STiLGONE with Borderline Lucid and Brian Kassay

21+
Doors: 8pm, Show: 9pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Intergalactic dirtbag funk band STiLGONE rocks the Filler with Borderline Lucid! Blending bluegrass, funk, and rock with a psychedelic twist, they have a unique sound that has to be heard. Brian Kassay gets the party started, a one man band bending your reality with live loops!

STiLGONE is a Bozeman, MT based band that plays a unique fusion of genres, spanning funk, soul, hip hop, reggae, psychedelic rock and more. While covering so many styles they manage to create a cohesive sound that is uniquely their own. This unique sound has been dubbed “Intergalactic Dirtbag Soul”.
Their live shows are an immersive trip through detailed soundscapes, danceable grooves, and the lyrics of songwriter and guitarist Symon Palmer, who founded the band originally in 2016. From there STiLGONE established themselves playing frequent
shows at the Zebra Cocktail Lounge, touring nearby towns and local festivals, and supporting major touring acts such as Deltron 3030, and Nappy Roots.

Borderline Lucid started as a solo man on a mission. In 2020, Brandon “Lucid” Dombrowski left behind the life he knew in pursuit of something grand. The chance to follow his childhood dream.  As a young boy, he’d follow along the high keys while his mother orchestrated classical pieces on her household baby grand piano. Learning percussion, trombone, and guitar became a foundation for his true passion, songwriting.

Brian Kassay is a live-looping multi-instrumentalist who seamlessly blends guitar, drums, keys, harmonica, xylophone, and violin to create a full and dynamic sound. Brian experiments with live looping techniques, layering different textures and sounds to create an intricate and mesmerizing musical performance. Brian does not use any backing or sampled tracks. Instead, his high-energy songs captivate audiences by building the composition layer-by-layer in real time with both physical and digital instrumentation. His show includes a growing catalog of both covers and originals which blend elements of folk, rock, and electronic music. He strives to push the boundaries of music by creatively weaving together a multitude of synth sounds and instrumentation resulting in a one-of-a-kind performance that should not be missed. ​

Rock for Respect – SASA Fundraiser ft. STiLGONE and Icarus

21+
Doors: 7:30pm, Show : 8pm
Cover : $15 in advance, $15 at the door

Join STiLGONE and Icarus at the Filling station for a night of funk, soul, and rock n’ roll, raising funds for SASA on Thursday, May 9th! SASA, which stands for Students Against Sexual Assault, is a Montana State University club that has the goal of promoting healthy relationships in both the MSU campus and the Bozeman community.

WHAT IS SASA?

SASA, which stands for Students Against Sexual Assault, is a Montana State University club that has the goal of promoting healthy relationships in both the MSU campus and the Bozeman community. SASA members come from a diverse range of backgrounds — we all stand together to speak out against all forms of violence and policies created to inhibit the free will and safety of sexual assault survivors. SASA has a strong belief that education is a crucial part of prevention and we actively work to increase awareness around topics such as stalking, relationship violence, sexual assault, and much more. 

 

SASA members use their voices to foster a healthy dialogue about sex, sexuality, gender, discrimination, human rights, and much more. We stand firm in the face of diversity and choose to make the world a better place. 


STiLGONE- a Bozeman based band that plays a unique fusion of genres, spanning funk, soul, hip hop, reggae, psychedelic rock and more. While covering so many styles, they manage to create a cohesive sound that is uniquely their own. Their live shows are an immersive trip through detailed soundscapes, danceable grooves, and the lyrics of songwriter and guitarist Symon Palmer, who founded the band originally in 2016.

icarus- Humanity’s greatest myths and heroic legends exist as profound elements of storytelling, as do the musicians and artists of the world, all with the hope capturing the spirit and mythologies or their generation. Son of master craftsmen and inventor Daedelus, an immensely ambitious and daring individual, Icarus represents the creative minds of these individuals; the metamorphosis of enduring passion and creativity, which will outlast the scorches of time and leave a trail of flames behind.

Cole and the Thornes with Jazz Cabbage

21+
Doors open at 8pm, Show starts at 9pm
Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Find your soul shine with Cole and The Thornes May 18th at the Filling Station! High energy fusion funk quartet Jazz Cabbage gets the party started.

Mountain-Island, gypsy-jazz, reggae infused SOUL band, Cole & The Thornes of Bozeman Montana are an eclectic, funky 7 piece group with an infectious uplifting energy.

