“Go pet a Funyon. Not an onion, a Funyon! Are you dumb?”
- Noah Farwell, in an early version of the Amiright? song "The Onion Song".
I first became aware of Amiright? through an earlier incarnation of the band called Swamp Ass. It was 2015 when they (ostensibly) made their Portland debut, opening for Baltimore-based snail-rock band The... MORE
Tonight's Soul Clap & Dance-Off is sadly canceled. Jonathan's flight got delayed-canceled-rebooked-delayed-canceled due to heavy rain & wind in NYC. Please know he tried all he could to get here. Planes, trains, automobiles...
We will be rescheduling and will announce the new date soon. All tickets will be honored at the rescheduled date or can be refunded through Ticketfly.
We hope you can find something else wonderful and celebratory to do with your evening.
Mitski Miyawaki has always been wary of being turned a symbol, knowing we’re quick to put women on pedestals and even quicker to knock them down. Nonetheless, after the breakout success of 2016’s Puberty 2, she was hailed as the new vanguard of indie rock, the one who would save the genre from the white dudes who’ve historically dominated it.
Nnamdi Ogbonnaya is a multi-instrumentalist composer, producer, and performer. His musical identity was forged in the DIY community of Chicago. Relentless participation in numerous musical projects bridged genres and created inroads between scenes. Near constant activity quickly made him a locus of gravity in the community. Constant participation quickly opened channels to a broad cross-section of the arts world. Nnamdi has toured the USA, Mexico Europe and Canada with projects ranging from punk to jazz.
Formed in New Brunswick, NJ in 2005, Screaming Females is Marissa Paternoster (guitar, vox), Mike Abbate (bass), and Jarrett Dougherty (drums). Over six albums and more than a decade of music making, the band has remained deeply individual and steadfastly DIY. They have also grown into one of the most dynamic and devastating touring bands going today.
Tune-Yards is returning to their club roots for a series of seven intimate shows this year on the east and west coasts. The shows are sure to be thrilling from the group known for “superbly visceral” (The Guardian) live shows.
Join us as we throw a WILD NITE to raise funds for our wide-ranging programming! Kick the night off with creative cocktails and delicious diversions amidst our galleries, witness (and participate in) SPACE's special spin on the karaoke club and finish it off with a classic and notoriously fun Soul Clap dance party and contest courtesy of international DJ Mr. Jonathan Toubin. We can't do it without our supporters; help us continue to innovate as we go forward by going BIG at the first-ever WILD NITE!
Tickets are $50 and all proceeds will go towards supporting SPACE. Your $50 admission to WILD NITE will get you in to Soul Clap for FREE!
This is the Swamp Thing -- broken hexagons, deer skulls and beer bottles scattered in the swamp, as if someone or something is leaving clues, but it’s all just dus -- as if a giant dirt bomb of our cultural debris was blasted in the face of nature, exploding discarded artifacts across the peripheral landscape. It is a voyage into the incidental and magnetic landscapes roiling at the edges of our civilization. Take our eyes, let our visions guide your subconscious through the intoxicating rhythm of the jungle.
THE PAIN OF OTHERS is a YouTube compilation film about Morgellons, a mysterious illness whose sufferers say they have parasites under the skin, long colored fibers emerging from lesions, and a host of other bizarre symptoms which sound borrowed from a horror film.