This Week @ Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

  • Wed Sep 3

    • Who loves the sun presents:
    • CLEAR ACID
    • POWER OBJECTS
    • PROBLEM DOGG
    • free/$5
    • 9pm doors
  • Thu Sep 4

    • HOUSE OF TINNITUS presents:
    • lechuguillas
    • terminator 2
    • heavy baby sea slugs
    • free/$5
    • 9pm doors
  • Fri Sep 5

    • PAN ECTOR INDUSTRIES presents:
    • BURNT SKULL
    • Jungle ruckus
    • CHINAKSKI, THE FURY
    • free/$5
    • 9pm doors
  • Sat Sep 6

    • DO IT FOR RECORDS presents:
    • FREE WEEK 2014
    • In memory of man
    • the spectacle
    • vinyl
    • cruella
    • free/$5
    • 9pm doors
  • Tue Sep 9

    • DJ Yeah Def presents:
    • 80's Night
    • free/$3
    • $1.25 10 oz Shiners/Miller Lights and $1.75 WELLZ
    • 10pm doors
  • Wed Sep 10

Tuesday, September 2 - bludded head

bludded head bludded head

bludded head, CeruLEAN GIALLO, Nervous Curtains, Nite Shadez

  • free/$5
  • 9pm doors

It's that time of year again: FREE WEEK 2014 @ RGRS!

What is FREE WEEK, you ask?

FREE WEEK is our annual weeklong 'fest' aimed at welcoming new and returning students back to beautiful Denton, Texas and showcasing some of the best and brightest musical talent this city has to offer.

Did we mention every night is ABSOLUTELY FREE?!?!?

So join us from MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th for the best party DENTON, TX has to offer!

Wednesday, September 3 - CLEAR ACID

FREE WEEK 2014 FREE WEEK 2014

Who loves the sun presents CLEAR ACID, POWER OBJECTS, PROBLEM DOGG

  • free/$5
  • 9pm doors

It's that time of year again: FREE WEEK 2014 @ RGRS!

What is FREE WEEK, you ask?

FREE WEEK is our annual weeklong 'fest' aimed at welcoming new and returning students back to beautiful Denton, Texas and showcasing some of the best and brightest musical talent this city has to offer.

Did we mention every night is ABSOLUTELY FREE?!?!?

So join us from MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th for the best party DENTON, TX has to offer!

BANDS TBA!

Thursday, September 4 - lechuguillas

FREE WEEK 2014 FREE WEEK 2014

HOUSE OF TINNITUS presents lechuguillas, terminator 2, heavy baby sea slugs

  • free/$5
  • 9pm doors

t's that time of year again: FREE WEEK 2014 @ RGRS!

What is FREE WEEK, you ask?

FREE WEEK is our annual weeklong 'fest' aimed at welcoming new and returning students back to beautiful Denton, Texas and showcasing some of the best and brightest musical talent this city has to offer.

Did we mention every night is ABSOLUTELY FREE?!?!?

So join us from MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th for the best party DENTON, TX has to offer!

BANDS TBA!

lechuguillas

Friday, September 5 - BURNT SKULL

BURNT SKULL BURNT SKULL

PAN ECTOR INDUSTRIES presents BURNT SKULL, Jungle ruckus, CHINAKSKI, THE FURY

  • free/$5
  • 9pm doors

It's that time of year again: FREE WEEK 2014 @ RGRS!

What is FREE WEEK, you ask?

FREE WEEK is our annual weeklong 'fest' aimed at welcoming new and returning students back to beautiful Denton, Texas and showcasing some of the best and brightest musical talent this city has to offer.

Did we mention every night is ABSOLUTELY FREE?!?!?

So join us from MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th for the best party DENTON, TX has to offer!

Saturday, September 6 - FREE WEEK 2014

FREE WEEK 2014 FREE WEEK 2014

DO IT FOR RECORDS presents FREE WEEK 2014, In memory of man, the spectacle, vinyl, cruella

  • free/$5
  • 9pm doors

It's that time of year again: FREE WEEK 2014 @ RGRS!

What is FREE WEEK, you ask?

FREE WEEK is our annual weeklong 'fest' aimed at welcoming new and returning students back to beautiful Denton, Texas and showcasing some of the best and brightest musical talent this city has to offer.

Did we mention every night is ABSOLUTELY FREE?!?!?

So join us from MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th for the best party DENTON, TX has to offer!

BANDS TBA!

