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Short Circuit at Teatro – Saturday

Duluth Short Circuit

An evening of experimental electronic music featuring Tim Kaiser, Low Gain and Talking Computron.  Ethereal sonic landscapes, 8-bit Game Boy mayhem and circuit-bent mash ups for all ages. Tell your nerdy neighbor!

9 Comments

Paul Lundgren

about 7 years ago

The next person to comment on this post wins a pair of tickets to this show. Ready? Set? Go.

kathy mctavish

about 7 years ago

.... great show!  must be there

Mike Scholtz

about 7 years ago

I like ray guns.

Paul Lundgren

about 7 years ago

Kathy wins! 

Mike, you don't necessarily lose, because you like ray guns.

TimK

about 7 years ago

Maybe we can use some ray guns to generate some extra heat!

r3353

about 7 years ago

It sure would have been nice if I had heard about this.  I guess wandering short hops in the Skywalk don't count for "going out."

TimK

about 7 years ago

Yes, you should have heard about this! We were in "Best Bets" in the DNT, on the "Hot Ticket" list in the Northland Reader, on the MPR calendar, twice in the Transistor and on the marquee at Teatro. It would be awesome if the skywalk system allowed posters or had poster kiosks set up periodically- now that would be awesome! Here's a link to LowGain's Vimeo channel for you   http://vimeo.com/lameboy  to catch up on Short Circuit.

W.T.F

about 7 years ago

Tim, nice show all the way around. I liked your set in particular. Way to go.

zra

about 7 years ago

Sweet beats and heavy circuits. You shoulda been there!

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