9:30pm doors/10pm showtime
$8 in advance/$10 at the door
Sarah White has performed internationally, sharing stages and Collaborating with Talented artists including Yasin Bey, K-OS, Macy Gray, King Britt, J'Davey, and Manifest. Sarah offers versatility with a multitude of experience including live band performances & DJ sets to vocal soundscapes & acoustic candlelit harmonies. Sarah has independently released 2 solo albums, her voice is featured on record label releases from the midwest to Tokyo and she won Scion's best electronic vocalist competition while living in NYC. Recent projects include traveling to Cuba and recording in Havana, neon-soul band Shiro Dame, and the new EP, "Laughing at Ghosts.
The live band: Blayr Alexander-drums, Tash Baron-Keys, Ry Dill-Bass, Sarah White-Vocals & Lyrics.
Lady Midnight (Adriana Rimpel) is a bi-lingual songwriter, vocalist, performer and youth activist born and raised in St.Paul, MN. She is the former lead vocalist of Afro-Latin ensemble Malamanya, featured on Twin Cities Public Television’s Lowertown Line and MN Original; vocalist for electronic trio VANDAAM, and ensemble member of "9th House”, a collaborative sagittarian project from Twin City MC’s I Self Devine & Muja Messiah, who dropped the surprise album late last November. Past projects include live and recorded contributions for projects with Sarah White, Jayanthi Kyle, Sonny Knight & The Lakers, Mina Moore, and Chastity Brow as well as two studio EP's with Malamanya, one LP and EP with VANDAAM, and a 7-month artist residency project presenting emerging artists experiencing homelessness alongside local favorites Medium Zach, Greg Grease, K.Raydio, and Kristoff Krane in partnership with Kulture Klib Collabkraive. Currently Midnight is working on joint and solo projects with local and international producers as well as co-writing and composing for Little Lu: A World Within, a shadow puppet show for children and their caregivers around trauma and self-care.
This 17-year-old nocturnal pop artist from St. Paul has crafted a unique, alluring style. Dizzy Fae is just starting to make waves locally (she made her live debut in October, opening for The Internet), and she's more in tune with forward-thinking R&B and electro artists like The Weeknd and FKA Twigs than other artists in the Twin Cities. - NPR