Kent Odessa with ATR31 and Trivial Shields
C'mon Everybody Presents:

Kent Odessa

ATR31, Trivial Shields

Ages 21+


"At this point Kent Odessa is electro-pop's not so best kept secret, having been written up by everybody from Vice to Tiny Mix Tapes to GQ, charting two songs on Mexican rock radio, releasing three compilation singles via France's Kitsuné record label (Hot Chip, Phoenix, Digitalism, Two Door Cinema Club) and two acclaimed albums via his own label, Hidalgo Records. His campy, self-directed music videos have developed a cult following and his high-energy, theatrical live show is regarded as one of the best in New York City. Odessa is currently finishing up his new full-length album, "Allies," and will be performing new material from that upcoming release."


"Pronounced AY-TEE-RAY, ATR31 is the conceptual project by NYC-based electronic artist, Victoria Chavez. The name, in part, is a reference to Rei, a character in Victoria’s favorite anime series and movie: Neon Genesis Evangelion. Incorporating elements of this character into her own persona, Victoria operates as the post-human enigma behind the machine that is ATR31. Between the machine and the world, she stands in a space between waking reality and dream-states where themes of loneliness and the complexities that abound the human condition are explored through landscapes of lush pop-sensibilities and wonderfully unusual melodies falling from the ether above."


"Trivial Shields is the moniker of multi-instrumentalist Christian Carpenter, former bandmate of members of Toro y Moi, Vulfpeck, and Renata Zeguier. His debut EP, "Peripheral," was released this past December--a dreamy, bass-driven landscape that recalls elements of Mac Demarco (if he was a bit more of a George Michael fan), early Amen Dunes, and yacht rock with a bit more of a Quaalude twist. Not just a pretty face and pitch perfect voice, Carpenter's lyrics are peppered with frequent literary references and self-deprecating humor, making it sound seamless and easy to slip in interpretations of Zizek and Judith Butler amidst his own finger-pointing in the mirror."

Tix: $10 advance/$13 doors


Venue Information:
C'mon Everybody
325 Franklin Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11238