The boys from Beasthead just released their new EP, I Owe You For This, and the release party is set to go down tonight at Icehouse. It’s been awhile since we’ve gotten a new project from them, but they’ve always delivered well crafted work. Their live shows have transformed since the days of Tallest Trees, so we’re looking forward to seeing where they’re at now. The lineup for the night also features Cool Pollution, MAKR, and DJ sets by Keith Millions. This event 21+ to enter and the door will only cost you $7, click the link below for more information.
Location: 701 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Tuesday, April 11th @ 7PM
The homies from Cool Pollution are gearing up to release their new EP, From Kosmos With Love, at 7th Street Entry tonight. The band just received two new members in Adriatic & Ian Sutherland, two accomplished musicians in their own right. The night will also feature performances from The Controversial New ‘Skinny Pill,’ City Counselor, Sloslylove, and Ghostband. This show is 18+ and tickets are currently available for only $6, click the link below to grab yours now.
Location: 329 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis When: Friday, May 13th @ 9PM
The homie Cool Pollution will headline the Acadia on the West Bank tonight. Known for his eclectic sound, Cool Pollution is a one man band, who knows; you might hear some Russian folk music or some of his new material. The evening will also feature performances from Frequent Collisions and Quiet Pioneer, a solid night of music for NO COVER. If happen to find yourself on the West Bank tonight, stop by the Acadia and say what’s up.
Location: 1105 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis When: Saturday, March 5th @ 9PM
The homie Cool Pollution will be live at Day Block Brewing later tonight. The one man band will be joined by Qaanaaq for what should be an eclectic night of music. Day Block Brewing is one of the more low key breweries in the city, but don’t sleep, they offer good food and great beer to go with it. This one is 21+ and the door is only $5, click the link below for more information.
We are happy to premier Minneapolis’ own, Cool Pollution, with their first ever video, “Where’s My Phone?” The entire video, which was shot manually (no-auto focus), is entertaining and full of its own quirks. The video was filmed throughout one day in the Twin Cities, using a variety of shots of downtown Minneapolis / St.Paul and the nature that surrounds the two cities. The track, which is featured off Cool Pollution’s album, Landlocked with Lakes, possesses a sense of wonder – Where is the PHONE?
This Thursday, Cool Pollution will be joining Glow Mechanics at The Nomad, for their final Thursday residency show. Continue to stay tuned for more from Cool Pollution as they continue to surface the local music scene.
Location: 501 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis When: Every Thursday in July @ 9PM
Bae Tigre’s Minneseries continues tonight at the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis’ West Bank neighborhood. This time around she will be joined by Blackwood, Cool Pollution and God’s Drugs; you’ll also get a chance to peep DJ FooLProoF on the 1s & 2s. The Nomad’s Minneseries usually showcases awesome artists and tonight should be no different. These are always FREE and always 21+, if you’re looking for something to do, stop by the Nomad later for what should be a good night.
Last weekend, Cool Pollution held their CD release party at The Taj and it was awesome. Afterward, the fam decided to take a drunken walk to Dulono’s on Lake street for a late night bite to eat. The above pictures are some of the tame ones from the night, hopefully we’ll be able to go uncensored in the near future. Check out the photos above and stay tuned for more pics from where ever else we decide to go.
Location: XXXXXXXXXXX When: Friday, June 20th @ 9PM
Tonight, Cool Pollution will be holding their CD Release show/party at everyone’s favorite house, The Taj. Cool Pollution will be throwing down their latest early in the night, with DJ Tetzloff providing the late night dance tunes. This is definitely going to be a good time, kegs, buds, cool people and good music; what more could you possibly ask for?