Woof, can you say party?
Psychic Twin opened and made me feel dreamy and magickal. Definitely check these New York babes out and buy all their music!
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I've seen Starfucker at least 10 times, and they continually put on such a high energy, incredibly fun show and I always end up dancing way harder than I thought I would.
Another awesome show filled with beautiful music and people~
Keep Sioux Falls Rad.
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This past weekend was crazy with the weather being in the 60's, (which is super weird for South Dakota this time of year) and to top it off my 50mm lens I normally shoot with died on me friday night. Unfortunately that means I wasn't able to get any shots of Trunkweed at Total Drag on friday, but they put on an incredibly rad show and you should definitely check them out if you're able. I bought a brand new 50mm lens saturday morning, though, and WOOF it is beautiful.
I was only able to make it to Total Drag right as Red Leaves was ending, but Spleen Diva and them are local so there will be more shows to capture of them. Lavender Daughter traveled from Minneapolis to play here, and it was their first time, so I'm glad I was able to capture all of their set.
Keep Sioux Falls Rad.
Support Local Artists.
It was stupid cold outside last thursday, but that didn't stop Total Drag from filling up quick with all sorts of people drawn by the allure of an incredible folky, singer-songwriter kind of night. David Dondero is an incredibly talented and magical human and I'm so glad he came back to SIoux Falls to play some music for us. Seriously go check out his music!
Before David Dondero took the stage, we had a few local acts playing some beautiful music to tug on your heart strings, like Meriwether Raindelay. I would be lying if I said I've never cried during one of Troy's sets.
And opening the night was our friend Micah Kittelson with some lovely songs. This was the first time I've seen him perform with someone else and though he sounds great by himself, the percussion element added another level to his songs that felt more full and balanced. Great as always.
Keep Sioux Falls Rad and remember to always support your local art/music/whatever scene!