Location: 629 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis When: Saturday, March 4th @ 8PM
The homies Glow Mechanics will be live at the Triple Rock Social Club this Saturday for an event dubbed “One Night Only.” These guys have been a little quiet as of late, but that looks to be changing soon. The event will also showcase Beasthead, Double Grave, and Nick Costra; rounding out what should be a good night. The door for this show is 18+ and tickets are only $5, click the link below to buy yours now.
Location: xxxxxxxxxxxx, Minneapolis When: Saturday, October 29th // 2PM-????
The Dogg Pound is one of our favorite houses in Minneapolis. Although we no longer spend much time there, we still have a ton of respect for all of the people who live/ co-exist there. This Halloween they’ll turn their usually hot and sweaty end of summer bash (dogg days of summer) into a costume party. The Crash Bandits, Glow Mechanics and Beasthead will all take the stage with plenty of time for dancing afterwards. This is a 21+ party and BYOB is highly encouraged, click the link below for more info.
The homies from Glow Mechanics will be hosting October’s Minneseries at the Nomad World Pub. The series will be sponsored by PBR and Jameson so you already know the drink specials will be on point. The first of the four events is tonight (Oct.1st) and will feature performances from Billy Woods, Beasthead, Premrock and Glow Mechanics; rounding out what should be a good night. These are always FREE and the door is 21+, click the link below for more information on Glow Mechanic’s October Minneseries.
Yesterday, 612 Brewery kicked off their summer concert series, which featured a slew of local artists. After some rain in the early part of the day, the weather held and made for great evening of music. One of the closing shows, Glow Mechanics, came out ready with a high energy performance. With a wide variety of songs in hand, they made sure to include some unreleased material, which sounded better than ever. From the looks of it, we expect a new record to be released very soon. Take a look through some of the highlights from the evening below, and make sure to stay locked for more from Glow Mechanics.
Location: 501 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis When: Wedneday, May 13th @ 8PM
Our homies from Beasthead recently went through a roller coaster ordeal involving the bulk of their equipment being stolen from their car. After a long couple of weeks tracking down the stolen merch in conjunction with the local authorities and a few trusty pawn shop owners, Beasthead has recovered 3 out of the 5 stolen items. The scene has embraced the cause as well with a variety of local bands stepping up to play including Cruel Love, Glow Mechanics, Cool Polution, Sayth and many more. On top of that, it’s Doug’s birthday so we’ll be partying a little extra hard, not bad for a Wednesday night. The door is 21+ and there is a suggested donation of $5 (don’t be that person), if you can’t make the show you can hit up their GoFundMe page to contribute whatever you’re able to. If you’re looking for something to fill in your evening, come down to the Nomad Wednesday for what should be a great time.
Location: 1366 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago When: Friday, March 6th @ 8PM
Tonight, Wicker Park’s Emporium Barcade will be hosting a pretty dope show. The event will feature performances by Auggie The 9th, Nick Astro, The WHOevers, and Minneapolis’ own Glow Mechanics. If the lineup wasn’t enough to draw your attention, the one is FREE and the venue is actually really awesome. If you don’t have plans you should stop by and check out the show, it wont disappoint.
A few weeks back the homies Beasthead took over the studio at Radio K to perform a few tracks, including some newness titled “Warbanger”. With support from Ghostmeat of Glow Mechanics, this track has definitely evolved into an even heavier record, especially in the live format. Shouts out to the good people at Radio K, peep Beasthead’s live performance of “Warbanger” above.
This last Thursday, we stopped over to Nomad, for what turned out to be another successful night. The Nomad continues to welcome local bands in for monthly residencies, which are completely FREE, allowing for an open and inviting environment for many. With Danger Ron and the Spins, Botzy, Glow Mechanics, and the debut show for Bae Tigre – there was enough diversity in the music to keep everyone tuned in.
Bae Tigre opened up the night, playing a good portion of her debut record, Memoir of a Happy Drifting Chemical. For those who didn’t get to make this performance, there will be many more to come around MPLS. It should be noted, that they brought one of the better sounding performances to date at the Nomad – which at times can lack in overall sound quality.
Each artist through down in front of a nicely filled bar. Just about anywhere else in the country, you would expect to pay for music like this. Luckily enough, Minneapolis continues to leave its doors wide open for ‘indie’ artists. Thumb through the pics and stay tuned here for more Recaps.