$6 advance / $8 at the door

9:30pm doors / 10pm show

21+



Warren Thomas Fenzi:

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Warren Thomas Fenzi is best known for his explorations in sound, story telling and songwriting that draw from the wide open landscapes of the Southwest of which he grew up around. As a multi-instrumentalist, Fenzi concocts a diverse array of sounds and styles hinting at Indie Rock, Ambient, Soul and Folk. 

Developed from the endless search to paint a sonic picture of sincerity, Warren Thomas Fenzi concocts “Viven” from a different realm. While building on themes from his 2017 debut album, “WTF”, this 3-part composition forms in a myriad of instrumentation, painting a portrait of beauty, pain, honesty and growth that reaches for the far corners of the human experience. 

The word “Viven” in Spanish translates to “they live”. Throughout the EP, Fenzi refers to “Viven” literally as a womanly character, as well as figuratively; representing the choice we all have to make, every single day…to live our lives in the best way we can.

Doused in mantric lyrics, the heavy-hitting mountain tops of “Hey Viven!”, heart-felt valleys and thunderous storms of “Teach Me How To Hate” and caressing breeze of “Viven (Reprise)”  flow in colorful, cinematic scenes, taking the listener on a journey of introspection. 

If Warren could describe the foundation behind his forth-coming EP, it would be that maybe some of the worst moments of our lives have helped shape us into the best versions of ourselves today.

Warren and the rest of the Minneapolis-based musical collective, Kremblems, will be celebrating the release of the new EP on night #1 of a month-long Kremblems Icehouse Residency on Tuesday, December 4th.

Delphia Cello Quartet:

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Founded in 2017, Delphia is an all-female cello quartet based in the Twin Cities. We play and sing original arrangements, from pop songs to jazz standards to choral hymns.