm doors

Thursday, April 2 - The Club is Open

The Club is Open The Club is Open

The Club is Open

  • free/$3
  • 10pm doors

Friday, April 3 - danny diamonds

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danny diamonds, siberian traps, old potion

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Saturday, April 4 - henry the archer

henry the archer, brave young lion, criminal birds

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

The snow deemed this show cancelled back in Feb.

But the show must go on!




  • $1/$3 cover
  • 7pm doors


Mac Blake comes from the bearded streets of Austin, Texas. He’s performed at the New Faces of Comedy Showcase at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, SXSW Comedy, the Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival, Funny or Die’s Oddball Festival, and more. In 2013, he won the Funniest Person in Austin contest. In addition to stand-up, Blake is part of the acclaimed sketch group STAG Comedy, a regular performer at ColdTowne Theater, and co-host of The Mascot Wedding Show podcast.

Mac Blake was like the Russian nesting dolls of comedy, sliding joke inside joke for a fun ride down the rabbit hole of Austin weirdness. -

Mac Blake’s first full-length album, “Bird Drugs”, debuted at #3 on the iTunes comedy chart. It is the second release from Austin’s SURE THING RECORDS.



Duncan Carson is a comedian originally from Milwaukee, WI. Since moving to Austin he has performed on the Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival, the Limestone Comedy Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, and been a Finalist in the Funniest Person in Austin competition. He enjoys telling jokes more than anything else, and so far no one has asked him to stop.



Brendan K. O’Grady enjoys smart jokes about silly things and silly jokes about smart things. He’s originally from southern California, but now he lives in Austin, Texas, where he spends most of his time being thankful for air conditioning. Brendan has performed at lots of fancy, badge-based events, including the Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, the Chicago Comedy Exposition, and New Orleans’ Hell Yes Fest.


Founded in 2012, SURE THING has grown to become Austin’s most popular and acclaimed stand-up showcase. Every week, Duncan Carson and Brendan K. O’Grady present the best of the best of Austin’s vibrant comedy scene, and play host to some of the hottest names and fastest- rising comedians in the country. In 2014, the show’s success spawned SURE THING RECORDS, a full-service production label dedicated to helping comedians independently record and release full-length albums.

SURE THING has been featured by, The Austin Chronicle, The Austin American Statesman, Austin Monthly magazine, and many more.

Twitter/Instagram @SURETHINGatx


Wednesday, April 8 - Hotel Broslin Presents: TBA

Hotel Broslin Presents: TBA

  • free/$3
  • 9pm doors

Thursday, April 9 - The Demigs

The Demigs, Forever and Everest

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Friday, April 10 - machete western

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machete western, pearl earl, fun button, goldenjoy

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Saturday, April 11 - father murphy

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HOUSE OF TINNITUS presents father murphy, awen

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Father Murphy - Hailing from Venezia, Italy, Father Murphy are Freddie Murphy and Chiara Lee. Hauntingly beautiful down tempo, psychedelic folk industrial.

- Father Murphy live performance "brings some of the most deeply cathartic, industrial noise-folk out there. Peppered with execution clangs, hellfire hymns and more shrill vocal ramblings, its heavy, hypnotic backbone of thick electronic pulses and textures will consume you"
- The Boston Hassle.

- And since he was himself a priest, there was no need to call one. Father Murphy is the sound of the Catholic sense of Guilt. A downward spiral aiming at the bottom of the hollow, and then digging even deeper.
After having furiously performed all over Europe, toured North America with Deerhoof, Dirty Beaches and Xiu Xiu, been praised by the Archdruid Julian Cope, among lots of others, Father Murphy, with three albums and a plethora of EPs and limited releases, over the years became one of the most mysterious and enigmatic musical entities coming out of Italy, part of that community that Simon Reynolds started to call the new “Italian Occult psychedelia”.

