Gary Numan at Mill City Nights Mar 30

Kilted Farmer Koncerts, 89.3 The Current, and Mill City Nights present…

Gary Numan 2014 Poster

Gary Numan

With Big Black Delta, Roman Remains & DJ Jake Rudh

Sunday, March 30, 2014
Doors 7:00 pm
$25 in advance / $30 at the door
VIP reserved balcony tickets $45
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Venue Info

Mill City Nights
111 5th Street N
Minneapolis, MN 55403

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Videos and bios below the fold…

Gary Numan

Sources: last.fmWikipedia

Godfather of synthpop Gary Numan returns to Minneapolis for the first time since 2008. Numan’s influence spans far and wide and success came early. The 1979 hit “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?”, released under the name Tubway Army, topped the UK singles chart and “Cars”, under his own name, reached #9 in the US in 1980. Numan’s stage shows during those early years were elaborate and futuristic and the concert video released for The Touring Principle is often cited as the first commercial music video release.

After experimenting with elements of jazz, funk and ethereal, rhythmic pop during the 80s and film scoring in the early 90s, Numan’s work began taking a darker and harsher turn in 1994, with the release of the industrial influenced Sacrifice (Dawn in the US). Sacrifice was well received by critics and began to re-establish his critical reputation, which had faltered during the 80s.

Gary Numan’s work has been lauded widely among musicians, receiving acknowledgement and praise and  from artists such as Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor, Marilyn Manson, Beck, Tricky, Jarvis Cocker, and David Bowie. His works have been covered by a wide range of artists including Nine Inch Nails, Fear Factory, Smashing Pumpkins, Information Society, Hole, Foo Fighters, Pop Will Eat Itself, and The Rentals.

2013 marked the release of Numan’s 22nd studio album, Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind), which reached the UK top 20 and the US Billboard 200. 2013 also featured a short US tour with multiple sold out shows, including a Los Angeles date at the Hollywood Forever Cemetary.

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Big Black Delta

Sources: last.fmARTIST direct

Big Black Delta is a solo project created in 2010 by Mellowdrone founder, vocalist and bassist, Jonathan Bates. After buying a laptop from  friend Alessandro Cortini (Nine Inch Nails, Sonoio), he began creating the minimal sounds of Big Black Delta.

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Roman Remains

Source: Rolling Stone

Roman Remains is a side project of veteran British rockers Liela Moss and Toby Butler of the Duke Spirit. Their debut EP, Energy You, was released on November 5 and is available on iTunes. The band’s full length is set for release in 2014.

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DJ Jake Rudh

Jake Rudh silhouette

DJ Jake Rudh spinning at Howard Jones’ 2012 Minneapolis date

Transmisison’s DJ Jake Rudh is a veteran of the Twin Cities music scene. Transmission is in it’s 13th year of brining the Twin Cities the best in new wave, no wave, indie rock, British pop, garage, mod, punk, post-punk, synth-pop, electro, guilty pleasures and everything in between, brought to you weekly on Wednesdays at Clubhouse Jager and Thursdays on Minnesota Public Radio’s The Current.

Both Transmission and Rudh have received numerous awards through the years. Transmission was called “The Best Dance Night, Period” by METRO Magazine (2010) and ”The Best Dance Night in the Twin Cities” by readers of Vita.MN Magazine (2011).

Transmission (on the radio) is a weekly radio program on Minnesota Public Radio’s 89.3 The Current every Thursday night at 10pm (Central). See the video of the day and hear previous programs at The Current.

Transmission (at the club) occurs every Wednesday night at Clubhouse Jager from 10pm – 2am. The last Wednesday of every month is hosted at the Varsity Theater.

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