What's going on? Halloween Weekend edition..

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FRIDAY
All Day Event HAUNTED HOUSE ( ALBUM RELEASE SHOWS )
7:00 PM BareBones presents.. Devoured
8:30 PM The Devil Makes Three @ 7th Street Entry
9:00 PM Lookbook @ Turf Club
9:00 PM Poutums @ Cafe Maude
10:00 PM Minneapolis Dub Ensemble @ Memory Lanes
10:00 PM SOOTHING ALMONDS COLLECTIVE PRESENTS: Obchod Na Korze, David Chain, Tips for Twat, Big Cop, Radical Cemetary, Fucked Clown, D.J. Fast Elvis
11:30 PM Foodteam Trio @ Dakota Late Night
SATURDAY
All Day Event HAUNTED HOUSE ( ALBUM RELEASE SHOWS )
7:00 PM BareBones presents.. Devoured
9:00 PM E.L. nO, A Night in the Box (as Elvis) and DJ Mary Lucia @ Lee’s Liquor Lounge
9:00 PM Gay Witch Abortion @ 331 Club
9:00 PM Mystery Palace, the Blind Shake and Brutal Becomings @ 501 Club
9:00 PM ZEBULON PIKE @ UPTOWN BAR
9:30 PM Sims, Kristoff Krane and Mel Gibson & the Pants @ Sauce Spirits & Soundbar
10:00 PM DISASTERATTI AS THE CRAMPS, PLUS GNR, AC/DC, MOTLEY CRUE & MORE @ TRIPLE ROCK
10:00 PM INVISIBLE BOY / TO KILL A PETTY BOURGEOISIE / IS IS / TEENAGE MOODS @ THE HEX
10:00 PM The Book Of Right On, Red Pens, Puppy Dogs and Ice Cream, Lady Hard-on @ Turf
10:30 PM ‘Halloween Party’ w/ Zombie Season The Funeral and The Twilight Hawks and Oxen @ Kitty Cat Klub
Sunday, November 1, 2009
7:00 PM More Cowbell’s First Sundays w/ Blackcloud Stallionheart, Lucy Michelle, Jack Klatt @ Acadia

Haunted House 'Guess Who's Not Coming To Dinner' Album Release Shows

With “Guess Who’s Not Coming to Dinner,” Haunted House prove they aren’t just another Minneapolis All-Star jam band. They are a formidable rock and roll unit lead fearlessly by Mike Watton. Band members and collaborators include, yet are not limited to Jon Davis (Ghostband), Adam Patterson (whitesand/badlands), Cole Claerhout (Dante & The Lobster), Martin Dosh (Andrew Bird), and Freddy Votel. (Skoal Kodiak)

They are an unrivaled, rhythm-heavy rock orchestra. A piano-heavy Pixies or maximal Modest Mouse draw comparisons but don’t nearly describe the freak fluency they share..

Here are some details about the release shows from Mike..

Capgun Coup from Omaha has been added to the October 30th Hexagon bill. Knife World was so stunned by the invite they were rendered speechless. So the line-up is, in no particular order since I’m not sure how that’s going to shake out, but this is my best guess:

Vampire Hands
Haunted House
Capgun Coup
Mute Era

FREE – 21+

Full line-up for the Halloween, and I have no idea the order:

An Ali Farka tribute band
Tender Meat
Ratt Poison
Awesome Snakes
Japanther
Haunted House

$5 – ALL AGES

What's going on Thursday?

Tomorrow

7:30 PM Dan Deacon @ The Cave (Northfield, MN)
7:30 PM Mum with Sin Fang Bous presented by Vita.mn @ Walker Art Center (SOLD OUT)
7:30 PM Osso & Sufjan Stevens’ the BQE @ Southern Theater
8:00 PM BOUNCER FIGHTER @ THE NOMAD (MINNE-SERIES)
8:00 PM Monsters of Folk (M. Ward, Conor Oberst, Jim James, and Mike Mogis) @ The Orpheum
8:00 PM On the Road with Dark Dark Dark @ Franklin Art Works
9:30 PM Ghostband, Aby Wolf and Brett Bullion @ Sauce Spirits & Soundbar

Franklin Presents: On the Road with Dark Dark Dark

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Franklin Presents: On the Road with Dark Dark Dark

Music and Closing Event

Thursday October 29, 2009 at 8pm

In the spirit of Fischer’s interest in travel and the mythological American road trip, local chamber-folk band Dark Dark Dark will give a special performance, interlaced with their stories of floating down the Mississippi river on homemade rafts, discussions of special projects (see below), and projected images of life on the road.

In the last several years, Dark Dark Dark have become known as one of Minneapolis’ most talented musical acts, while simultaneously embarking on journeys across the country to play music and participate in exhibitions and collaborative projects, exchanging stability for a life of travel and adventure on the road.
Debuting Franklin’s new program of live events, Franklin Presents, band members Nona Marie Invie, Marshall LaCount, and Jonathan Kaiser will discuss their participation in Swimming Cities, an art boat project originating in Brooklyn, an upcoming film entitled Flood in which they are the featured subjects, participation in major exhibitions (at MassMoCA and the Van AbbeMuseum, the Netherlands), and collaborations with artists SWOON, Jay Heikes, Tim Piotrowski, Tod Seelie, Christian Rex VanMinnen, and filmmaker Bill Daniel.