Father Murphy just spent 6 months in Northern America, where did tour U.S.A. Canada and Mexico and where they recorded a new album. Once back they got invited by Michael Gira to play at his Mouth to Mouth Festival within Le Guess Who days in Utrecht, NL.
The tour for presenting the new album, called Croce (Cross in Italian) will start from Italy next February, for then going all over Europe and Northern America again.
The new album will be released by San Francisco based The Flenser Records.

Awen - AWEN - Texas Heathen Post-Industrial / Neofolk (Old Europa Cafe records, Italy).


Tuesday, April 14 - xetas

xetas, pink smoke, Super Sonic Lips

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

Thursday, April 16 - prawn

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who loves the sun presents prawn, frameworks, two knights

$8 presale

Fomed in Ridgewood, NJ in the summer of 2007, Prawn has extensively toured the US, self-released two EPs and one tour demo. The band self-released their first full length You Can Just Leave It All in June 2011 with Topshelf Records releasing it on vinyl that winter. The band followed up their first full length with an EP/LP entitled Ships in the summer of 2012 — which they made their first trip to Europe and the UK in support of over a five week tour. The band has continued touring throughout 2012 and 2013. A split release with Joie De Vivre is slated for a February 11, 2014 release and a new LP will follow later in the year.

Friday, April 17 - glitterature

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Thrwd magazine presents glitterature

  • $3/$5 cover
  • 9pm doors

Wednesday, April 22 - waxahatchee

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who loves the sun presents waxahatchee, the goodbye party

Tickets will be $12 presale:

and $14 day of show

Named after the lake not far from her parent's house in Alabama, Waxahatchee is the name of D.I.Y. songwriter Katie Crutchfield's band, which began in 2011 as a solo project, appearing first in the form of a split cassette with Chris Calvin. Katie had been writing songs since her early teen days and was playing with her sister Allison in the scrappy punk group P.S. Elliot for a time. That group disbanded around the time of a serious breakup, and Crutchfield stole away to her parent's country home where she recorded the songs that would become Waxahatchee's lo-fi debut full-length, 2012's American Weekend. The confessional if somewhat brittle songs on the project's debut gained Waxahatchee more exposure, and Crutchfield began performing in and around Philadelphia, where she now lived. She assembled a band to back her up live, and in 2013, the sophomore album Cerulean Salt was released to largely positive critical review.

Friday, May 1 - close encounters of the third eye: the return of freak the mighty

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close encounters of the third eye: the return of freak the mighty, class action, West and the Grooves

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

That's right, Freak the Mighty has RETURNED!

After YEARS of waiting, practicing, beer drinking, whiskey drinking, more beer drinking, some sleeping ,and a lot of quail encounters, the boys of FTM are ready to hit the stage and return to the Denton music scene, featuring some sweet tunes from our good buds in West and the Grooves and Class Action.

Lineup as follows:

12:00 AM Freak the Mighty

11:00 PM Class Action

10:00 PM West and the Grooves

Doors at 9pm

Saturday, May 2 - timeghost

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HOUSE OF TINNITUS presents timeghost, Ora Iso

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Saturday, May 9 - David Leibe Hart

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David Leibe Hart, New Science Project, Gross Bitch, Biscuithead, Beth Dodds

Presale Tickets: $8 @

David Nkrumah Liebe Unger Hart, also credited as D.L. Hart, (born April 19, 1955) is an American outsider musician, street performer, sign and window painter, artist, puppeteer and actor. He is best known for his appearances on Adult Swim's Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, performing bizarre puppetry and singing in a variety of voice characterizations. He is also known in the Los Angeles area for his role as a puppeteer on The Junior Christian Teaching Bible Lesson Program, a local public-access television cable TV program, as well as for performing with his puppet "Doug the Dog" just outside the Hollywood Bowl and Los Angeles Music Center after shows, where he is known to many concert goers simply as the "puppet man". He has also been known at times as David Hart, David Lieber Mintz, David Unger Hart, David King Liebe Hart and DL Hart.