Calling all you crazy little things:
Friday, February 15th at Icehouse.
Music at 11pm:
$10 at the door
$8 in advance
10 p.m. show
$10 cover -- presale link to to come!
D Mills & The Thrills -- local hip-hop w/ live band
Jessica Vines -- local jazz/pop/soul
Free Truman -- local punk
Gina Powers with Mitch Rittenbach -- local folk/Americana
$6 adv / $8 doors
10 p.m. showtime
Nazeem & Spencer Joles, Student 1 and D Mills join forces for a hip-hop show loaded with thoughtful rap delivery, dirty/raw beats and creative sound dimensions.
Nazeem & Spencer Joles
"Each raps with a style that pushes forward while the other pulls back, complementing one another’s lyrical flow as each song mounts in rising tension ... Spencer’s production darts between folk, classical, and pop music, and he says he tries take aspects from each and incorporate them into his beats." - The Current
"It's a decent shorthand to describe the young rapper's affinity for wordplay, his open-book self-consciousness, and his primary influences. (He cites Slug and MF Doom specifically, and you can hear hints of Childish Gambino and Chance the Rapper as well.) But "backpack rap" hardly begins to capture Student1's open-ended grasp of modern hip-hop" - City Pages
D Mills (Diane Miller)
D Mills (of D Mills & The Thrills) performs solo hip-hop by making her own beats organically with a loop station. She's been described by critics and fans as "unexpected" and "inspirational" for her wild ability to rap and sing from a poetic, engaging voice. It's unexpected in that Diane is a quiet, unassuming person off stage, originally from Fargo, ND. It's inspirational in that Diane's abilities are bold, creative, raw and strong.
In wake of the success and historical importance of Hollywood’s ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ we bring you a night of music featuring three Asian fronted musical acts. D Mills, Night of Joy, and Kiss the Tiger are sure to put some spice in your life. When’s the last time you saw this many Asians front and center in a grungy rock club? Probably never! Come on out and get inspired. It’s gonna be a party.
Twin Cities art rock meets Minneapolis rock n roll meets Fargo alt folk for a night of fantastic musicianship, high energy tunes and a celebration of The Silver Daggers as they perform the final show ever.
Join us on Thursday, September 13th at Day Block Brewing Company in Minneapolis for a night of hip hop and craft beer.
Cold Sweat - MC/DJ (of Zen People) and Ben Buck Beatbox (Austin, TX) will be rocking the night with freestyle raps, turntable scratches, and beatboxing. Also! Opening the night will be Diane Miller, Shawn Who and North Star Wisdom.
$5 cover | 21+
Doors at 9:30pm