We are opening for Brice Plays Drums' CD Release Party. More details when we get them.
After nearly a year in production, Space Monster is releasing its ambitious full-length debut, "Abduction." Packed with dense psychedelic grooves and aggressive funk, "Abduction" is an album that defies the constraints of genre and the "four-minute radio song," giving the listener a unique music experience intended to be listened to as a whole. Lyrical themes include self-assertion, modern isolation, and an open perspective that blurs the lines between aggressor and victim, the familiar and the foreign. Whether you enjoy blues, rock, reggae, funk, or anything in between, "Abduction" will fit in any music collection, and with cover art and a comic book insert designed by Timothy Irwin, it'll look good going there. LINEUP: *Space Monster *Brice Plays Drums *Sticky Smash
Be prepared, ye mighty, for a show so eminent as to make you move to your feet to boogie your seat to many an infectious beat. The Super Pilots, an incomprehensibly talented quartet from the East (coast) dawns upon the border of a Minnesota capital near you for the sole purpose of soul-sanctifying admonitions. Upon the concert that was foretold in so many prophecies, disciples Brice Plays Drums sprang into reverent action to find a band that would portend the splendid candor of intricacy, tenacity, and wherewithal (to say the least) of these Berkelee music students: their search was long and arduous, but with fervor they stumbled upon a local progressive rock group, Brice Plays Drums, and the divine counsel of the gods seemed in action. Yet, something was missing from this gig, and only a force ostensibly out of this world could complete it. As if by the hand of God, an invasion began, leveling the facade of greatness and expelling the mediocrity to which the weak hid. Blinded, confused, and somewhat curious, the masses looked up from their ruins and witnessed Space Monster. Demanding to see the withered state of Minnesota's leader, the common folk mumbled and clearly were put off with themselves. Seeing the commotion as a calling as opposed to a condemnation, Brice Plays Drums mustered the courage to learn these strange being's language and found, in fact, that they had only come to join the crusade against musical mediocrity. With the players set, the three bands set out to rectify what would otherwise be a boring Saturday night for most, and settled in the humble abode of Big V's Saloon, calling their battle cries and hoping that many would attend. The end is nigh, but for the loyal, it is only a beginning which can be found on August 13th. Join The Super Pilots, a jazz fusion quartet, as they traverse through this broken state to bring tunes of rejoice as they debut their new EP, Brice Plays Drums as they debut their new theatrical song "The Jester", and the psychedelic fusion of Space Monster as they continue the leveling of the Twin Cities on their two-headed weekend, gracing the urbanites for their only local shows of the season. I expect you to be there: your mortal soul may depend on it. $5 at the door, but any indoor lovin' is FREE!
Brice Plays Drums CD Release show.
Sounds Like: The Mars Volta México, Crimson King - In the court of King Crimson, Jeff Buckley, Between the Buried and Me, RX Bandits
Manager: Michael Higgins
Bio: One day, from the deep of space, a distress call rang out. Luckily, a young Michael Higgins was calibrating his Spectral Graphometer and was able to receive and interpret the message. It seemed the Civilization inhabiting the planet of Hum'ponch was slowly dying off from the terrible torture of m...See Full Bio