Led by ukulelist Miss Colita Thorne, her powerful sultry vocals and empowering lyrics are accompanied by Jordan Rodenbiker on Bass, Jacob Rountree on guitar, Alex Platt on drums, Adam Burke on auxiliary percussion and playful horn melodies by Daniel Wood on trumpet and Matthew Powell-palm on saxophone.

Their award winning album “Map Maker” was released in 2018 and was voted as Bozemans best album of the year in 2019. The Thornes have just released their second album “Unbound” in November 2023.

 

The Thornes have been featured on Montana PBS and have performed at many music festivals such as Summer fest, Reggae in the Rockies, Groovin on, Montana State Hemp fest, and Big Sky Brew Fest alongside artists such as The Movement, Hirie, Donavan Frankenreiter, Satsang, Mike Love and many more.

 

Jazz Cabbage –

High energy fusion funk from Bozeman, MT

 

Paige and the People’s Band: Spring Fever!

21+
Doors: 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $20 in advance, $25 at the door

Join Paige and the People’s Band at the Filler for an evening of great music!

Paige And The Peoples Band have made a name for themselves as being one of Montana’s Premiere Musical acts. The Band was formed in 2016, however members of the PPB have been charming, captivating and blowing the collective minds of audiences throughout the United States and Europe for many years. Sharing the stage with such musical legends as The Doobie Brothers, Lyle Lovett, Brandie Carlile and Mike McCready, Paige & The Peoples Band are no strangers to the big show. A mix of Rock, Soul, Funk and Fusion they keep the crowd bumping and the energy climbing. This horn powered, fully charged Band was voted Bozeman’s Choice for three years in a row and premiered season Thirteen of 11th and Grant With Eric Funk on PBS. The Episode later went on to win an Emmy Award for best Audio. Paige & The Peoples Band deliver a performance to remember and definitely not to miss!

Dozey Dubs with Hornbread and Steven Stephen

21+
Doors: 7pm, Show: 8pm
Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Reggae, Ska and Indie Rock collide at the Filling Station May 24th with Dozey Dubs, Hornbread and Steven Stephen kicking out the jams!

Dozey Dubs : Reggae grunge funk jam band from Boise ID spreading love and positivity through music and vibes.


Hornbread- Ska from Bozeman, MT

Steven Stephen – Smooth indie vibes from Bozeman, MT

4/20 Party : Icarus with Brother Venus and Jazz Cabbage

21+
Doors: 7:30pm, Show : 8:30pm
Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Celebrate 4/20 at the Filler with Icarus, Brother Venus and Jazz Cabbage, featuring a mix of the valley’s best grunge and funk music!

Icarus is an Art Rock band based in Bozeman, MT. This cast of musicians have a deep passion for jamming and creating unique art. Their influences include Alternative bands like Primus and My Bloody Valentine, as well as more diverse soundscapes coming from artists like John Coltrane and Kyuss. Icarus has a range of styles, described by some as a thrashy Black Sabbath.

Brother Venus:
Brother Venus is an Alternative Hard Rock band based out of Belgrade, MT

Jazz Cabbage:
According to the source of the Oxford English Dictionary, the term “jazz cabbage” is a slang term used for cannabis, a drug that comes from the cannabis plant. The term “jazz” in this context refers to the musical genre of jazz, which was popularized in the United States in the early 20th century.

The use of slang terms to refer to drugs is not a new phenomenon and has been observed in various cultures and languages throughout history. Slang terms for cannabis have evolved over time and have been influenced by cultural and societal factors. The term “jazz cabbage” is just one example of this evolution.

It is important to note that the use of cannabis is still illegal in many parts of the world, and its use can have negative consequences for individuals, including legal and health risks. It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional or legal authority before engaging in any activities related to cannabis.

In conclusion, “jazz cabbage” is a slang term used for cannabis. It is important to understand the risks associated with the use of cannabis and to consult with a healthcare professional or legal authority before engaging in any activities related to cannabis.

