NTS Radio streams live DJ sets all weekend at El Club for Trip Metal Fest: Iceage! Wolf Eyes!

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To celebrate the first-ever Trip Metal Fest, NTS is streaming live DJ sets. This is the same crew that put on that fun Pitchfork radio event which streamed live from the Cass Corridor last year. This year, it's all going down from El Club. People are encouraged to drop by in person.

DJ Sotofett alone is so great, he really is worth either heading over to El Club to hear him spin live on this online radio stream, or certainly to listen to the stream, right here. It starts at noon today, Friday, May 27.



I myself am DJing Saturday from 11 a.m.-noon. I'm not sure what I'm playing yet, but it will be fun, I hope!

Friday May 27th
12pm - 1pm - Stallone Reducer
1pm - 2pm - Scott Z
2 pm - 3pm - Haute to Death
3 pm - 4pm - Brendan Gillen
4pm - 5pm - Ben Christensen
5pm - 6pm - Bank Records



Saturday May 28th
11am - 12pm - Mike McGonigal of Metro Times
12pm - 1pm - 2Lanes Radio Hour
1pm - 2pm - Greg Baise
2 pm - 3pm - Hello Records
3 pm - 4pm - Shelly Salant
4pm - 5pm - Hieroglyphic Being
5pm - 6pm - Uncle Vic, Speedboat, Elias + Jakob of Iceage

Sunday May 29th
11am - 12pm Dave Buick of Third Man Records
12pm - 1pm - What’s Growin On w/ Brian Allnutt w/ Wolf Eyes
1pm - 1:45 pm - Silent Servant
1:45pm -2pm - Special Guest TBA
2 pm - 3pm - Count Mack
3 pm - 4pm - FIT Siegel
4pm - 5pm - DJ Sotofett

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