Tuesday, September 9 - 80's Night

80's Night 80's Night

DJ Yeah Def presents 80's Night

  • free/$3
  • 10pm doors

Drink specials: $1.25 10 oz Shiners/Miller Lights and $1.75 WELLZ

Wednesday, September 10 - joey cape

joey cape joey cape

one week records presents joey cape, Chris cresswell, Brian walstrom

"A One Week Record is ten songs that are recorded in seven days. The records are produced in my home studio. The artist is invited to my house to eat, drink, sleep and record music for one week. Given the limited schedule, there is no time to overproduce. The idea stems from my long-time love affair with demos. I am often disappointed with the big production that follows. I don’t want to hear what the studio sounds like, I want to hear what the artist sounds like. The goal here at One Week Records is to produce high quality recordings that are an honest representation of an artist’ creativity." – Joey Cape

You know him from Lagwagon, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes as well as Bad Astronaut, Joey Cape. Come see him perform as well as promote his brand new record company ONE WEEK RECORDS.

Chris Cresswell is from The Flatliners: http://www.oneweekrecords.com/chris-cresswell/

Brian Wahlstrom, piano punk from San Diego, CA.

www.oneweekrecords.com/
www.joeycape.com/
www.oneweekrecords.com/chris-cresswell/
https://www.facebook.com/brianwahlstrommusic/info

Thursday, September 11 - baathaus

baathaus baathaus

baathaus, big dipper, love inks

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

BAATHHAUS (formerly DAAN) is a Chicago based queer-performance-art-group-band comprised of multidisciplinary artists Patrick Andrews, Dan Foley, Jesse Young, & Jesse Hozeny creating provocative and original music, dance, and visual art. BAATHHAUS weaves its songs together with narrative, choreography, and costumes combining popular music and culture with dark themes and avant-garde theatrical work (glitter and gore) explicitly exploring the concepts of "otherness". Performances usually give a metaphorical wink to audiences while seriously addressing strong political and social themes.
The group has performed in association with Big Dipper, Big Freedia, Double DJ, Diamond Rings, CSS, Links Hall, and About Face Theatre. BAATHHAUS is heavily entrenched in Chicago's underground queer performance community. BAATHHAUS shows have drawn comparisons to David Bowie, Klaus Nomi, Lady Gaga, and The Wooster Group.

BAATHHAUS categorizes their music as "queer-electro-fuck."

baathhaus.com/
bigdipperjelly.com/
loveinks.com/

Saturday, September 13 - gym shorts

gym shorts gym shorts

gym shorts, bitch teeth, the hymens, sexual jeremy

  • $3/$5 cover
  • 9pm doors

Tuesday, September 16 - 80's Night

80's Night 80's Night

DJ Yeah Def presents 80's Night

  • free/$3
  • 10pm doors

Drink specials: $1.25 10 oz Shiners/Miller Lights and $1.75 WELLZ

Friday, September 19 - Dark rooms

Dark rooms Dark rooms

Oaktopia/who loves the sun presents Dark rooms, war club, felt and fur, jurema, formal mortal & mac rockstar

Show is part of Oaktopia Festival. All tickets must be purchased through Oaktopia!

Saturday, September 20 - yonatan gat

yonatan gat yonatan gat

yonatan gat, NEW FUMES

  • $8/$10 cover
  • 9pm doors

A masterful guitarist, Gat recently won Village Voice's "Best Guitarist of 2013". His power trio is experienced on the floor inside the audience, tearing through "a wholly fresh fusion of psychedelic sounds and rhythms from around the globe, with nods to free jazz and served with an unabashed punk spirit". Gat's genre-bending and border shattering (quite literally) guitar assumes simultaneous lead and rhythm duties blending punk rock with Middle Eastern styles, backed by Gal Lazer's hard-hitting African-influenced grooves and Sergio Sayeg's (of Brazilian psychedelic rockers Garotas Suecas) melodic anchor.

"Monotonix guitar virtuoso Yonatan Gat has reinvented himself as a world-music riff maven" - Time Out New York

"Tropical psych-pop shredding" - Orlando Weekly

"Kaleidoscopic" - SPIN

"Gat’s Jimi-Hendrix-meets-Godzilla guitar tone is the instrument by which the band brings the arena-rock experience within your immediate reach and, because of the energy level relative to the scale, makes it more explosive and cathartic than anything you could ever see on a bigger stage" - NY Press

"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

www.yonatangat.com

Tuesday, September 23 - empire! empire!

empire! empire! empire! empire!

empire! empire!, free throw, two knights

  • $8/$10 cover
  • 9pm doors

This is going to be sick.
Empire! Empire! will be touring their new record.
Free Throw kills
Two Knights sucks

empire! empire! (i was a lonely estate) - http://empireempire.bandcamp.com/

Free Throw - http://freethrowemo.bandcamp.com/

Two Knights - http://twoknights.bandcamp.com/

Doors at 9:00pm
$8 over / $10 under
Don't be a jerk
Have some fun if you want

Friday, September 26 - merle and spumante

merle and spumante, wire nest, pandalust, nice up crew

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Tuesday, September 30 - 80's Night

