The Rialto proudly presents
10 West Main St.
Bozeman, MT, 59715
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
Mitski warmly recalls a quote from sculptor El Anatsui, “Art grows out of each
particular situation, and I believe that artists are better off working
with whatever their environment throws up.”
With this nerve exposed lyrically, and having dived into her new
beginning, Mitski chooses her 2014 breakthrough album Bury Me at Makeout Creek to
explore uncharted sonic territory, trading in large string arrangements
for guitar and bass. While studying composition at SUNY Purchase’s
music conservatory, she previously recorded music with a full orchestra.
However as college graduation inched closer, Mitski moved away from the
concert hall and into the campus’ active DIY scene. Upon relocating to
New York following graduation, she entered stages at Death By Audio,
Silent Barn, and Bed Stuy basements, entrenching her songs of love,
fear, lust, and brilliant clarity into entirely sympathetic ears.
Since releasing Bury Me at Makeout Creek, Mitski has
received international acclaim for her distinct, arresting sound and profoundly reflective lyrics. Pitchfork applauded the release as “inventive and resourceful,” while Rolling Stone celebrated her “deep-cutting lyrics.” NME said of Bury Me, “it’s a record that doesn’t tug at your heart-strings as much as it mercilessly pounds at them, taking to your emotions like a lead pipe to a piñata.” She has also received widespread attention for her “cathartic” live shows as dubbed by The New York Times’ Jon Caramanica.
“I was so young when I behaved 25,” Mitski sings on “First Love / Late Spring,” “yet now I find I’ve grown into a tall child.” This veritable thesis speaks to sentiments of the poetry and beauty of struggling up the hill to adulthood. Mitski follows El Anatsui’s humbling advice, cathartically revealing snapshots from her adventures in youth, and the empowerment found in sharing these stories with others. In 2015 Mitski is poised to continue delivering her particular flavor of soul-baring rock, and tour throughout North America and beyond.
Jessica Joyce is a singer-songwriter, audio engineer, and filmmaker in Bozeman. She is originally from Hardin, Montana. In her music, she draws inspiration from the past, by making films out of archival footage to accompany her compositions. Currently, she works as an audio engineer/av tech at the Rialto, and for Jereco Studios in Bozeman. She has also worked as the Assistant Music Director at KGLT Radio, assistant engineer at "Live from the Divide" radio show, and as tech crew at the Willson Auditorium. She graduated from Montana State University with a BA in Music Technology.
$13.00 - $16.00
Guests under 16 must be with a parent or guardian who is required to remain on premise throughout the show.