One of the great things about living in the Twin Cities must be the crazy amounts of artistic sneak previews we receive every year. Be it film, music, performing art, or otherwise, we’re truly spoiled! Case in point, this coming Wednesday evening’s Sound Unseen sponsored screening of The White Stripes – Under Great White Northern Lights at the Trylon microcinema. As I understand it, your appearance at Trylon microcinema will guarantee you a spot in the exclusive “I saw it first” club!
The film follows The White Stripes as they embarked upon a pan-Canadian tour in 2007, and if you’ve ever wondered just what it would be like being one of the busiest rock ‘n rollers in the industry (here’s looking at you Jack White), then this is your chance! Expect lots of stellar live footage and behind the scenes action. This film is brought to us courtesy of Sound Unseen, a locally based “films on music” organization devoted to bringing all of us the best in music and film entertainment. As a special treat for those attending on Wednesday, an appearance by Gay Witch Abortion will occur sometime after 9PM at the XYandZ Gallery next door.
“Girl Pop Soda” by: Gay Witch Abortion
Tickets for The White Stripes screening on March 3 may be purchased via the Sound Unseen website. Tickets are $8 a piece, and seats at Wednesday’s 6:00PM and 9:45PM screening are still available. So hurry before they’re all sold out!
posted February 25th, 2010 at 5:16 pm Music News