$5 at the door

9:30pm showtime


Echtzeit! is a performance series that highlights the exploratory sounds of noise, entrancement and free music curated by Trever Hagen.
This month:


Pavement Ant:

(Noah Ophoven-Baldwin + Cole Pulice)


gnarly multiphonic pedal power




George Cartwright + Andrew Broder:


Andrew Broder (aka Lex Records/Ninja Tune recording artist Fog) and George Cartwright (leader of the long-running avant/jazz group Curlew, as well as the GloryLand PonyCat trio) can each lay claim to some serious barrier-crashing & genre-splicing within their respective bodies of work. Together on a Minneapolis stage in February 2004, they carried on the cross-pollination even further: utilizing an array of saxophones, laptops, turntables, keyboards, and various effects, this freely-improvised set touches on familiar territory from their pasts & points a way to future possibilities. By turns lyrical and abstract, meditative and unsettling, Broder and Cartwright create imaginary soundtracks for pirate-broadcast TV documentaries on phenomena you never knew existed.

Top 10 album of 2004 – Kate Silver & Rod Smith,Minneapolis Star Tribune

“…there’s so much here that demands listening… recommended.” – Robert Iannapollo,Cadence




Kresten Osgood + Jame Buckley + Trever Hagen:

(Kresten Osgood)


Kresten, a guest drummer/multi instrumentalist visiting us from Copenhagen!

The Kresten Osgood Trio brings together three of the most respected and established multi-instrumentalists and improvisors in the world. Lucky enough to all have found one another living in Copenhagen, Denmark, fearless and tasteful risk-takers Kresten Osgood, Ned Ferm, and Anders Filipsen have embarked on a journey of epic proportions together.




(Trever Hagen/James Buckley)


"Brutal Noise Rock or Jazz Twisted Abomination" - Kevin Cosgrove

Trumpet, Mixer - Trever Hagen
Bass, Pedals - James Buckley