Kiss The Tiger//Black Velvet Punks//The Bloodies//Garden Work

Cabooze Presents

Kiss The Tiger//Black Velvet Punks//The Bloodies//Garden Work

Thu, February 28, 2019

7:00 pm

5$ Cover At The Door

This event is 18 and over

Kiss The Tiger
Kiss The Tiger
Kiss the Tiger is a female-fronted, five-piece rock ‘n’ roll outfit from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Drawing on influences from Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, Patti Smith, and Iggy Pop, Kiss the Tiger “does rock revivalism exceptionally well” (Michael Madden, City Pages). In February of 2017 they were the runner-up in Star Tribune’s ‘Are You Local?’ Best New Band competition. Since then they recorded their EP, “Elliot Park” and released it in November of 2017. Their music video for the song “Starting to See You” off of the EP was named one of Minnesota’s best music videos of 2018 by The Current. 'Let Me Bleed' marks Kiss the Tiger's second full-length release.
They have played such historic venues as First Avenue, 7th Street Entry, Turf Club, and Varsity Theater alongside such acts as The Suburbs, Porcupine, Jackie Venson, and Terra Lightfoot. Nationally they have played New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Santa Cruz, Milwaukee, Madison, Chicago, Louisville, and more.
“Almost instantly the entire crowd seemed to be captivated by singer Meghan Kreidler. I wasn’t able to take my eyes off the woman as she stalked the stage” (Langen Goldstien, Twin Cities Media).
“It was loud. It was fierce. And I was lovin’ it” (Kathleen Ambre, Music in Minnesota).
“Kiss the Tiger opened the show with more kick than my first vodka mixer, sounding huge” (Adrian Williams, The Local Current Blog)
Black Velvet Punks
Black Velvet Punks
Seaberg (Black Velvet Punks) is a hip-hop, jazz punk, and neo-soul band fronted by black genderqueer guitarist, Taylor Seaberg. Often soulful and punk driven, the group carries a vibrant energy. Under their former name of "People Will Dance," Seaberg's in-studio performance of their song "Vibes" was featured in City Pages' Local Frames and the Local Current blog's Friday Five music video roundups. Seaberg has also performed at an MPR sponsored album release show for Chastity Brown's "Silhouette of Sirens" at The Fitzgerald Theater, a Greenroom Magazine sponsored show for Oshun, as well as Minneapolis Institute of Art's Third Thursday Art + Lit events.

Drummer/vocals: Traiveon Dunlap
Bassist - Roderick Glasper
Guitar/vocals - Taylor Seaberg
The Bloodies
The Bloodies
The Bloodies are Bloody Holly (vox), Oxblood (guitar), Brian Bloody (drums), and KimDracula (bass).

The group is influenced by the Riot Grrl, Horror Punk, Postpunk, and darkwave movements. The songs are short and sweet and … you know what, fuck you.
Garden Work
Venue Information:
The Cabooze
917 Cedar Ave
Minneapolis, MN, 55404