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Concert Photo Recap: Andrew Broder, Frail By Design @ the Whole

Posted in Concert Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , on Friday, April 24, 2009 by Ryan Buege

Andrew Broder live at the Whole

Last night, I stopped by the Whole at U of M’s Coffman Union to catch free sets of experimental music from local musician Andrew Broder (of Fog) and Madison-based Frail By Design as part of Spring Jam week. Photo coverage from the performances continues below.

Andrew Broder live at the Whole(Andrew Broder)

Andrew Broder live at the Whole(Andrew Broder)

Andrew Broder live at the Whole(Andrew Broder)

Frail By Design live at the Whole(Frail By Design)

Frail By Design live at the Whole(Frail By Design)

Frail By Design live at the Whole(Frail By Design)

More photos from the show after the jump!… Continue reading

FREE show: Andrew Broder, Mountains, Frail By Design @ U of M’s the Whole tomorrow

Posted in Concert Dates with tags , , , , , , on Wednesday, April 22, 2009 by Ryan Buege

Andrew Broder

University of Minnesota’s Spring Jam is going on all weekend, and besides being the first major celebration of drinking around campus for the spring, the event usually is the first major free music event in the city, as well. Unofficially, the festivities kick off tomorrow when NYC’s acoustic experimentalists in Mountains descend into the Whole at U of M’s Coffman Union for a free gig with Minneapolis-based ambient/experimental musician Andrew Broder of Fog and Madison ambient post-rockers in Frail By Design (featuring bass skills from good friend and fellow U student Dan Jin). All three acts will be supporting new releases; Frail By Design just released their Time Traveler EP, Mountains third full length Choral came out in February, and Broder is having one of the most prolific years imaginable, so far self-releasing 9 albums of his solo experimentations for free download via a personal online directory (including one called Spirals that was uploaded yesterday!). If unconventional rock  is your sort of thing, or even if you just want to start your Spring Jam a bit early, come down to the Whole to lose yourself in some ethereal, unorthodox jams from a superb collection of up-and-coming acts. For the price of FREE, this is a concert you can’t afford to miss.

University of Minnesota
The Whole Music Club
Thursday, April 23, 2009
8pm – FREE