This Week @ Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

  • Sun Dec 21

    • WINTER SOLSTICE SLUDGEFIGHT REMATCH
    • $5/$7 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Fri Dec 26

    • DENTON COMEDY COLLECTIVE presents:
    • The Day after, but still kinda is, even though it technically isn't christmas show
    • $5/$8 cover
    • 8pm doors
  • Sat Dec 27

    • i love math presents:
    • hair cult
    • golden joy
    • pearl earl
    • strange horse
    • $5/$7 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Wed Dec 31

    • a very denton new years with slobberbone
    • daniel markham
    • pinebox serenade
    • $7/$9 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Fri Jan 2

    • $1/$3 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Sat Jan 10

    • $5/$7 cover
    • 9pm doors

Saturday, December 20 - Acousto-matic

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Acousto-matic

  • $5 cover
  • 5pm doors

The curiously named "Acousto-matic" will be live and onstage here at RGRS on Saturday, December 20th at 5pm. $5 at the door.
All proceeds go to the Denton Humane Society.
Miss this show and you'll soon regret it, probably for the rest of your time on earth.

$5 at the door.
All proceeds benefit the Denton Humane Society.

Sunday, December 21 - WINTER SOLSTICE SLUDGEFIGHT REMATCH

WINTER SOLSTICE SLUDGEFIGHT REMATCH WINTER SOLSTICE SLUDGEFIGHT REMATCH

WINTER SOLSTICE SLUDGEFIGHT REMATCH

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Friday, December 26 - The Day after, but still kinda is, even though it technically isn't christmas show

The Day after, but still kinda is, even though it technically isn't christmas show The Day after, but still kinda is, even though it technically isn't christmas show

DENTON COMEDY COLLECTIVE presents The Day after, but still kinda is, even though it technically isn't christmas show

  • $5/$8 cover
  • 8pm doors

The Denton Comedy Collective and Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios Present:

The Day After, But Still Kinda Is, Even Though It Technically Isn't Christmas Show!

Come out, the day after Christmas to see Denton and Dallas' finest comics and have a laugh and a half!

The show will be headlined by:

Aaron Aryanpur (@aaroncomedian) and Brad LaCour (@BradLaCour)

And will feature:

Clint Werth (@ihatecomedy) and Scott Crisp (@scott_m_crisp)

Your opener will be:

Matthew Solomon (@MathewCSolomon)

And will include a special appearance by:

BatHog (https://soundcloud.com/bathog)

The show will be hosted by:

Alex Smelser (@alexcsmelser)

DOORS OPEN AT 8P

THE SHOW STARTS AT 9P

$5 for 21+ and $8 for under 21, at the door.

BRING CASH! THE DOOR ONLY TAKES CASH!

Saturday, December 27 - hair cult

hair cult hair cult

i love math presents hair cult, golden joy, pearl earl, strange horse

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Wednesday, December 31 - a very denton new years with slobberbone

a very denton new years with slobberbone a very denton new years with slobberbone

a very denton new years with slobberbone, daniel markham, pinebox serenade

  • $7/$9 cover
  • 9pm doors

A VERY RUBBER GLOVES NEW YEARS WITH SLOBBERBONE/ DANIEL MARKHAM/ PINEBOX SERENADE

Slobberbone
Daniel Markham
Pinebox Serenade
Doors open @ 9PM
$7/ $9

New Year's Eve at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios kicks off with the delightfully incendiary sounds of Pinebox Serenade, followed by the lovely and very talented Mr. Daniel Markham, and rings in 2015* with Denton legends (and Michael McDonald-era The Doobie Brothers aficionados), Slobberbone!

*Champagne toast at midnight!

YOU'D BE PLAIN STUPID TO MISS THIS SHOW, SO JOIN US FOR A SHOW THAT STARTS 2015 OFF RIGHT!

Friday, January 2 - HŮMΔN ŦRΔFFIC

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HOUSE OF TINNITUS presents HŮMΔN ŦRΔFFIC, AF / TV, BEACH PRIEST

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

HŮMΔN ŦRΔFFIC (KS) - ELECTRONIC DARKWAVE ELECTRO INDUSTRIAL POP SUICIDE FROM KANSAS CITY.
https://humantraffic.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/humanxtraffic

AF / TV - THE CRAZIEST ELECTRONIC MUSIC YOU WILL EVER HEAR FROM THE MADDEST MINDS IN MUSIC!!

