Tuesday: Bad Bad Hats | Good Graeff

Sugary local indie poppers Bad Bad Hats have made their mark on the Minneapolis music scene with the release of their new EP It Hurts. Twin sister duo Good Graeff creates powerful folk-charged indie pop, centered around dynamic vocals, and upbeat acoustic chord progressions. Get ready for bittersweet anthems and relatable ballads at this pop-driven extravaganza.

Similar Artists:
High Highs, Best Friends Forever, Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles

Wednesday: Gypsyhawk | Black Pussy

Gypsyhawk is summed up to be four metal dudes revisiting and electrifying sounds of bullshit-free 70s rock. Despite the grandeur of this task, these guys have adopted a lets-have-a-good-time mentality, and refuse to take themselves too seriously, and focus primarily on putting on a good show that'll have the audience as happy as they are. Similarly, Black Pussy – a sex-charged, 70s-inspired rock n roll band – blasts their classic, upbeat, and relentlessly hooky tracks through massive, vintage 44 speakers. Black Pussy seduces just about anyone with their heavy, bluesy sound, so hide your daughters, because they're coming to town.

Similar Artists:
The Sword, Skeletonwitch, White Wizard, Valient Thorr

Thursday: Yellow Hyper Balls Tape Release

ALWAYS HUMAN TAPES Release Party for Yellow Hyper Balls (Ryan Wurst) with special guest Dr. Sleep from Jacktone Records plus eecee, TML, DJ Flying Saucer, Heckadecimal and Bert Gan [FACEBOOK EVENT]

 

 

Friday: Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger (SOLD OUT)

Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger (GOASTT) is made up of Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl – two distinctly different parts of one majestic creature. Since their debut, GOASTT has toured with The Flaming Lips and Tame Impala, released a Record Store Day vinyl EP entitled La Carrotte Bleue, and expand upon side projects. Their new album Midnight Sun is a response to the bizarre world we've inherited and helped create, providing an escapist daydream for its inhabitants. If you are looking to take an auditory journey, come enjoy the shape-shifting sonic murals and evocative lyrical panoramas of the new GOASTT album, as performed in the Entry.

Similar Artists:
Little-Joy, Widowspeak, Gardens & Villa, Islands

Saturday: The Detroit Cobras

Blurring the lines between R&B, R&R and soul, The Detroit Cobras are the to go-to party band for those in the know. Surrounding themselves with a rotating cast of some of Motown's finest rockers, The Detroit Cobras specialize in unearthing and reinvigorating the hits from the groovy history of soul, and making them their own. Their albums serve as a type of decoder, leading the way to a better and more soulful, forgotten world.

Similar Artists:
The Reigning Sound, The White Stripes, Amy Winehouse, Irma Thomas, Dirtbombs

Sunday: The Lazy Kids Launch Party

The Lazy Kids was founded in early spring of 2011 by Fergus Falls native, Anthony Oslund, who started recording an album with friends Jeremy Kreuth on drums, at Full Circles Studios. Over the next year, the project expanded to include Dave Donovan, Alina Fox, and Chris Michaels, each adding their own flair to the band and allowing for a more diverse sound. The Lazy Kids will be playing their launch party in the Entry with Holographic Sands, and General B And The Wiz.

Similar Artists:
Elijah Ocean, The Hord & The Harem, Foxtails Brigade