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What You Missed: A Bunch of Animals at the Turf Club

13 Dec

It was a music menagerie at the Turf Club Friday night, with animals in every band name and a happy hungry crowd of interesting creatures milling about to make a night of it. Bethany Larson & The Bee’s Knees released their Sticks And Stones debut record (which we reviewed here) with the support of the crowd and Larson’s resonant folk-country vocals are a welcome addition to the Twin Cities scene. Peter Wolf Crier (Peter Pisano and Brian Moen) came straight from an early show with Halloween, Alaska, but showed no exhaustion, throwing themselves into the explosive, propulsive tracks from their debut album Inter-Be and proving that two guys sitting down can be a hugely dynamic experience. Aby Wolf took the stage following and started her set with some new slinky, Astrud Gilberto-esque jazz numbers that were sensuously downbeat and made great use of her articulated range , before shifting back to her guitar and lilting folkish tunes. To round out the night, the final beast was No Bird Sing, and they came out swinging, a blast of hip-hop rock fronted by Eric Blair’s bellowing baritone, backed by Graham O’Brien’s banging drums and held together by Robert Mulrennan’s hot guitars. They had some friends come out during their set- MC Kristoff Krane came out to duet on “Sparrows” and the finale was a raucous freestyle, ending the night for all with happy smiles, warm bellies and songs ringing from the aviary.

Bethany Larson “But I Love Him” from Carl Atiya Swanson on Vimeo.

Peter Wolf Crier “Lion” from Carl Atiya Swanson on Vimeo.

Aby Wolf “Keara” from Carl Atiya Swanson on Vimeo.

No Bird Sing “Dead Leaves” from Carl Atiya Swanson on Vimeo.

No Bird Sing w/ Kristoff Krane “Sparrows” from Carl Atiya Swanson on Vimeo.

No Bird Sing w/ Kristoff Krane, Peter Wolf Crier & Sector 7G from Carl Atiya Swanson on Vimeo.

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