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Sunday Slashers Presents - The Damned: Bet You Wish  We Were Dead

February 25th - 7pm-12am  (Doors at 7, Film at 8)
A Documentary about the longest surviving punk band in history.

Doors at 7
Film at 8
Ghetto Blasters play right after the film!
Tickets here: 5 BUCKS




Cut Throat Comedy

March 9th - 8pm  (7pm Doors, Show at 8) - 21 PLUS

Standup comedy is not a team sport. That’s why at Cut-Throat Comedy, hosts Ben Dalby and Ryan Darling force three teams of two comedians to work together. Teams will compete in games that resemble classic game shows you love, with just enough difference to keep the producers from getting sued. Each round one team is eliminated. The winning team has the opportunity to share the spotlight together or betray their teammate and have the mic all to themselves. All of this teamwork and betrayal  combined make for a night of great games and hard earned performances by some of the best comedians in the area.

Cut-Throat Comedy is produced by Ryan Darling and Ben Dalby and runs monthly at the Palace Theater in Chattanooga, TN.

Tickets here: 5 BUCKS

(A Bazar Production)


Flashlight Shows Presents: Partner

March 10th - 8pm-11pm (Doors at 8, Show at 9) - 

Partner is the “mature” effort of two best friends named Josée Caron and Lucy Niles. Borne of their bizarre and fortuitous friendship, Partner confidently harnesses the infinite power of Rock to explore a variety of niche yet strangely universal themes. Self described as post-classic-rock.

Formed in Sackville NB, Partner relocated to Windsor ON at the beginning of 2016. After a freakishly productive year of writing, recording, and touring, Partner have released their debut to the world, titled In Search of Lost Time (September 08, 2017). Their enthusiastic and action-packed live set has led to them being named the “best new band in Canada” in the Globe and Mail, and although “Partner hasn’t even released an album yet, [watching] one of their sets, it’s clear right away that they’ve arrived fully formed.“

Influenced by acts as varied as Melissa Etheridge, Ween, kd lang, and Prince, Partner delivers a refreshing and vital twist on a classic, prompting you to re-think what you thought was possible in Rock.

Tickets here:  10 BUCKS

(A  Bazar Production)

Flashlight Shows Presents: Weaves

April 22nd - 7pm-10pm (Doors at 7, Show at 8)

It’s been almost exactly a year since Weaves released their acclaimed debut LP. The self-titled album was among the most anticipated of the year, and was lauded internationally upon its release for its exuberant approach to guitar pop, which was described as “one of the most unpredictable sounds of 2016” (MTV), and “a triumphant assault on all things conventional” (i-D). It was a whirlwind year for the band who spent a nearly uninterrupted 12 months on the road, playing festivals across the globe, and touring with their fellow 2016 breakout artists Sunflower Bean and Mitski. Propelled forward by their own momentum, which they corralled like the barely contained energy of their explosive live sets, it was a transformative experience, and upon returning home to Toronto the band’s leaders, singer Jasmyn Burke and guitarist Morgan Waters, found themselves possessed by an irrepressible burst of creative energy.

Weaves entered the studio in early 2017 to begin recording what would become their sophomore LP, Wide Open (due out October 6th, 2017 on Buzz, Kanine & Memphis Industries). Assisted by engineer Leon Taheny (Austra, Fucked Up) who worked with them on their first LP, they approached the album as a highwire act – walking the line between intention and their own gleefully anarchic creative impulses.

“In making this album I didn’t feel any pressure or any fear, and I think that might be the difference between this album and the last,” Burke reflects. “It’s been a weird year, and even on the album cover we’re in bright colors, but we’re covered in soot and we look like we came out of an explosion and I think that’s kind of the way life is. Hopefully you can bring some light to people.”

Tickets here: 10 BUCKS

(A  Bazar Production)