For this closing event, Dark Dark Dark will perform amid the sculptural environment created by Fisher for Few Landmarks and No Boundaries, once more bringing the space alive with live music and stories of restlessness and adventure in celebration of the exhibition’s closing.

Opening band tête-à-tête. Suggested $5 donation.

About Franklin Presents

Franklin Presents is a new arts program devoted to presenting live music, film screenings, readings, lectures, artist talks, and collaborative projects that highlight underlying themes of concurrent Main Gallery exhibitions.

Please contact Colleen Harriss at 612-872-7494 x 4 or at colleen@franklinartworks.org

with any questions regarding the program.


Franklin Art Works

1021 East Franklin Avenue

Minneapolis, MN 55404

David Bazan (ex-Pedro The Lion) w/ Say Hi & Wye Oak @ Turf Club

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
First Avenue presents…DAVID BAZAN (and band), SAY HI, WYE OAK
Doors 8:00pm  |  $12 cover

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
First Avenue presents…DAVID BAZAN (and band), SAY HI, WYE OAK
Doors 8:00pm  |  $12 cover

David Bazan

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David Bazan – Bless This Mess (MP3)

Say Hi

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Say Hi – Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh (MP3)
Say Hi – November Was White, December Was Grey (MP3)

Wye Oak

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Wye Oak – Take It In (MP3)

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Foodteam Trio @ Kitty Cat Klub

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BOO!
HAHA. Scared your sorry ass. If you thought that was spooky, the
FoodTeam Trio (Ryan Olcott, James Buckley & Joey Van Phillips) are
about to get really scary Wednesday night, the 28th at the Kitty Cat
Klub. If you’re down with electro-horror-jamz, then the KCK will be
the place to be. Prepare to get freaked out!!!

FoodTeam Trio
@ The Kitty Cat Klub – Dinkytown, Mpls
Wednesday, Oct 28
10pm
21+
FREE

Minneapolis Free Music Society @ SHINDERS

Wednesday, October 28, 2009
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Shinders: 788 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN

This performance will feature an electronic piece that I created out of whistle sounds, as well as experimental improvisation. It is presented by myself, Edward Schneider, and the Minneapolis Free Music Society.

This Wednesday, October 28th, 7-9pm, Shinders 788 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN. Come hear music and check out the ongoing art show, curated by Minnesota local art phenom Matt Bakkom!

There are some amazing performers on this gig, including: Wendy Ultan, Alden Ikeda, Jon Davis, Jamie Paul Lamb, Kevin Cosgrove, Joseph Damman, Jonathan Warnberg, and Edward Schneider.

Tuesday Series for Improvised Music @ Art Of This

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Hello.

Thanks to everyone who made it out to the transplanted show at Shinders. Very fun times.
This week we go back home to the gallery and will be hosting some local favorites. Hope to see you there.

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1 – Charles Gillett (guitar) & Stefan Kac (tuba)

2 – Jaron Childs (alto saxophone) & Jesse Petersen (guitar)

3 – George Cartwright (saxophones) & Davu Seru (percussion)

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10/27/09
8pm

Art of This Gallery

http://www.artofthis.net/

3506 Nicollet Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55408
$3-5 suggested donation
BYOB

all the best,
Casey

Broadcast / Atlas Sound @ The Cave (Northfield, MN)

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mp3: Broadcast and The Focus Group – The Be Colony
mp3: Broadcast and The Focus Group – One Million Years Ago

(via The Daily Growl)

Atlas Sound – Quick Canal (MP3)

Atlas Sound – Walkabout f. Noah Lennox (Panda Bear) (MP3)

Atlas Sound – Shelia (MP3)

Atlas Sound – Washington School (MP3)

(via SeattleSubSonic)

Atlas sound and Broadcast play the Cave

Date: Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

Time: 8:00 pm

Location: The Cave

Sponsored by: The Cave

This is an incredibly exciting show for the Cave.

Atlas Sound is the moniker of the unfettered, unrestricted solo efforts of Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox. The name comes from the tape recorder he used in 6th grade when he started recording. He channels all the things he “can’t make work with a five piece rock band” into Atlas Sound. It’s garage rock, noise, ambient electronics, beautiful, challenging, creepy, odd, and very exciting. This is guaranteed to be a really great show.

Broadcast is a UK-based electronic music group heavily influenced by American music from the 60’s. You will get swept up in their dreamy style. But despite being ethereal, the also are dark and edgy, “with amorphous samples and analogue dissonance giving it a retro-futuristic sci-fi edge.” With five albums under their belt, and inevitably more on the way, you will not be disappointed with what Broadcast has to offer.

It is a rare and wonderful opportunity that the Cave gets such wonderful acts, and it is even more exception that they are touring together.

For more information, visit: https://apps.carleton.edu/student/orgs/cave/calendar/?event_id=550208&date=2009-10-27.