Local Support Added to The Polish Ambassador Shows in Montana

Missoula and Bozeman are both adding some local flavor to The Polish Ambassador shows! Missoula’s PNUT BUTR will be opening at The Wilma on Friday, August 26th and Bozeman’s Nintendeaux will be getting things started at The ELM on Saturday, August 27th.

It’s always a treat to see Montana’s own grooving on stage with internationally touring acts. Fans get a chance to watch local up-and-comers hype up the place before they see their favorite artists.

So when you boogie on down to see TPA, make sure you arrive in time for the openers. You know they’ll be pulling out all the stops! Learn more about each artist and grab tickets to both shows below.


What happens when Rock and Roll marries Electronic Music? PNUT BUTR.

The 29 year old Missoula native serves soaring guitar lines, ample church organs and crunchy bass synthesis to create soulful, driven sonic soundscapes. With her newly released EP “Say Something” PNUT bursts back on to the Missoula music scene with contagious energy and joy. Who’s ready to dance?

Known for her masterful musical storytelling, infectious presence and passion for sound, PNUT BUTR has recently shared stages with heavy hitters Beats Antique, Manic Focus, CloZee and Axel Thesleff. While you can catch her holding down basslines with local rock bands, bluegrass outfits and the Missoula Symphony Orchestra, her original composition and production encompasses a variety of genres and textures to create a unique and profound listening experience. Come see what all the fuss is about, August 26th at the Wilma Theater! Check out PNUT’s new song “Jett” here.

About Nintendeaux

Nintendeaux is the musical identity and alias of Montana based producer Tyson Lunn. Since 2012, Nintendeaux has been weaving vinyl samples, synthesizers, field recordings and acoustic instruments together into familiar, yet entirely reimagined pieces of music aimed at evoking feelings of nostalgia.

Typically playing sets consisting of entirely original productions, he has carved out a sound that feels at home in any setting. Over the lastdecade he has shared a stage with countless artists, has been named Best of Bozeman’s top electronic artist 4 different times, and taught electronic music production for Ill.Gates’s Class of 808. Listen to Nintendeaux here.