Benefit show for Outside In. Helping vulnerable youth near you!
Regarding Krist Krueger’s Yardsss: If you read about it before listening, you’d likely mistake it for a liberal arts master’s thesis. Where most bands play “shows,” Yardsss puts on “performance case studies” and multimedia installations, including a collection of songs inspired by—not covers of!—avant-garde composer John Cage. All this could be completely obnoxious except for one thing: Yardsss is transcendentally, earth-shatteringly gorgeous. If you can make music like that, you get to call your show a case study.
Glacial Fall is comprised of Jeremy Hooton and Heidi Elise Wirz. Sharing a love for: heavy psych, 90’s volume levels, distortion, and ghost stories, Heidi and Jeremy birthed their first collaboration project in 2016. Combining all aspects of their collective art school debt, they craft both heavy and subdued bass lines, shared vocals, and sonic landscapes into: love songs for the end of the world.
Space Rats: Lured by the promise of a drifting Golden Record, intergalactic surf-garage bounty hunters SPACE RATS have crashed your Earth Partay! We have come for your Sagan, we have come for your sonic cherries, we have come for a mint-in-wrapper VHS copy of Overboard! We are the most rockin’est band from outerspace on a collision course with your eardrumz. Beware!