3 band local showcase featuring solid locals who don't perform all the time. The Edith Massey are no strangers to the Aquarium stage, they've been stoner rocking as a duo for quite some time. Trees at Sea are a newer act featuring veteran local musicians like Ethan Rooney and Jack MacArthur, they have an eclectic sound which spans many genres and keeps you entertained all night long. the San Haven Chuckle rounds out the night. Come out and support local music with 3 fine rocking acts.
Chicago punk duo returns https://www.facebook.com/WhiteMysteryBand with San Francisco punk on Burger Records https://www.facebook.com/sarahbethenelson and Twin Cities singer/songwriter on Burger http://mitchelladamjohnson.bandcamp.com/releases
Celebrate summer with a live performance from 4 of the newest up and coming acts from Fargo. It's our first summer fundraiser for our community radio station 89.1 Ken's FM. Come on out and support the local radio station that supports the local music community.
Fundraiser show for the Joe Gaarsland family.
Sounds Like: Queens of the Stone Age, The Black Keys, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Black Sabbath, The Moving Sidewalks
Bio: The Edith Massey are a two-man rocking unit in Fargo, North Dakota. Originally hailing from Stark County in Southwest North Dakota. Drifters by nature, spacemen by nurture. The condensed form of Fargo's favorite Rock and Roll outfit, the Edith Massey roll all the seeds and twigs of sound into sto...See Full Bio
“It’s also refreshing for the audience to hear a new vocalist mid set. Marcusen and Buettner complement each other well as band mates, and they sound somewhat similar as guitarist and drummers – though they sing very, very differently. Listeners can especially hear this in The Edith Massey self-titled album. Marcusen has a warm and welcoming, though easily excitable singing voice. The songs “Muse” and “Out Of Order,” track 4 and 5 off the album, beautifully showcase his smooth, classic and ride-able singing/songwriting style. Buettner, other the other hand, sings like a hardcore shoegazer one moment and then jacked up Jack White the next. The song “2:51 a.m.,” track 2, is especially listener-attractive with is psych-infused dreamlike drama. In “I Like What I See,” track 3, Buettner sounds a lot more playful, though no less weird and intriguing. “We do a lot with a little,” Buettner said. “Even in studio production, we don’t want to over-track...”