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Palehound w/ Thunder Dreamer & Rae Fitzgerald: Presented by The Center Project, Hear Queer Magazine, and KCOU 88.1 FM; $10

Presented by The Center ProjectKCOU 88.1 FM, Hear Queer Magazine, and Cafe Berlin:
20% of bar sales at the show go to The Center Project.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW:



Palehound (Polyvinyl)

WEB > https://www.palehound.com/
LISTEN > https://palehound.bandcamp.com/

Palehound--lead by vocalist, guitarist and prolific creative force Ellen Kempner, drummer Jesse Weiss, and bassist Larz Brogan--makes plainspoken, technique-heavy indie rock with a ferocious live set. The band's 2015 debut album "Dry Food" was released to critical acclaim, followed by tours with Waxahatchee, Mitski, Torres, and Bully. 
Palehound released "A Place I'll Always Go" this June on Polyvinyl Record Company, which gives a frank look at love and loss, cushioned by indelible hooks and gently propulsive, fuzzed-out rock. As Kempner explains, "A lot of it is about loss and learning how to let yourself evolve past the pain and the weird guilt that comes along with grief." 

“… a dynamic new artist capable of embodying wide-eyed empathy and the all-consuming yearn of youth, while still demonstrating wisdom beyond her years. The most exciting part of all: Palehound is only beginning." – NPR, First Listen

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w/ Thunder Dreamer (6131 Records)
WEB > https://thunderdreamerband.com/
LISTEN > https://thunderdreamer.bandcamp.com/

"[Thunder Dreamer] have crafted a complex and compelling palette, playing guitar-driven indie rock that is darkly dramatic and indulging hairpin shifts between quiet and loud, soft and hard, aggression and ambience, realism and dream. " -Stereogum

Thunder Dreamer's latest record, 'Capture' was released in May via 6131 Records (Julien Baker, Touché Amoré). Absorbing such things from the Midwestern heartland they call home, that tough, resilient authenticity runs through the band’s new record, specializing in writing songs that feel remarkably human. 

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Rae Fitzgerald (como)
"Columbia, Missouri artist Rae Fitzgerald brings an organic and emotional sound to the table that fans of acts like Daughter and Julien Baker will likely find engrossing. Amidst slow-burning, guitar-driven heart-wrenchers and the occasional addition of equally mellow electronic beats, Fitzgerald wears her heart on her sleeve and pours a truly authentic passion into her creations. It’s evident in every track on [her latest album] as she works through her dreamy and often-somber narratives about all things life and love." 
-Substream Magazine
Rae Fitzgerald has shared bills with Margaret Glaspy and Patrick Haggerty's Lavender Country, as well as played at True/False Film Festival, SXSW, and Daytrotter. 
LISTEN > https://raefitzgerald.bandcamp.com/
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The Center Project
The Center Project (TCP), a grassroots nonprofit organization, is Mid-Missouri’s only community center focused on the needs of LGBTQ individuals and communities. Designed as a safe and open space, TCP supports the under-served sexuality and gender-based groups within the region, including youth, families, and those living in rural communities.
WEB > https://www.thecenterproject.org/
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KCOU 88.1 FM 
WEB > https://kcou.fm/
Mizzou's commercial-free music, news, talk, and sports radio station plays host to great music year-round from their home in The Mizzou Student Center. Whether it be hosting the annual F88; providing opportunities for on-air hosts to bring CoMo an array of deep cuts from a wide range of genres; presenting shows at venues around town; or hosting touring artists in-studio, KCOU plays an important part in both the student and greater-Columbia community.

HearQueer
Hear Queer is an online and print publication based out of Kansas City, MO that amplifies queer voices in music. The first issue launched June 30, 2017.
WEB > https://www.hear-queer.com/

Palehound

Palehound

Hear Queer Magazine Issue 001: Pride

Hear Queer Magazine Issue 001: Pride

Thunder Dreamer

Thunder Dreamer

Rae Fitzgerald

Rae Fitzgerald