Wingman record release + Tungsten



$8 in advance/$10 at the door

9:30pm doors/10pm showtime

21+

 

 

Wingman:

Wingman is an alternative rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Birthed out of the common love for music that comes naturally, members Con Davison and Dan Stewart met while playing as the rhythm section in another Minneapolis band, Ancient Mariner. 

Starting with a collection of songs written by Con over years prior to moving to Minneapolis, the duo began working to refine those tunes, and through that process, a knack for collaboration became clear. After a year of writing sessions, and countless demos in 2015, a new sound was formed and Wingman’s debut record, Honcho, took shape. 

Spanning a wide range of sound, Wingman is at once pop sensible and melancholy; both driving and laid back. Their debut record is full of challenging ideas delivered by big guitars and infectious melody. 

 

 

 

 

Tungsten:

Tungsten is a passion project between three seasoned Twin Cities musicians, Joe Clark, Jef Sundquist and Jeremy Hanson. Formed as a splinter project from Hildur Victoria in 2011, Clark and Hanson began performing improvised electronic sets under the name Tungsten. Sundquist later joined after Hildur Victoria had broken up, and they began performing as a rock group. Without any prior experience, Clark had taught himself to sing as not to compromise the dynamic of the trio. Building a sound between then and 2013, the group entered the studio to record their first EP “recorded” which was co-produced, engineered and mixed by Brett Bullion and mastered by Huntley Miller. After playing several shows regionally, they began recording the “Digital World” LP themselves in a makeshift basement studio on 4-track cassette tape which was released October 2015.