80's Night 80's Night

80's Night

  • free/$3
  • 10pm doors

Drink specials: $1.25 10 oz Shiners/Miller Lights and $1.75 WELLZ

Monday, October 13 - TENNIS SYSTEM

TENNIS SYSTEM TENNIS SYSTEM

TENNIS SYSTEM

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

The promise of L.A. may well lie in Tennis System, who have thundered their way through their adopted city with a reverb-drenched ferocity that has, in short order, made the East Coast transplants the city’s band to watch.


One listen is all it takes to comprehend why: Tennis System are masters of unhinged, lo-fi psychedelia, laced with the inescapably pop DNA of Jesus and Mary Chain, Nirvana and Ride. Behind the sweat-drenched performances, behind the Orange amps and squalling anthems is a coolly leather-clad trio, composed of front man Matty Taylor, drummer Hector Gomez, and bassist Zach Bilson. Arriving at the current lineup, however, was spirit quest that took Tennis System from one coast to the other: It was in gritty Washington, D.C. that a young Taylor steeped like tea in the music of Fugazi and Bad Brains, Black Tambourine and Nation of Ulysses. He decamped for Los Angeles, where denizens Gomez and Bilson joined the band, propelling the band forward as a full-fledged L.A. band.


Though Tennis System has shared bills with the likes of Ty Segall, Wavves, Japandroids, Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Mark Gardner and Beach Fossils, and worked with Jeff Zeigler of Uniform Recording (Kurt Vile, War on Drugs, Nothing) and Fred Kevorkian (White Stripes, Pavement, Sonic Youth, the National) since its founding in 2009, life on the best coast has only served to raise its profile: In the past year, crowds at Filter Magazine’s Culture Collide festival, Austin Psych Fest, L.A.’s iconic Part-Time Punks showcase and South by Southwest have begun to bear witness to Tennis System’s slash-and-burn live shows.


After 2011’s much blogged-about self-released album, “Teenagers” (and its stunner of a single, “Hey We Tried”), the band returns in the fall of 2014 with “Technicolour Blind,” the appropriately named, heady fever-dream of a new album that has been a year in the making for Tennis System. Its tracks, including “Technicolour Blind” “Memories & Broken Dreams” and the sparkling, anthemic “Dead Honey” are melodic departures from the gritty, fuzz-washed tunes of yore; rather, Los Angeles life, with its thrilling beauty and starkly menacing underbelly, has left Tennis System sun-bleached and wary, and left their music imbued with the peculiar patina of a rough-and-tumble circumstance. The guitars still squeal, but listen closely: Taylor’s lyricism bears unexpected wisdom and woe. Recorded with Ulysses Noriega (The Wedding Present, Ben Folds, The Offspring) mixed by Drew Fisher (The Melvins, Bleached, Babies) and mastered by John Greenham (Ice Cube, Aesop Rock, Chuck Prophet), “Technicolour Blind” is poised to be Tennis System’s breakout effort, even if fans knew it all along.







www.soundcloud.com/tennissystem

Wednesday, October 29 - Secret Chiefs 3

Secret Chiefs 3 Secret Chiefs 3

SPUNE presents Secret Chiefs 3

Secret Chiefs 3 have switched in to high gear. Having just completed a national tour in October with legendary Italian Giallo Horror soundtrack masters, Goblin, they released their long-awaited “Book of Souls: Folio A” album in late November. Next they are touring the west coast in February in support of that new album, and, surprise of surprises, are doing so armed with TWO new 7” records in hand. These will be available in stores stocking through Revolver USA, but those attending shows on the band’s February tour can get them right away.

In truth, Secret Chiefs 3 is always in high gear. Most people don’t realize they have played well over 300 shows in 34 countries in the last seven years.

But with a long-labored-over album in the can (you can read about it in the expanded bio), and fresh supplies of oxygen in the lungs, fresh new surprise releases are bubbling up through the Winter pseudo-frost as if it were Spring!

This tour will feature the A-team line-up of SC3 familiars: Drums / Ches Smith (Ceramic Dog), Keyboards / Matt Lebofsky (miRthkon, Moe Tar), Bass / Toby Driver (Kayo Dot), Violin, Guitar and Trumpet / Timba Harris (Estradasphere) and Saz, Guitar and Keyboards / Trey Spruance (The Three Doctors, Mr. Bungle). The band is extra excited to be re-united in this configuration!

ADVANCE TICKETS: $15.00
DAY OF SHOW: $18.00