Hot Date gets right to the point with their new 3 song EP, entitled Three Sides To The Story. Here is info on the release show – http://riftmagazine.com/event/general-b-the-wiz-hot-date-ep-release/
Please donate the Siren Sound IndieGoGo Campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/
Please join Desdamona and a group of the Twin Cities most influential women for an unforgettable, one-time only, album release extravaganza.
ABOUT THE ALBUM: No Man’s Land is a parallel universe where women are the dominant voice in Hip Hop. Think of it as this world being flipped inside out and everything that once was is now the opposite. The album includes a set of illustrated Nursery Rhymes that accompany the project to help you understand this parallel universe beyond the music alone. An experience in No Man’s Land is meant to be multi-sensory, not just about listening. It’s about using your own voice, seeing into this world, feeling it, tasting it and of course seeing what goes on in the midst of the crossfire. The album and release party will serve your senses and take you on a journey through the rough terrain that is No Man’s Land.
Desdamona is a fiscal year 2015 recipient of an Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature, and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
John Keston and Graham O’Brien join forces in February to add some electroacoustic sounds to Bedlam Lowertown just off of the light rail line. Ostracon is John on synthesizers and Graham on drums, and they perform evolving compositions that fuse rich analog electronics with dynamic live drumming. Video artist Chris LeBlanc will also join in using a combination of archaic, analog video techniques and emerging technology to produce uncanny visuals that respond to and evolve with the music as it is performed. The kitchen will be open for lunch!
Learn more about Landmark to Lowertown here: http://composersforum.org/
The Bedlam has done a great job of doing cool things. Whether it be music or theatrical events, it’s programming has been cutting edge. It gearing up for another found of fundraising and you can help them out. You can send a donation there way, or even help them by drinking beer.
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Many artists and performers, multiple stages. See website for more info.