Wed. Nov. 23: !, 2. Go…to Standing Rock
We’re bring back our festival of solo and duo performers, 1,2, Go, as a benefit for the guardians of Standing Rock Sioux Reservation’s water supply from the Dakota Access Pipeline. Organized in conjunction with Water is Life and musician/pizza-maker Matt Zolkowski. several local businesses, including Trinosophes, El Club, UFO Factory, Avalon International Breads and others, will be holding fundraising events and sending supplies to Standing Rock over the next several weeks. Our festival will run all day, from 9 am to 8 pm. Any size donation is accepted for the performances and Trinosophes is contributing 20% of sales as well.
Set times TBA, but here’s a sample of who you’ll be able to hear through out the day:
Johnny Ill, Ben Willis, Earle Davis, Warren DeFever, Efe Bes,The Arch Mystics, Betsy Soukup, Sam Hooker, 696 Blues Band, Skeeter Shelton, Matthew Smith, Nick Sternberg, Julian Spradlin, Michael Malis, Marcus Elliot, Dave Shettler, Molly Jones and Nicole Patrick, Vikki Victoria, Heath Moreland, Andrew Coltrane, James Cornish, Joel Peterson, Dave Hurley, Bridget Michaels
Fri. Nov. 25: Freak Energy! Pod Blotz, Jimbo Easter, Little Princess, Viands
A night of noise and ambient electronic music from this mixture of touring and local acts. From the pen of Jimbo: suzy poling resident west coast weirdo artist film maker is a true visual powerhouse on an artform that teeters on the edge of some tear in times fabric broken mirrors pulsing crystals and alien soundscapes /little princess is noise honcho man about town davin brainard / jimbo easter presents a new otherworldly splinter of himself “salvador” / viands synth drifters duo joel peterson dave shettler and bonus treat film screening of smashism!!!! a night not to be missed
9 pm doors; $8.
Wed. Nov. 30: Makoto Kawabata (of Acid Mother’s Temple) and Tatsuya Nakatani Duo, Chatoyant What!?! This combination of the super-psychedelic guitar of Acid Mother’s Temple founder, Makoto Kawabata, and super-human, improvising percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani is sure to be a real mind-bender and one of the great pairings of the year. The charming improvisations of kindred spirits Chatoyant gets the night going. Doors at 8 pm; $10.
12/15: William Parker and Patricia Nicholson