LIZZO (Moved to Revolution Concert House)

Thu Sep 13 2018

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Revolution Concert House & Event Center

4983 North Glenwood Street Garden City, ID 83714

All Ages

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Friends of Knitting Factory,

First and foremost we would like to thank the Boise Fire Department for their quick and diligent response to yesterday's fire at Knitting Factory Concert House. They worked tirelessly throughout the night to ensure the safety of our building and those surrounding it. We are truly overwhelmed with the outpouring of support from the community! At this time we are continuing to work with the Boise Fire Department and should have more information in the coming days.

This Thursday's September 13 LIZZO concert has been moved to Revolution Concert House. All tickets will be honored. Tickets are currently available for purchase at the Record Exchange and Ticketweb.com.

Skybox and Balcony Ticket Holders: Your tickets will be honored at Revolution as VIP. Tables are first come, first served but unobstructed, great sight lines.

Thank you for your patience, understanding and support during this challenging time. - KF

KNITTING FACTORY & DUCK CLUB PRESENTS
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    Lizzo

    Hip-Hop/Rap

    Coming on smart, sassy, and strong, like an indie Missy Elliot, Minneapolis rapper and singer Lizzo came to the Twin Cities with a hard sound and stance thanks to her Texas roots and learning the ropes with crews like Atlanta's Crime Mob. Born Melissa Jefferson in Houston and raised in Detroit, Lizzo earned her moniker when she joined the uniformly named members -- Lexo, Nino, and Zeo -- of the Cornroll Clique. A 2011 move to Minneapolis found her fronting Lizzo & the Larva Ink while joining the neo-TLC-type group the Chalice. Her work began to intertwine with the city's indie scene, including Gayngs, Doomtree, Marijuana Deathsquads, and Har Mar Superstar, then listening to a copy of Doomtree producer Lazerbreak's album Lava Breaks brought her out of a long case of writer's block. Inspired by Lazerbreak's work, she recorded the album Lizzobangers with the producer along with Gayngs member Ryan Olson. The album was released in 2013 on the Totally Gross National Product label. After making guest appearances on tracks by Prince & 3rdEyeGirl ("Boytrouble"), Clean Bandit ("New Eyes"), Bastille ("Torn Apart"), and Sean Anonymous & DJ Name ("Cold Shoulder"), Lizzo released her second full-length album, 2015's Big GRRRL Small World, on her own BGSW label. In October 2016, Lizzo made her major-label debut with the EP Coconut Oil, which was released by Atlantic's Nice Life imprint.

  • Chanti Darling

    Chanti Darling

    Dance/Electronic

    Chanticleer Trü would like you to know that “RNB ain’t no joke.” As frontman of Portland, OR retrofuturist
    electro-soul adepts Chanti Darling, Trü drinks from the sacred founts of Disco, Boogie Funk, and the
    dizzying universe of house music. Teasing out the essential filaments, Trü weaves a sound that nods to the
    past as it blasts into the future; urgent, irresistible, and absolutely of the moment.


    Raised on a steady diet of jazz, soul, and his mom’s Boogie Funk collection (he started leading vocal groups at
    age ten), multi-instrumentalist Trü studied opera, musical theater, and composition. Naturally drawn to the
    primal energy of the club scene, Trü first made a name for himself as a performer, promoter, and DJ. “I was
    always drawn to the power of music to make people dance” says Trü. “There’s some innate, ritualistic pre-
    human thing within us, engrained on our DNA. The metaphysical combination of melodies, rhythms, lyrics and
    ideas; it’s what our very consciousness is made of. It is creation itself.”


    Written over three years and recorded in Portland, Oregon at Zip Zap and Eyrst studios, the record features
    numerous collaborations with producer Boucher and Kmeto. While some of the songs were written in the
    studio, much of the music was refined during the bands already legendary live shows. No doubt dazzling
    choreographers and dancers The Step Touches – the only constant in the Chanti Darling lineup apart from Trü
    – have helped build the legend with their epic performances.


    Early in the project, Trü put together a band that included Hannah Blilie of The Gossip and Rebecca Cole of
    Wild Flag. “It’s amazing to be able to develop ideas in a live setting,” Trü tells us. “A lot of these songs
    started from live instrumentation and were then translated through digital production.” In fact, the bulk of the
    music – apart from the drum programming – was tracked live.


    Aesthetically, Chanti Darling melds 80’s retro-futurist iconography with a late-night summertime vibe; THE RNB
    is a place of neon lights and palm fronds, washed in the pastels of dusk and dawn. Together, Chanti Darling is
    undeniable and immersive. This has not gone unnoticed in the Pacific Northwest – and beyond. Voted
    Portland’s “Best New Band” in a poll held by Willamette Week, the band has already performed at the
    Pickathon, Treefort, and What The Festival events, played a host of shows with Hercules &Love Affair, been
    featured in Vice and Dope, and shared the stage with NAO as part of Red Bull Sound Select.
     
    “This record is built upon a sort of string theory of RNB sounds” says Trü. “THE RNB is a type of place that
    exists in another plane. It’s another dimension. A place beyond dreaming that is the totality of your highest
    vibration. All the rest though… is just mundane.”


    One of the timeless, primary allures of music has been the ability to lose oneself within it, and with RNB Vol.1
    Chanti Darling has crafted a sonic totem, imbued with the power to transport the listener to a place of hip-
    shaking, sweaty freedom. “I wanted to create a record that people could be absorbed by. Something to hold
    them and envelop them. The world… the world itself has gotten so dark. That darkness bleeds over into
    everything that we create. Which can be amazing. But, I felt my call was different. I wanted to create a shift to
    positivity and light.” Blessed through a life steeped in rhythm with the mystic ability to tap into and channel the
    primal genomic funk, Chanticleer Trü has crafted a shimmering antidote to that darkness. RNB Vol.1 is a
    rapturous, profoundly engaging (and much needed) mega dose of humanities first antidepressant.

KNITTING FACTORY & DUCK CLUB PRESENTS

LIZZO (Moved to Revolution Concert House)

Thu Sep 13 2018 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Revolution Concert House & Event Center Garden City ID
LIZZO (Moved to Revolution Concert House)
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  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

All Ages

Friends of Knitting Factory,

First and foremost we would like to thank the Boise Fire Department for their quick and diligent response to yesterday's fire at Knitting Factory Concert House. They worked tirelessly throughout the night to ensure the safety of our building and those surrounding it. We are truly overwhelmed with the outpouring of support from the community! At this time we are continuing to work with the Boise Fire Department and should have more information in the coming days.

This Thursday's September 13 LIZZO concert has been moved to Revolution Concert House. All tickets will be honored. Tickets are currently available for purchase at the Record Exchange and Ticketweb.com.

Skybox and Balcony Ticket Holders: Your tickets will be honored at Revolution as VIP. Tables are first come, first served but unobstructed, great sight lines.

Thank you for your patience, understanding and support during this challenging time. - KF