Good Night Gold Dust's 2016 debut studio EP shined a light on the Mankato-based indie-electronic quartet and found the band counted among the most exciting new acts in Minnesota, gaining praise from UK blog Clash Magazine, YVYNYL, and MPR's 89.3 The Current, among other outlets. GNGD has also shared stages with national and international acts such as The Rural Alberta Advantage, Gordi, HÆLOS, and Middle Kids. Their sophomore studio EP It Could Have Been You (produced by Brett Bullion) is a moving collection of songs both meditative and urgent that explores ideas of isolation, loss, and recovery. Featuring dual lead vocalists Laura Schultz and Colin Scharf, GNGD's dynamic live performance transforms the dreamscapes of their recordings into a powerful cinematic reality.
Warhola Cats is an indie band from Milwaukee. Their songs vary between poignancy and the absurd; in a live set’s worth of tracks you’ll find themes of longing, anticipation, existential dread, and heartfelt anthems toasting the Milwaukee mundane-- inviting reverence for this time and place, musical renderings to capture the moment as it passes.