$8 advance / $10 at the door

10:30pm showtime



Kazyak is back with Odyssey (avail. 8/16/2019), the band’s third release in 3 years, following the Happy Camping EP (2017) and the Reflection LP (2018). On the surface, Odyssey is extremely satisfying indie rock ear candy. Dig a little deeper and find intricate connections between lyrical, visual and aural elements. From guitarist/songwriter Peter Frey’s perspective, the album is “more rugged, forward-looking and psychedelic than our past releases. It’s the first record we’ve recorded live, and is channeling inspiration from Patagonia and themes from Joseph Campbell’s The Power of Myth. It’s a big step forward for us, and is a journey into the unknown.”

Kazyak is no stranger to taking chances with sound, and Odyssey is proof. The songwriting is on the same level as past releases, but the focus here is that they’ve turned up the psychedelic knob several notches - wetter vocals, an orchestrated Prophet V and Juno 106 synth-combo, and heroic guitar hooks, held together by solid drums and bass. The live lineup is Peter Frey (guitar), Andy Wolfe (guitar), Pat Hayes (synth, piano), Tyler Safranek (bass), and Nick Grewe (drums). The group has shared the stage with many, including LA indie rockers the Local Natives and Duluth-based Trampled by Turtles, and continues to collaborate closely with Minneapolis-based engineer/drummer Brett Bullion.



Radiochurch is a group based in Minneapolis, MN whose honest, feel good music has been making waves in the Twin Cities. Each member brings their own unique perspective and style, creating a fluid and dynamic experience that lends itself to any music lover. In their first year together they performed as a finalist at the Paisley Park Battle of the Bands.

Recorded at The Hideaway Studios with producer Jason McGlone (Nooky Jones, McNasty Brass Band) in Minneapolis, Radiochurch’s debut album was recently released in October 2018. Citizens Band is the culmination of over a year of collaborative writing and arranging which serves as the foundation for Ellis Cleve’s heartfelt lyrics that speak of hopes, dreams, and love, but also of the realities of the disenfranchised in America. From the feel good, danceable groove of “Good Vibes” to the more melodic stylings of “Paradise”, Citizens Band takes you on a genre bending journey and also packs a powerful lyrical message.

Julia M. Wilcox:


Julia M. Wilcox is a pianist & songwriter who started performing the great classical composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms before finding her way to more experimental, avant-garde and minimalist works. In her performances, she often finds herself exploring the duality of sound - on one side the soothing, mesmerizing sounds of nature, spirituality, and expansiveness and the other the mechanical, sparse rigidity of the machine-age.


It’s something borrowed

A minimalist soundscape

Glass, endless expanse