Triple Rock Social Club

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Glow Mechanics

Glow Mechanics

Double Grave (Album Release), Beasthead, Nick Costa (The Person and the People)

Sat 03/04

9:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 18 and over

Glow Mechanics
Glow Mechanics
Glow Mechanics is a hip hop group from Minneapolis made up of emcees Ghostmeat and BEV, producer Es El, and visual artist/videographers Plane Jane and Twan. We try to make music that's cool to listen to and fun to watch and as hip hop as possible.
Double Grave (Album Release)
Double Grave (Album Release)
Much like the actual New Year's Day, Double Grave (formerly known as Ego Death)'s new single "New Years Day" is a slow burner. Things can be slow to start after a long New Year's Eve night, but there's an unpredictability that lies ahead. Following a string of EPs, the Minneapolis band are getting ready to release their upcoming full length debut, New Year's Daydream, this Spring with Sad Cactus Records and they've embraced that unpredictability.



"New Years Day" is the record's first single, opening at a crawling pace (like many of us on New Year's Day) with a gloomy slowcore intro provided by guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Warden. Things don't stay sleepy for too long though as the band burst in around the one minute mark with a jangly art-pop riff and a change in perspective as Warden sings "hey look, I'm doing okay".

From there "New Years Day" spirals out as they layer on fuzzy riffs, thick grooving bass lines, and a tight rhythm, eventually pulling itself into a brilliantly distorted collapse of skronky chaos. The tempo contracts as the noise builds, swallowing the song whole as the guitars and Seth Tracy's clamoring drums wrestle to keep everything afloat. It's the perfect blend of eccentric pop hooks and tonal destruction, sounding something like a band being sucked through a black hole mid-performance. Welcome to the new year. [Dan Goldin, Post Trash]
Beasthead
Beasthead
Harry Reynolds: Vocals, Guitar
Doug Deitchler: Guitar, Synth, Percussion
Nick Whebbe: Guitar
Paul Novak: Bass
Nick Costa (The Person and the People)
Nick Costa (The Person and the People)
For The Person & The People, everything traces back to the high school years. A group of old friends from multiple bands in the area finally teamed up and joined together to make music. The result of that is a power-pop flavored rock and roll band that truly stands out from the rest. That youthful energy can certainly still be felt with this band. In just the past 10 months, they released their debut full-length titled Big Whoop, which immediately gained praise. The single “I Was Wrong” was the song of the day for 89.3 The Current twice, and that was just the beginning. Youa Vang of City Pages called it “a collection of the smartest and catchiest songs brash enough to snag your attention.” and KT Lindemann said “The Person and the People are in top form on Big Whoop, and its clear that these former teen punks have grown swimmingly into their sound together.” Instead of riding the wave of success on their debut release, they decided to make another album as soon as possible.
The result of that decision is What A Drag, a collection of pop powerhouses, and tons of “firsts” for the band. It’s their first release on local record label Land Ski Records, their first record with a producer (Local recording genius, Knol Tate), and the first time guitarists Nick Costa and Sam Sanford split up songwriting duties. This makes for a truly unique and different record than the previous Big Whoop, but it’s every bit as catchy. They will be releasing What A Drag at the Triple Rock Social Club on October 26th via Land Ski Records along with special guests Taj Raj and LOTT.
Venue Information:
Triple Rock Social Club
629 Cedar Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN, 55454
http://triplerocksocialclub.com/

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