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An open mic night for writers of original songs and poetry, Brought to you by Altitude Brewing. Held in our workshop space, and hosted by local folktronica duo, Choice. Starting at 8pm, and finishing at 10pm sharp, usually every last Thursday of the month. Free drink for performers
Palmer, who spent over two years waylaid in Aotearoa, New Zealand with her young son during the pandemic, will honor her time as an accidental Kiwi with New Zealand Survival Songs, a brand-new five-song EP collecting material written and recorded during that life-changing experience.
What’s more, Palmer will return to Aotearoa for “Amanda Palmer Comes Down For a Quick Catch-up: Old Songs, New Songs, New Zealand Survival Songs,” an intimate run of concerts in New Zealand. This short tour will see Palmer engaging her devoted fans as only she can, telling stories, revealing the inspiration behind the survival songs, and of course, playing material from her ever-evolving body of work as both solo artist and one-half of The Dresden Dolls, including new songs from the iconic punk cabaret duo’s upcoming new album arranged especially for solo piano.
PROBLEMS / MICHAEL LOGIE
PROBLEMS is weirdo, fun, dance music stuff. I used to do the one person band The Show is the Rainbow. PROBLEMS has done releases on Orange Milk Records (Machine Girl / Deaths Dynamic Shroud / Eyeliner), played Meow Wolf with Dan Deacon, and opened for Peaches, Lighting Bolt, and tons of others.
8pm — 6am $15 + BF
Michael Logie (ex Mint Chicks / F in Math) is an electronic musician from Auckland, New Zealand. Michael Logie’s debut EP “FKD Night” is a collection of synth heavy songs trudging through discarded junk food wrappers, broken glass and a puddle of what you hope is water on the way to the dancefloor.
It should invoke visions of the things he witnessed while living overlooking Myers Park. Like Myers Park it staggers and lurches from fun, wonky and beautiful, to the dark and disturbing, a place of and in-between two party points.
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