Thanks so much to everyone who came out last weekend for the Hideout Block Party & A.V. Fest! We are so appreciative of all your support and hope you had as much fun as we did.
But there is no rest for the weary over here at The Hideout. We’ve got another action packed week here so lets get into it…
Tonight it’s the second to last week for Hideout Veggie Bingo. All of the proceeds this week support the Riverbank Neighbors and your callers will be Sarah Dandelles and Sarah Bortt.
Later this evening the Immediate Sound Series presents two heavy quartets:Broste/Summerfield/Lux/Herndon and Kimmel/Summerfield/Roebke/
Thursday we got a great triple bill with 3 bands/artists making their Hideout debuts. the Soil & the Sun are headlining with their “experiential spiritual folk music”, along with Kellen & Me, and Mike Golden starting things off with a solo set. Also on hand will be the Taquero Fusion Taco Truck who will be be giving a free taco to the first 100 people attending the show!
Friday it’s another edition of the always hysterical Shame That Tune.
Afterwards we are super excited to have a rare appearance by M.A.K.U. Soundsystem who bring their kinetic Columbia jams to the stage, along with the psychedilc and dreamy sounds of Stephen Paul Smoker.
Saturday is an extra special show with Maria Minvera backed by Father Finger, Helado Negro, and Natural Information Society.
Maria Minerva hails from Estonia and as Pitchfork said, “Her aesthetic is aqueous, intimate, and intentionally murky; her songs sound like an after-after-hours DJ set at a disco that happens to be inside a seldom-cleaned aquarium.”
Helado Negro is in town to open for Bobby Womak on Sunday, but we are very pleased that he can slide in a club appearance with us. For those of you unfamiliar with Helado the New Yorker said, “he makes atmospheric songs that take their own weirdness in stride: think a Latin version of freak folk.”
Finally one of our favorite ever evolving groups, Natural Information Society led by Josh Abrams will start off for what is sure to be a very memorable evening.
The dance party this week is none other than Life During Wartime Dance Party & Social who will be bringing the jams into the wee hours of the morning.
Monday we’ve got Robbie Fulks back with his olde’ pal Don Stiernberg.
Tuesday has Barehand Dixieland returning to the front room after a month off in August.