Thu, Jun 14
Fri, Jun 15
Pornonono, Digisaurus, Beasthead, Devata Daun
2001 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN, 55405
Doors 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Pornonono is an RnB future-myth in search of a time and place we can all dance ourselves into one body and soul.
DIGISAURUS is an electronic pop/rock project from artist and producer, James Allison.
Originally from London, England, Allison opened up a recording studio in Columbus, OH and engineering sessions with groups like Phantogram and Maps Atlases, as well as producing records for bands in the area. Allison also performed with numerous groups on guitar, synths and vocals and his extensive performance background includes tour stints with Weezer, Crystal Castles and J. Roddy Walston & The Business. Now based in Los Angeles, Allison dedicates himself wholly to the evolution of music and art, through technology and collaboration under the moniker, Digisaurus.
Beasthead is an electronic indie rock band from Minneapolis, MN.
They came together in an effort to create a sound that could speak to the unusually eclectic common ground they found in their shared artistic interests. Drawing from their past musical experiences and current influences, Beasthead's music "boldly stands apart from much of what is happening in the current Twin Cities music scene" (CITY PAGES, 03/27/14).
In the spring of 2017, Beasthead released their sophomore EP, I Owe You For This, co-produced by Ryan Olcott. Uniquely merging elements from several genres, the EP creates a cyclically fleeting sense of familiarity, making it both contagious, yet hard to pin down.
"This offering from Minneapolis group Beasthead is a tough one to categorize, which is a good thing. Sometimes it comes off like reverb-heavy indie rock, while other times it’s more hip-hop or even trip-hop influenced, and sometimes it falls somewhere between those disparate ends. You can’t say this album isn’t interesting, and it could be one that takes a few plays to really unpack and discover what’s really going on here."
– NERDIST: TOP 5 UNDERGROUND ALBUMS OF THE MONTH, 5/30/17