On Saturday, hundreds turned out for the "last show ever" at the Church, a legendary, semi-legal underground music venue in south Minneapolis on East 26th Street near Chicago Avenue. Known for a stained-glass decor and in-the-round stage, the former Methodist Episcopal chapel-turned-art studio has hosted noisy word-of-mouth punk and avant-garde concerts without much incident since 1991. Truly, an Interpol list's worth of international weirdos has squawked from the stage, including France's Costes, Michigan's Wolf Eyes, and... More >>>