Monday is almost here!

Monday October 26th!
Karl Blau
Curious Mystery
7pm (this is a real start time)
$6 donation (space is limited)

show ends by 10pm.
Sugar City is an all-ages alcohol-free space.

From Artvoice:
“Influential indie label K records (former home of Modest Mouse, Buil to Spill) is coming through town on Monday (Oct 26) with a cast of underground innovators hand-plucked from the rich musical landscape of the Pacific Northwest. A new find-ear candy out of Olympia, Washington-called LAKE will be serving up songs from all over the musical map. Sometimes they sound like Sufjan Stevens covering Broken Social Scene; sometimes they sound like labelmates the Microphones; sometimes they just sing songs about sandwiches. LAKE is six-members-all of whom have side projects and has released 12 full-length albums since 2005. Their latest Let’s Build a Roof, was recorded by label-mate and tour-mate and visionary Karl Blau, who will be accompanying LAKE on this tour, performing from his new album Zebra. Blau is equally eclectic, choosing for this album to integrate elements of African music into his signature style. And as if enough weird ground hasn’t been covered, Seattle’s’ Curious Mystery will be providing bluesy, drug-soaked psychedelia. Oh, the beautiful uneveness of life.” Sal Vigietta