Electric River Presents : Object Heavy

21+
Doors: 7pm, Show : 8pm
Cover : $13 on Sellout.io

Ticket Link: https://www.sellout.io/event?id=oU53p5d8u0

Color Red Artist Object Heavy is Humboldt County’s hardest hitting soul sensation. The band is led by the nuanced and powerful voice of Richard Love and composed of seasoned veterans of the West Coast Soul and Funk scene. Fresh off the release of their new record, ‘Love & Gravity’ (Produced by Kelly Finnigan of Monophonics), and 5th win as North Coast Journal’s “Best Original Band Of Humboldt” in the past 7 years nominated, they have garnered stellar reviews from an international audience and were promoted as a featured artist on Apple Music’s Soul and RnB carousel. They were also featured on several of Apple Music’s top playlists within their genre field. Object Heavy has spent the last few years establishing themselves as a stand out live experience in touring the greater western United States and sharing the stage with diverse talent such as Orgone, The Motet, Rebirth Brass Band, Polyrhythmics, Turkuaz, Lyrics Born, and Chali 2na. Object Heavy’s magnetic blend of classic Cadillac soul, effortlessly contagious dance grooves, vocal harmonies and blazing musicianship is a must see live experience.

“Object Heavy’s Love & Gravity (2023, Color Red) cooks from a different kitchen in Color Red’s new-school/old-school musical universe and presents the subtle jazz, funk, and psychedelic flavors swirling around in the 1970s sound of California soul.” – All About Jazz

“The object is heavy, and so is the vibe! Latest discovery under the venerable Color Red umbrella, a throwback blast of soulful R&B and smoked-out rare groove from this dope West Coast crew. Get familiar!” -B. Getz, Live for Live Music

“A tight well oiled machine that plays heavy funk and R&B fueled by great songwriting and deep grooves.”-Kelly Finnigan, producer

Sausalito Ferry with the Alchemists

21+
Doors : 7pm, Show : 8pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Take a trip to the Filling Station March 28th with Captain Coconut and the Sausalito Ferry! The Alchemists get the party started with pure jammy goodness.

Sausalito Ferry (or Captain Coconut and the Sausalito Ferry if you’re not into that whole brevity thing) is a band exploring the long American tradition of improvisational rock & roll music. Ranging from classic staples of rock, blues and R&B while also exploring newer jam, funk, and psychedelic sound; Sausalito Ferry will send you on a vast musical journey blended together by cohesive and patient jams. As Captain Coconut would say, “All aboard the Sausalito Ferry”.

Throwing beats, melodies, and lyrics into a crucible and turning up the heat, The Alchemists seek to create the perfect jam. Practicing weekly at the Haufbrau, these funky fellows make their debut at the north office.

Pi Day : Jazz Cabbage with One Leaf

21+
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door
Doors : 7pm, Show at 8pm

It’s the funkiest Pi Day Gallatin County has ever seen with Jazz Cabbage and One Leaf hitting the stage at the Filling Station! Get yourself a slice of the grooviest jams this side of the Bridgers.

According to the source of the Oxford English Dictionary, the term “jazz cabbage” is a slang term used for cannabis, a drug that comes from the cannabis plant. The term “jazz” in this context refers to the musical genre of jazz, which was popularized in the United States in the early 20th century.

The use of slang terms to refer to drugs is not a new phenomenon and has been observed in various cultures and languages throughout history. Slang terms for cannabis have evolved over time and have been influenced by cultural and societal factors. The term “jazz cabbage” is just one example of this evolution.

It is important to note that the use of cannabis is still illegal in many parts of the world, and its use can have negative consequences for individuals, including legal and health risks. It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional or legal authority before engaging in any activities related to cannabis.

In conclusion, “jazz cabbage” is a slang term used for cannabis. It is important to understand the risks associated with the use of cannabis and to consult with a healthcare professional or legal authority before engaging in any activities related to cannabis.

Hot Neighbor with Coulourblind

21+
Doors : 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Rock out with Hot Neighbor and Colourblind February 8th!

Bozeman’s Bad Neighbors fuse alt rock, pop punk, classic rock, and a touch of country. Lead vocalist and Missouri-born drummer Brett Griesbaum channels powerful vocals and rhythmic prowess. Bassist Kevin Omadt, hailing from Minnesota, lays the foundation with pulsating basslines. Rhythm guitarist Cooper Simmons, a Michigan native, adds emotional hooks and rockin’ intros. Lead guitarist Hoyt Mangrum, all the way from Georgia, delivers fiery solos and harmonies. Their covers like “Burnin’ For You” and “Mr. Brightside” highlight their diverse influences, while heartfelt originals like “Best Part of Me” showcase their genre-blending charm.