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I have seen the Calendar, and it is good

Jan. 28FridayCalendar just doesn’t dig on the techno-house-jungle-drum-and-bass music. Maybe it’s all those weirdo ravers: dressed like a safety cone, all hopped up on Ecstasy, Vapor-Rub and glow-stick fluid that really kind of freak us out. Recording artists Giant, Los Angeles, BT Junkie XL, and Wish FM will be at Harry O’s (427 Main St.) in Park City tonight at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 a head, and you can get them from Smith’sTix.

Speaking of wide-eyed (or dilated-eyed) freaks who think it’s their seventh birthday all over again…Salt Lake local indie rockers Royal Bliss will be slinging their own brand of local-rock tonight in Shaggy’s Velvet Room (155 W. 200 South) at 8 p.m. Tickets are $7 from Smith’sTix.

There are a few types of tape you really don’t want to cross in your life: take police tape, for example, or beauracratic “red tape” that forces you to fill out lots of paperwork. Or Salt Lake City’s own Redd Tape, who are playing the ever-magical Kilby Court (741 S. 300 West) tonight at 7 p.m.

One time, Calendar went out to sea, by themselves, on a pirate ship. We came across the killer Sea-Cucumber Shark de la Dios, and killed it with our bare hands. Tim Burton made a movie about it and cast Ewan McGregor to play us. It’s called “Big Fish” and the ASUU Presenter’s Office are screening “Big Fish” for f-r-e-e tonight in the Union Theatre at 8 p.m.

Wait-so ASUU’s press release on 2005’s first Crimson Nights (tonight at the Union, from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m.) promises that there’ll be plenty of “beautiful people” to go around and “something for everyone.”

Jan. 29Saturday

Also taking the Purple-Smiley-Stars this weekend are the good people of Park City’s Suede (1612 Ute Blvd. at Kimball Junction) when Dieselboy, Photek, Dstar and others take the tables on the stage sometime after the doors open at 7 p.m. on Saturday night. Tickets are $20-get your fill at Smith’sRx.

The O.A.T.S. has risen from the soil of the underground, and it’s playing Saturday night at Lo-Fi Caf (165 S. West Temple) for $10 a ticket. Show starts at 7 p.m., tickets are $10 from

Finally, Sutol is playing Saturday night at Kilby Court (741 S. 300 West) sometime after the show starts around 7 p.m.

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