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Friday, September 21, 2012
- Color Me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements—watch the trailer here—tells the story of the band entirely through their fans, including such famous ones as members of Hüsker Dü and The Hold Steady.
- Check out a video recap of this fall’s NorthernGRADE, a pop-up market dedicated to made-in-the-USA men’s goods.
- L’etoile magazine tells us What’s What this weekend.
- This year’s Zombie Pub Crawl attendees will lose their minds, go all out, act the fool, etc. etc. to DMX and other headliners including Gin Blossoms.
- Vikings punter Chris Kluwe recently won hearts across America with his eloquent takedown of same-sex marriage opponents. Now those fans have the chance to learn what a day in his life is like.
- Gardens & Villa remix Poliça’s “The Maker”; watch our Facebook for a chance to win tickets to Monday’s Gardens & Villa show at the 7th Street Entry.
- DJ night WAK LYF goes invasion-themed this month with "Strobed and Probed."
- Gallery 122 at Hang It hosts exhibition “View Like Memories,” with opening reception Friday night, displaying photos taken on iPhones. (But that doesn’t make Instagramming your dinner any more legit.)
- It’s Twin Cities Zinefest time! Revel in DIY publishing Saturday afternoon at Powderhorn Park with dozens of zine makers.
- The Cedar hosts the release party for Secret Stash Records’ “Twin Cities Funk & Soul: Lost R&B Grooves from Minneapolis & Saint Paul 1964-1979.” This compilation digs into our city’s musical history to find the classic “Minneapolis sound.”
- And speaking of funk and soul, DJ/dance night HOTPANTS will be celebrating its fifth anniversary across the street at the Nomad—we’re guessing it’ll double as the release show afterparty.
- Zoe Prinds-Flash is probably best known for documenting the local music scene with shots of artists like Doomtree and Audio Perm. Follow her blog for daily photos—hip-hop-related and otherwise—including the one above from Summit’s Backyard Bash on September 8.