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Show Me the Body


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The Shredder

430 S. 10th St

Boise, ID 83702

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Show Me The Body back at The Shredder in Boise on August 7th with tour mates WiFiGawd.

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Duck Club Presents


with WiFiGawd

Sunday, August 7th


$17 adv / $20 door

7:00pm doors / 8:00pm show


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Show Me The Body

Show Me The Body (SMTB) was formed in New York City in 2009. They released “Yellow Kidney” independently in 2015 followed by the “SMTB” EP released via the Letter Racer Collective that same year.

After signing with Loma Vista and releasing their debut album “Body War” in 2016, SMTB began touring the US and Europe. Upon returning home the band began a collaborative mixtape project called “Corpus 1” released in 2017. The mixtape featured a broad range of artists and friends who SMTB felt were comrades and innovators, marking the beginning of a community effort spearheaded by SMTB known as Corpus. In the same year, SMTB released a two song Ep called “Challenge Coin”, recorded at Electric Lady Land not far from where the band originated. Between the fall of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 SMTB produced and recorded three projects. All projects; “Grudge 2” by Dreamcrusher, “Machines Smoke” by Tripp Jones, and “Enemy” by Dog Breath, were released via Corpus. In 2019 SMTB presents their sophomore album, “Dog Whistle,” produced by Chris Coady, Show Me The Body, and Gabriel Millman (original drummer and in-house producer). Dog Whistle was written in Long Island City, Queens and recorded in Los Angeles California in the summer of 2018.

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If anything, WIFIGAWD is prolific. From his recent output with New York’s Tony Seltzer to his early work on SoundCloud, the rapper swaps out rhyme styles like he does his latest vintage Ralph Lauren finds. Born and raised in Washington DC, WIFIGAWD cut his teeth early on Soundcloud, cranking out underground rap records with legends of the scene like Black Kray on “Scope”. WIFIGAWD’s early efforts revealed a trench-beat technician (Drake’s “I’m Upset” could learn a few things from “Check”), with revved up flows over production from frequent collaborators Oogiemane and Forza of Working On Dying. The last couple years have seen WIFIGAWD expand his sound, toying with new cadences and a diverse range of production. He often locks in with a single producer for a project, like the Heat Check series with Tony Seltzer or Hot As Hell with GAWD. On other projects, he takes a buffet of diverse beats and devours them whole, spitting out gems like “Don’t Cha Kno” and “No Kizzy”. While WIFIGAWD’s raps are calmer, more melodic and unrestrained than his early output, the threat still remains — WIFIGAWD will rap circles around a beat without remorse.

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When does the first band start playing?

Typically the first band starts 1 hour after doors open.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

No, this is an all ages venue.

Are kids allowed in for free?

Kids aged 7 and under are free, if accompanied by an adult with a ticket.

Will there be a bar for those 21+?

Yes, there is a bar available at the venue for adults with legal ID.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

If you have any questions, please email

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