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RIPPER (TAPE RELEASE) // DELETER (CD RELEASE) // MURDER SHOES // CHERRY COLA // DJ SOME PULP

RIPPER – releasing “A.D.” EP on tape. Check out the new single.
http://rippermpls.bandcamp.com/track/on-the-curb

Deleter – releasing “Oblique Seasons” on CD
https://deleter.bandcamp.com/

Murder Shoes – Real cool & attractive service industry folks who play a brand of music that’s rad & fun. 
https://murdershoes.bandcamp.com/

Cherry Cola – The future of MPLS music played by kids who are 15 y/o to 78 y/o. Hard to keep track. 
https://www.facebook.com/cherrycola69

DJ Some Pulp to keep you entertained between musical acts.

18+ // $5 // 9pm Doors

Sponsored by Radio K & Pabst Blue Ribbon

Listen – Deleter – Seclusion

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Deleter keeps tearing it up, with it’s post punk, indie rock slant. A release show not to be missed, and a new album that should be listened to, again and again.

http://riftmagazine.com/event/ripper-tape-release-deleter-cd-release-murder-shoes-cherry-cola-dj-some-pulp/

 

The Persian Leaps High & Vibrate EP Release Show

On Friday, Sept 25, the Persian Leaps will release High & Vibrate, their 3rd 5-song EP. Come celebrate with a show at the 331 Club, with performances by The Persian Leaps, plus friends Dan Mariska & the Boys Choir and Deleter.

In the meantime, check out “Dottie, Queen of the West,” the first single from High & Vibrate: https://thepersianleaps.bandcamp.com/album/high-vibrate.

AND! Bask in the awesomeness of Dan Mariska & the Boys Choir (https://danmariska.bandcamp.com/) and Deleter (https://deleter.bandcamp.com/).

Doors at 9:30 pm. FREE ADMISSION. 21+

Music Review – Deleter – Zweite Komposition

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by Courtney Schultz

Deleter seeps its way through your speakers and invisibly permeates the air of your living room, all while lulling you into a hypnotic groove. With their aptly named second installment of the Komposition EP duo, Zweite Komposition, Deleter drives psychedelic guitar riffs with jazzy percussion. Blanketed by dark, tension-laden lyrics, what emerges is the sound of an adventure shrouded in something surreptitious and mysterious. Continue reading