David Campbell's 40th b-day party feat: DJ Jake Rudh, Tiny Porno Riot: The Triumvirate, and super special surprise guests _________!



$8 AT THE DOOR

10pm doors/10:30pm showtime

21+

 

PRESENTED BY THE TWIN CITIES FRATERNAL ORDER OF DAD BODS AND SAUSAGE PIZZA.

 

Celebrate 40 years of The Current’s David Campbell being a human being on this planet! Hear a special duo performance by secret guests – masters in both country and western. Witness a one time only, collaborative, 3 for 1, round robin set and electro-pop extravaganza featuring Tiny Deaths, Pornonono, and Fort Wilson Riot. Dance the night away while DJ Jake Rudh delivers his signature blend of Transmission hits!  

 

 

DJ Jake Rudh:

Former Radio K, REV 105, NPR alum and present host on 89.3 the Current, Jake's been voted "best DJ" in the Twin Cities by the readers & critics of City Pages magazine ten years running (2003-2012) and one of Star Tribune's "Artists of the Year" (2012).  His long-running "Transmission" dance night has been a weekly staple on the Minneapolis scene bringing a mixture of mod, glam & punk to post-punk, new wave, synth & indie rock for over a decade.

 

 

 

 

 

Pornonono:

Pornonono is an RnB future-myth in search of a time and place we can all dance ourselves into one body and soul. Aaron Baum, Amy Hager, Jacob Mullis, Jared Isabella, Ben Clark.
 

 

 

Fort Wilson Riot:

This Minneapolis-based avant pop duo of Amy Hager and Jacob Mullis have no shortness of ambition. In 2011 they gave us the Generation Complex EP which experimented with pristine vocal harmonies married to jarring electro-garage-pop. Through 2012 and 2013 they made a mad dash around the USA into clubs, bars, living rooms and festivals like SXSW, CMJ, Midpoint Music Festival, Cataracts, Freakfest, and Independent’s Day.

And now, “trIllIun”. With the former 12 Rods and Mystery Palace man, Ryan Olcott, at the production helm, Fort Wilson Riot promise an album that blurs boundaries while immersing the listener in hypnotic waves from some sunset alien shore. The first taste is “Yes Indeed,” a sultry psychedelic R&B jam that showcases a new side of FWR and gives a tantalizing glimpse of the exciting new ground they are covering.

 

 

 

Tiny Deaths:

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Following in the footsteps of mood-setters Phantogram and Beach House, tiny deaths is poised to be the next breakout act from Minneapolis, a city rich in talent (having birthed the likes of Polica and Gayngs in the past few years). Sounding simultaneously almost familiar and yet like nothing else, Grant Cutler (Lookbook, Wolflords) and Claire de Lune (The Chalice) have joined forces to create a fresh take on the dark, brooding electropop movement currently dominating indie rock.