$5 at the door
Echtzeit! is a performance series that highlights the exploratory sounds of noise, entrancement and free music curated by Trever Hagen.
(Andrew Broder/Tim Glenn - members of FOG, The Cloak Ox, Squid Fist, The Blight)
Born and raised in Minneapolis MN, Andrew Broder has dedicated the better part of his thirty-plus years to carving out his own singular path in music. Andrew has spent time as a cutting and scratching hip-hop battle DJ, a snotty punk rocker, a challenging and thoughtful improviser, soundtrack composer, working sideman, producer, remixer, beat-maker, poet, brutal noise-monger and above all a fearless, restless and provocative songwriter.
His work is a study in surprise and defying expectation. With his records as Fog, he re-defined the turntable as a compositional tool, and his contributions since to avant hip-hop, electronic music, rock, jazz and metal have been equally engaging, and envelope-pushing. His lyrics are cutting and evocative, his melodies poignant and tart, and his curiosity leads him to unexpected juxtapositions in sound and image. In whatever genre or medium he works, he strives to take the listener somewhere they have never been, or make them more keenly aware of somewhere they already are.
Drummer, composer, improviser, drum teacher, interpretive naturalist. Tim Glenn has been actively performing around the Twin Cities and elsewhere since 1994. Current groups include The Blight, Blood Quantum, Squid Fist, and Pentacene. He has scored contemporary dance works by The Body Cartography Project, Anna Marie Shogren, and Laurie Van Wieren and co-curated the monthly improvised music series "Last Tuesdays" at the Bryant Lake Bowl with Erik Fratzke.
(Trever Hagen/James Buckley)
"Brutal Noise Rock or Jazz Twisted Abomination" - Kevin Cosgrove
Trumpet, Mixer - Trever Hagen
Bass, Pedals - James Buckley
(members of Marijuana Deathsquads)
Curse The Day That Birthed The Bastard, by Makr, is now available for download and streaming. This 4 song opus was written as a reflection on certain phases of artist Mark McGee's life, made possible in part from a grant from the Jerome Foundation.