Singer, songwriter, guitarist and drummer Holly Hansen created Zoo Animal in Minneapolis, after moving to the city from the small town of Cokato, MN, where she grew up in a conservative Christian household. The band’s debut recording, Young Blood, came out in 2008 and included standout songs like “Black and Gold” and “Hold Tongue.” It was mixed in monophonic and showcased Holly’s introspective approach, combining elements of indie, grunge and minimalism. The band toured nationally, building a dedicated audience.
Aaron Rice is a Minneapolis-based Electronic Artist. His acclaimed two-piece AATS drew global audiences and earned him a featured Up-and-Comer slot at the Iceland Airwaves Festival. Building off the success of AATS, Aaron Rice wrote and recorded his first solo album last year while living in LA, and produced and mixed the tracks in New York City with long-time collaborator and experimental ambient composer Grant Cutler.
A Minneapolis-based jazz trio comprised of Paul Fonfara (clarinets, electronics, and… metal detector), Chris Hepola (drums and rhodes piano) and Josh Granowski (bass) which started off as a side project of a band called Painted Saints, Bookhouse plays dark, jazzy interpretations of the music from Twin Peaks.
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