Flint Eastwood is one of those acts that I stumbled upon by way of a friend dragging me to her show. Seeing her that one time sparked an obsession with seeing the woman live because it was just that damn good. On Sunday, February 11th, Flint Eastwood will be making a stop at The 7th Street Entry and believe me when I tell you– you do not want to miss this. I would be willing to bet that this is the last time you are able to catch this Goddess in such an intimate venue.
Much like the city that shapes her work, Detroit-based Jax Anderson, aka Flint Eastwood, wakes up everyday confronting a world that tells us that we are not good enough, not unique enough, not rich, beautiful or smart enough; not the right color; not the right gender. Success is as subjective as it is elusive, but if the debut single “Queen” from Anderson’s 2017 Broke Royalty EP reveals anything about the songstress, it’s that she’s everything she needs to be. Although she only has the three EP’s out, Flint Eastwood’s music is powerful and her live shows pack a punch. I can not stress enough that you have to see this woman live. The positive vibes and pure energy that radiate from her during her shows is nothing short of jaw dropping.
Devata Daun will be opening the night. A recording artist and co-owner of Pytch Records. She’s become a fresh and bold curiosity in the Minneapolis electronic and indie music scenes. Fluent in 17 undocumented languages with a freakish photographic memory, semi-telepathic ability and rumored to be ex-Sayeret Matkal with classified identity. Today, she peacefully resides in NE Minneapolis and is known as Nikki. Her pen name is Devata Daun.
Also joining in on this show will be Nydge– a resident producer at Assemble Sound focusing on electronic music with pop pensibilities– from Detroit.
Tickets are still available here but I would not be shocked if this show sells out so don’t sleep on them!