$7 at the door
9:30pm doors/10pm showtime
George Hadfield is a songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist. He has written music for film and TV, and established himself as a notable session bassist and sideman in the legendary Minneapolis music scene.
In 2015 he released his first EP, Secret Tapes, combining his love of analog synths, pop, hip-hop, funk and R&B. The title track was listed in the ‘Top 89 Local Songs 2015’ by MPR’s indie tastemakers, The Current. Spotify France featured the track ‘Never Told A Lie’ on their ‘Song Of The Day’ playlist.
Hadfield’s upcoming full-length debut, Brenda, is a futuristic throwback of mid-tempo meditations. Taking his groove based synth-pop sound into funkier landscapes, the songs explore: love, addiction, recovery, and trying to find peace in an increasingly chaotic world.
Jef Sundquist, Don House, & Jeremy Hanson:
(of Dem Yuut)
Members of the band Dem Yuut. Feels for the roller rink and hot tub. It's still a Wu Tang show even if Ghostface doesn't show up.
"It sounds like it came crashing in from 1978 with one of those absolutely insistent sax lines and a bassline that you’ll wanna write home about, plus a gorgeous chorus that’ll linger in your brain all day long...You And I,” the obvious single that’s got one of those magnificent Hooks From God that stumble across your path every once in a while..."- Letoile Magazine
"Just as powerful as Fitz & the Tantrums vocalist Michael Fitzpatrick, Church's treated falsetto is always in control... On the piano-laced title track, he sounds more like Queen's Freddie Mercury."-City Pages' Erik Thompson
"Night Games" is Al Church's second solo record, following "Next Summer" in 2015, which was lauded by critics for its powerful vocals, catchy hooks and sexy sax lines.