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Lounge Act Monday: Feeling Klezmatic?



Let's get the week started off right, shall we?---

For some of us, that means checking out a cool flick like Trigger, about two women reigniting a friendship based on chaos and rock 'n' roll 10 years after their band broke up. The SLC Film Center presents the flick at 7 p.m. at the Tower.

For others, it means dropping in on The State Room, where the Klezmatics (pictured) headline a show of excellent musicianship and a cheeky sense of humor. Local gypsy-rock cats Juana Ghani open the show, and together they make for one of the more unusual music experiences available this holiday season. The fun starts at 8 p.m.

And if something a little more hip-hoppy is your style, Burt's Tiki Lounge hosts DJ Robo Rob with Supertek, Project Lost and Sob3Y Monday at 9 p.m.