Lunch Duchess, Scrunchies, Sass, & E.T. (Indie Rock) $8
Saturday, April 6 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Launched in 2016 with the EP, “My Mom Says I Have A Rich Inner Life,” Minneapolis grunge-pop band Lunch Duchess has continued to make cathartic jams for the sardonic and the heartbroken. Front person/drummer Katharine Seggerman tends to write songs as a therapeutic exercise: sitting with difficult situations until the truth materializes in a melody, and then protecting that truth with the help of a loud rock band. She is joined by Sam Frederick on guitar, Nicky Steves on synthesizers, and Matthew Sandstedt on bass, and together…they are Lunch Duchess.
The band is currently recording their debut full-length album, to be released this summer.
Scrunchies is a Minneapolis-based punk rock supergroup featuring Laura Larson (Kitten Forever), Bree Meyer (Double Grave), and Danielle Cusack (Bruise Violet, Tony Peachka). City Pages says, “Scrunchies are many things: raucous punk rockers, impassioned feminists, music scene veterans. And if you didn’t know better you’d think they emerged, fully formed, as some sort of mythical boss-group with a full live set and an album, Stunner, ready to go only a few short months ago.” Tonight they will be performing as the duo of Laura Larson and Danielle Cusack.
Sass is like if a pink leather skirt from the 90s could talk.
E.T. is a duo comprised of E Regardless (no pronouns/they) and TK (they/them). E.T. uses vocals, synths, beats, and samples to create soundscapes to sweat to that evoke the anxiety from feeling underrepresented as queer, non-binary humans.
E.T. challenges abuse, homophobia & transphobia, fascism, white supremacy, anti-semitism & islamophobia, the current presidency & political climate, as well as the anxiety and anger that are a product of this garbage. Their music is weird and angry, and so are they.
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