Twilight Concert Series: Hippie Sabotage

The Salt Lake Arts Council Presents

Twilight Concert Series: Hippie Sabotage

XYLØ, Tishmal

Saturday, July 20, 2019

6:00 pm

Gallivan Center

$10 ADV / $15 DOS

Hippie Sabotage
Hippie Sabotage
Two brothers who make music. Sacramento-born and raised brother duo Hippie Sabotage started to make music in the mid-2000s. Working closely with local producer Chase Moore during their early career, they mixed the cultural melting pot vibes of their hometown with hip-hop and produced beats for rappers such as J. Leake and Yukmouth. They later collaborated with Chicago-based artists such as Calez of 2008ighties and Kami de Chukwu. Hippie Sabotage developed and expanded their beats and soon incorporated more diverse influences on their tracks for a whole new host of rappers such as Alex Wiley ("Something to Say") and C Plus ("Callin' Me"). They released their own material with the EP Vacants in early 2013 and followed this with a couple more singles ("White Tiger" and "Sunny") throughout the same year. It was only in spring 2014 when singer Ellie Goulding posted their remix for "Stay High" by Swedish singer Tove Lo (songwriter for the likes of Icona Pop and Girls Aloud) on Instagram that they began to get worldwide attention. “Stay High” has 360 million plays on YouTube and counting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYM-RJwSGQ8. The song reached over a million hits following Goulding's endorsement and signaled a bright future for the duo. ~ Aneet Nijjar, Rovi
Tishmal
Tishmal
"Tishmal" is the debut solo project of Rachel Brockbank, a San Diego native currently living in New York City. Tishmal means hummingbird in Luiseño, the language of her Native American heritage. The name was given to her as a young girl, around the same time she began to seriously write music. After years of closet writing, Rachel is now working with producers Mason Porter (Mr. Tape, Goldmyth) and Christian Darais (The Brocks).

Tishmal’s star is rapidly rising, opening dates for big names like CHVRCHES, The Aces, and The Moth & The Flame. Her brand of brooding, intelligent pop is finding a home with critical listeners desperately wanting more depth from the electronic scene.
Venue Information:
Gallivan Center
239 Main St
Salt Lake City, UT, 84111
http://www.thegallivancenter.com/