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Black Satori, Polygon Peach, Tim Casey and the Martyrs


May 31, 2018
7:30 PM
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Hook and Ladder Lounge
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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Black Satori, Polygon Peach, Tim Casey and the Martyrs

Thursday, May 31
at The Hook and Ladder Lounge
Doors 7:30 PM :: Music 8pm :: 21+
$6 Cover


Black Satori is Psychedelic Rock with fuzzed out guitars, and cosmic transmissions. Minneapolis, MN.

Polygon Peachis a rock and roll, global groove, power trio from the midwest formed in 2016. Cultivated with passion, Polygon Peach developed under close quarters, organically. Now, freshly onto the scene to share quality heartfelt expression and memory making moments.

“One of the most wonderfully obtuse things to come out of the local scene…” -CityPages
 P.G.P. Is to set out on a U.S. tour for their debut album, “The Blue Palace.” in the Fall of 2018
Tim Casey & the Martyrsis a rock’n roll band from Minneapolis, yet singer/songwriter/guitarist Tim Casey’s roots in the South Side of Chicago appear in his gritty vocals, muscular guitar sounds, and the lush organic sounds that only a real Hammond organ provides. Powered by veteran drummer Robb Burnham, bassist Mike Cronin, and singer/Hammond organist Kris Brauninger (a multi-instrumental talent), the band seamlessly blends power pop and rock’n roll into a flavor that is unique yet recognizable. Their songs are filled with hooks and melodies that you instantly hum along with, and remain in your brain for days; quite a remarkable feat for a songwriter. Approaching the end of their second decade as a performing and recording act, TC&M keep it fresh by sometimes performing as a trio, stripping down their songs to the bare essentials while emphasizing the raw rock side of the band. This band flourished somewhat under the radar, performing throughout the Midwest and appearing on the radio in Chicago and Minneapolis, since 1999. If power pop and rock’n roll are in your veins, this band is a must-see.  The title track from their last EP is appropriately – You Should Know (Tim Casey & the Martyrs).