Sound Perspective exhibit showcases visual artists of the local music scene

Sound Perspective exhibit showcases visual artists of the local music scene

Here at Gimme Noise, we are quite fortunate to be able to feature the stunning music photography of many talented artists who regularly augment our reviews and articles with their consistently impressive work. The Future Presence Gallery in Northeast clearly feels the same way, and they have put together a stellar exhibit that puts the spotlight squarely on the talents of those who tirelessly capture the visual elements of the area's music scene.

Sound Perspective--The Art Surrounding The Mpls Music Scene is a two-day-only exhibit that opens tonight and closes on Friday. It gathers the work of some accomplished Twin Cities photographers including Erik Hess, Adam Bubolz, Daniel Corrigan and Shari Simonsen, as well as music related poster art from Burlesque, videos from MPLS.TV, and many other gifted artists who help add a captivating visual spin to the local music scene.

The Future Presence Gallery is located at 1126 NE 2nd Street, in the heart of the Nordeast Arts district. The show runs from 6 p.m. until midnight both tonight and tomorrow, and sadly represents the final show at Future Presence's current location. There will be live music both nights in the gallery's EON Soundspace, including performances from Littlefoot, Transitional Species, Voytek, and Disasteratti.

The local music production crew Last Triumph has also promised that everyone who drops in to the gallery show will receive a free physical copy of the Last Triumph Crew Mix, featuring music by St. Paul Slim, Prof, MaLLy, Van Stee, Sean Anonymous, and many more.

So come out and support those skillful, talented artists who all help bring added life and color to the flourishing Twin Cities music scene. To RSVP and find out more information about the event, head to the Sound Perspective Facebook page.

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