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Eastside Winter Market at Garver Feed Mill

December 10, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

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The first day of the two-day Eastside Winter Market will feature a dozen sets of music, heavy on Madison- and Wisconsin-based acts, as sonic complement to the local artists and makers selling their wares. (Full disclosure: Tone Madison‘s partner organization, Communication Madison, organizes this event.) Things kick off at 11:05 a.m. with the return of queercore project Woke Up Crying, in the form of a solo set from singer-guitarist Doug Rowe. Flinty but wistful songs like “Sweater Weather,” from the 2020 EP 3:27 a.m., should translate well in a stripped-down setting. The lineup that recorded the EP has since split, but Rowe has been writing some new material and working on putting together another full-band incarnation of Woke Up Crying. 

The day’s music will conclude in different territory altogether, with a 4:55 p.m. set from electronic artist Hendrix Gullixson, who got his start in Madison under the name Syneva. Currently based in Minneapolis and performing under just his first name, Gullixson has gradually evolved his icy ambient vision into something more textured and flexible, embracing samples and abstraction on recent tracks like “Blue October.” Other highlights on the bill include jazz-inflected singer-songwriter Carisa (2 p.m.), a two-piece set from Benjamin Rose and Alex Nelson of mighty queer pop outfit Kat And The Hurricane (2:35 p.m.), and psychedelic voyager Def Sonic (3:45 p.m.).

—Scott Gordon

Illustration by Shasya Sidebottom.


December 10, 2022
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Garver Feed Mill
3241 Garver Green
Madison, WI United States
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