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SISTER SPECIES and LENA ELIZABETH Double Album Release

  • The Cedar Cultural Center 416 Cedar Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55454 United States (map)

The Cedar and Radio K Present

SISTER SPECIES and LENA ELIZABETH Double Album Release

Thursday, November 29, 2018 / Doors 7:00pm / Show 7:30pm

All Ages

$12 Advance / $15 Day of Show

This is a seated show. General Admission tickets are available online, by phone, t Depth of Field, Electric Fetus, and The Cedar during shows. 

Sister Species specializes in quirk-folk of the golden pomegranate variety, with tight-knit harmonies, surprising accordion tones, and a three-piece trumpet section.
— City Pages

Sister Species

Guitarist Abby Kastrul and accordionist Emily Kastrul (Betazoid, Hazel Ra) transform two decades of sibling rivalry into raw, vibrant, orchestral pop songs. With their debut LP Closer Now, SisterSpecies showcased a sound matured as a 7-piece ensemble. Featuring Jake Baldwin (Har Mar Superstar, McNasty Brass Band), Ryan Hays (Matra), Lars Johnson (McNasty Brass Band), Sten Johnson (McNasty Brass Band, New Sound Underground), and Noah Ophoven-Baldwin (Percheron, Six Families, Drone Band), Closer Now’s intricate 3-part trumpet arrangements and driving beats lifted the sisters' harmonies into refreshing new territory.

Sister Species is overjoyed to release their second full-length album Heavy Things Do Move in November of 2018. With the addition of Adam Zahller (Six Families, GUITARband), and hilighting contributions from Andrew Thoreen (Har-di-Har, and and end), Julie Thoreen (Har-di-Har, Real Judy), Tara Loeper (Artemis, Betazoid), Lisa Harrigan (Betazoid), and Matt Olson (Robot Slide), SisterSpecies' new chamber-pop album reflects their deepened collaborative relationships. 


Lena Elizabeth

Lena Elizabeth is a singer/songwriter based in Minneapolis Minnesota, writing songs influenced by folk storytelling with a voice rooted in the blues. The youngest in a household full of musicians, she succeeds in blending old and new influences to create a Pop/Roots sound that is approachable across generations.

Earlier Event: November 28
CANCELLED: EZRA FURMAN with special guest
Later Event: December 1
An Evening with KELLER WILLIAMS