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Sadkin, Elska and Glassine
Alternative/art-pop group Sadkin, synth-pop solo artist Elska and heart-on-your-sleeve bedroom-pop duo Glassine perform on the Earth Rider festival grounds for a night of danceable sounds.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. The Smoke’n Oak BBQ food truck will be on site.
6 p.m. – Glassine
7:30 p.m. – Elska
9 p.m. – Sadkin
Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door, available online at eventbrite.com.
Under the flickering lights of the darkened odeum is where you will find the moody New Romantic acolytes, Sadkin; alternative/art-pop now hailing from Duluth. Fronted by producer and multi-instrumentalist Max Mileski arrives something new and dramatic. Mileski is joined by Anton Jimenez Kloeckl (synthesizer), Chris LeBlanc (drums), Nicholas Hanson (guitars), and Daniel Vopal (bass).
Minnesota-native Elska released her debut album On the Shoulders of Giants in 2021, exploring her passions, concerns, and fears. During this process, she decided to adopt a stage name that reflected the seriousness, strength and heart of the music itself. She chose Elska, a Norse word roughly translated as “love.”
Glassine is an electronic duo composed of Duluth-native Rachel Phoenix and Minneapolis-based Jeff Cornell. Described as containing “the right pastel elements of finely polished chill-out music” Glassine finds itself pulsing between the danceable, grit of brat pop and the moody folds of pillowy, bedroom pop.