BEACH PRIEST - SOLO WEIRDO ELECTRONICS / BEATS FROM A DEMENTED MIND WHO'S POSSESSED BY SOUND
https://soundcloud.com/beachpriest/eat-tha-cracker-cracker

https://humantraffic.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/beachpriest/eat-tha-cracker-cracker

Sunday, January 11 - xerome

xerome xerome

xerome, drippy units, cygnus, filth, j. lange

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

XEROME (NC) - New project of Lazy Magnet mastermind Jeremy Harris. Live electronics / Dark clubbed out dance music. Zoned out / tripped out techno grooves!

https://soundcloud.com/c-g-i-records/sets/cgi002-jerome

DRIPPY INPUTS (NC) - Experimental / twisted dance beats and squishy far out jamz


CYGNUS (NTX) - live hardware techno / electronic madness. not to be missed!

FILTH (DENTON) - Industrial noise / abstract industrial beats


J. LANGE (DENTON) - Far out weirdness and beats from J. Lange of Corporate Park

https://soundcloud.com/night-people-records/jerome-rest-stop-freeq
https://soundcloud.com/drippy-inputs
shop.cpurecords.net/track/cybrid-vox
https://filthtx.bandcamp.com/

Saturday, January 24 - the dangits

the dangits the dangits

the dangits, pink smoke, not half bad

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Friday, January 30 - yonatan gat

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yonatan gat, fun button, la migra

  • $10/$12 cover
  • 9pm doors

Yonatan Gat and his band are doing something you will not see anywhere else. The power trio sets up on the floor of every venue from giant clubs to basements—DIY style among sweaty dancing bodies—playing intricate improvisation sets that channel "everything from Afrobeat grooves to Middle Eastern folk melodies to straight up rock n’ roll noise, sometimes all within the span of one song – weaving the global smattering of styles seamlessly together like the great jazz musicians of the ‘60s," (The Bay Bridged)
Gat's reverb-drenched guitar offensive takes simultaneous lead and rhythm duties, backed by Gal Lazer's hard-hitting African-inspired grooves, and Sergio Sayeg's (of Brazilian garage rockers Garotas Suecas) pumping bass.

"Kaleidoscopic, a cosmically minded and punk-grounded improvisational journey" - SPIN

"Best Guitarist in New York, 2013" - Village Voice

"Monotonix guitar virtuoso Yonatan Gat has reinvented himself" - Time Out New York

"Yonatan Gat makes music that has no home. I say that because the guitarist and his band create a sound that is from seemingly everywhere and specifically nowhere at once, channeling everything from Afrobeat grooves to Middle Eastern folk melodies to straight up rock n’ roll noise, sometimes all within the span of one song – weaving the global smattering of styles seamlessly together like the great jazz musicians of the ‘60s" - The Bay Bridged

"A stew of Brazilian psych, pan-African rock, explosive punk, and outre lo-fi indie. Gat leads you through his music's many changes with guitar playing so wildly inventive and freewheeling that it sounds like he's making it up as he goes."- Chicago Reader

"While Monotonix exploits every cubic inch of a venue with vigor, Gat seems to want to scour every corner of the world, with equal intensity" - Chattanooga Pulse

"More explosive and cathartic than anything you could ever see on a bigger stage" - NY Press

"A surprise musical miracle. Watching Yonatan Gat and his band perform will blow your mind. The former Monotonix member’s live show leans heavily on improvisation and borders on performance art, incorporating signature lighting and expelling an incredible barrage of sound. However, one of the most enjoyable parts of a Yonatan Gat show, especially if you’ve seen the band before, is watching the new listeners, the unsuspecting folks who happen to be at the bar on a mid-week night, as the show unfolds. One guy in the front row stands with his hand on his jaw, staring, transfixed. Another rolls his head around his shoulders in synchronicity to the jolts of the song, occasionally rocking forward suddenly to accompany sudden musical shifts; with a shocked expression, his eyes look like they might burst from their sockets. Yonatan Gat is currently performing one of the most incredible sets in small to medium venues. - Pop Press International



Saturday, January 31 - paul collins

paul collins paul collins

paul collins, the rich hands, tba

  • $10/$12 cover
  • 10pm doors