While we are in transition and continuing our search for a stable home base, we will continue to produce events with some of our neighborhood partners!
This AltLib Popup Series will run through the summer, presenting roving events to continue supporting expansive art projects and dig deep for uncommon cultural exchanges, while we search for a new space to ground our collective. If you’re interested in setting up a show with us, please read our booking page and send us an e-mail.
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Kristin Allen-Zito / Hooves & Beak / Queen Schmooquan / Santamaria + Ichiban
April 26, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Doors at 7:30pm; Music at 8:00pm
$8 supports the artists and the AltLib
Kristin Allen-Zito is a songwriter well known for being the lead singer of the electro-punk band The Trucks. However she is also a solo artist whose songs are rooted in the folk idiom, strongly influenced by pop and indie-rock.
Hooves & Beak is a chamber-pop quartet, led by multi-instrumentalist, Whitney Flinn, on harp. She is joined by a band featuring violin, percussion, and electric bass. Drawing on influences ranging from Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald, and Fiona Apple to Art Tatum, Lou Reed, and The Butthole Surfers, Whitney’s raw and brutally honest songwriting style is accompanied by heartfelt harp arpeggios woven with the band’s intricate melodic patterns.
Queen Shmooquan – Jeppa Hall’s unique performances as Queen Shmooquan – the modern day oracle – incorporate movement, dance, clowning, live and recorded music, video and audience participation to manifest psychedelic, satirical, thought provoking and hilarious super-real theatre.
Dusty Santamaria + Moira Ichiban – Songwriter poet Dusty Santamaria and artist Moira Ichiban fell in love and ran away together on a full moon night to begin a life’s collaboration across all mediums. The duo draw influence from mid-century R&B, post-punk, the surrealist movement and ritual magick. These minimalist dream songs are ablaze with shouts, shudders, and symbolism.
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