The Cut-Outs // Donoma // West Nile Crows // Hobbyist

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The Cut-Outs // Donoma // West Nile Crows // Hobbyist

September 18 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

$8 – $10

$8 adv/ $10 at the door (advance sales until 3pm day of show, then available at the door). Doors at 6pm, showtime 7pm

The Cut-Outs formed in 2003. Their music is influenced by Indie rock, Post-punk and 80’s New wave. The band has recently put out two eps “Noise In Melody” & “You’re Always The First One To Make A Move.”

The Cut-Outs have played nationally and have opened for many Regional and International acts such as The Stills, Metric, Paws and Diamond Nights to name a few. Throughout the Pandemic in 2020 a new video for the song “Uno Mas” The video pays homage to their city Milwaukee as well as their love for Lake Michigan.

Donoma is an Alternative band from Kenosha formed by Singer/Songwriter Stephanie Donoma. Their latest release “American Rust” came out in October of 2020.

West Nile Crows is a musical group from the snowy north woods of the Midwest. We’ll play at your birth, wedding, funeral, or anything in between. Listen to the music, feel it in your soul, remember to say yes to West Nile Crows

Hobbyist is Holly Prindle who sings and Marc Mozga who plays guitar, drum machines, drone machines, bass and melodica. Hobbyist was formed in 2013 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. The release of their self- titled debut album came that same year. The disc was recorded & mixed in 4 days by the wizard Bill Skibbe at his Key Club Recording in Benton Harbor, Michigan. May of that year also saw the release of the EP “Hobbyist in Dub”- featuring reggae bass master Dennis Bovell.

After playing numerous rock shows in their hometown of Chicago Holly went to live and sing in Goleniow, Poland with the experimental theatre group Teatr Brama, who specialize in community art and ancient pagan folk singing. Concurrently, Marc embedded himself for 3 years with a suburban Chicago family to film them raise their autistic son. The result was “Getting To First Grade”- an observational documentary produced, shot and edited by Marc which was completed in 2015.

The duo went on a short tour of the Northwest USA and Vancouver in late 2015. On a rainy night in Vancouver Marc proposed marriage to Holly and she accepted. The trip also led to a fruitful live to tape recording of the song “2244” at Dub Narcotic Studio in Olympia, Washington by Pual Krogh. In 2016 the song was released as a lathe cut 7” picture disc with all proceeds benefiting the Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network. Early that same year Holly and Marc were wed in the lookout tower of a bridge house along the Chicago River.

In the month of January 2017 Hobbyist took up residence in Barcelona, Spain to work on material for a new album. Barcelona in the off season proved a surreal vantage point for Hobbyist to take in news from back home: A germaphobe ex- reality TV star was now president! These experiences inform their album “Sonic Cramps” recorded at Pallet Sound, Chicago.

In August of 2018 Hobbyist traveled to Teatr Brama in Goleniow, Poland to teach youth songwriting workshops and perform at the Human Mosaic Festival, part of the EU’s Caravan Next project. This project was partially funded by an Individual Artist Grant which Hobbyist received from the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events in Chicago.

Hobbyist toured the USA in both directions in late 2018 and 2019 and made “THE STRANGE CURSE OF HOBBYIST” (see VIDs).

A new EP entitled Side Fx came out in the Spring of 2020. It was recorded in their apartment on a phone during Chicago’s Stay-at-home order. Halloween night saw the release of “Hobbyist Versus The Chlorinated Man” (see VIDs). A music video for the song NEON from Side Fx was released on December 11 in support of #saveourstages.

$8 adv/ $10 at the door (advance sales until 3pm day of show, then available at the door). Doors at 6pm, showtime 7pm

Venue

Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co.
224 W Bruce St.
Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States
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