Seibold The Terrible (of Hate Dept.) in Minneapolis
Seibold The Terrible (Seibold of Hate Dept. solo acoustic)
Apocalypse Theater (aka Apox, special acoustic set)
$10 cover, 1st beer FREE - Rush River Minion
Sponsored by Rush River Brewing
The Acadia is an All Ages venue
Seibold The Terrible
Seibold the Terrible is simply the solo interpretation of this recording artists repertoire. Best known as the creator and front-man of the post-punk group, Hate Dept., Seibold has been a notable fixture in Pigface, Damage Manual, Berlin and Information Society. Both as an artist and producer, he has released commercial albums on and off several major and independent record labels. Hailing from Los Angeles, California before relocating to North Carolina and then Indiana, his unaccompanied performance features a hand-made foot drum, old acoustic guitar and raucous style. Using edgy humor to ground himself as well as his audience, Seibold has secured his footing as a roaring rocker as well as a keen storyteller.
Apocalypse Theatre (Apox)
Performing a very rare acoustic set!
Apocalypse Theatre is a troupe of tribal industrial electro-punk & gypsy metal misfits who have found themselves based in the heartlands of America. Since the early 90's the misfit goth-punk Apox tribe have embraced electronics while mutating all musical genres. Playing from coast to coast cities/towns/suburbs/farms and working/playing for events like The Burning Man Festival & Anarchy Village with members who have been in or played with the likes of Pigafce, Thrill KIll Kult, Cruxshadows and many others ( plus opening and supporting bands like Christian Death, Faith & The Muse, Fugazi & many many others) Apox has fielded well over 1000 gigs during an unusual existence that includes a cast and crew of over 100.
The Trapezoids formed in the back of a school bus in Feb. 1981 by 13 year olds Nils Johnson and Bradley Beving. Born out of a mutual infatuation with DEVO, Kraftwerk, and Gary Numan, grand ideas were hatched and plans were made.
After a week or so of talking about The Trapezoids, and "writing" 2 songs (Yellow Meat and Free Milk) the idea was abandoned due to the severe lack of synthesizers.
In 1982 Bradley got involved with the punk/hardcore scene in Minneapolis, changed his name to Ollie Stench and went off in a completely different musical direction, but never abandoned his love of analog synthesizers and New Wave music.
After 25+ years of making other musics and collecting more influences Ollie has decided to revisit the Trapezoids project and see what kind of entertainment he can come up with.
Whether that entertainment is for his enjoyment or yours has yet to be determined.
Bad September is a retro-futurist art rock band, playing original steampunk-infused music about technology, revolution, conflict, and romance.
Acadia Cafe (View)
329 Cedar Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55454
Minneapolis, MN 55454
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|