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Ruin Dweller, The Mall, Mind Harvester at Mickey’s Tavern

September 17, 2022 @ 10:00 pm - 11:59 pm

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The Mall began as a solo darkwave industrial project by St. Louis artist Mark Plant, making an immediate impact with debut release Zone. Standout track “An Answer” builds catchy, ethereal synth hooks upon a pulsating rhythm and nagging bass line. Live, Plant delivers their oppressively overwrought vocals in urgent devotion to the dancefloor. In the last year, former Madisonian Spencer Bible (Tippy, Christian Dior) has joined the project, and plays here in anticipation of their October release Time Vehicle Earth. The Mall recently put out its first single as a duo, serving a punk EBM ethic for This Total Age. 


Milwaukee punk band Mind Harvester (formerly known as Scathed) plays here behind the 2018 record Already Dead. The title track exemplifies the band’s combination of straight ahead, fast crust punk and doomy blackened death metal. Local four-piece Ruin Dweller support the bill with classic death metal laced in apocalyptic dungeon synth. Emili Earhart

Illustration by Shaysa Sidebottom.


September 17, 2022
10:00 pm - 11:59 pm
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Mickey’s Tavern
1524 Williamson St.
Madison, Wisconsin United States
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