Church of United Ministry throws a Tax Day party with Angel Inertia and more avant-dance acts


Angel Inertia - MATTHEW MOYER
  • Matthew Moyer
  • Angel Inertia
We love a good themed show, and most Church of United Ministry events do have a subversively fun “message.” This Monday’s pokes absurdist fun at the most dreaded day of the year for those of us without property or children or sundry assets: Tax Day. So after you drop your tear-stained return off at the post office, come to “Turbo Tax,” a showcase of some amazing New Orleans trans and queer electronic musicians (or is it “tax professionals”) who are part of an incredible, vibrant young underground in that city. Angel Inertia (fka Voice Hoist) has played the City Beautiful four or five times now and her take on industrial is just fearsome; we get chills like when we heard VIVIsectVI for the first time. Bride (a newer spin-off project from Softie) craft ethereal, danceable techno-pop. Always-impressive locals Bacon Grease and Ootheca – both scene vets who have reinvented their respective sounds – make this a night of aesthetics akin to the biggest tax refund ever.

with Bride, Glen Parks, Bacon Grease, Ootheca | 10 p.m. Monday, April 15 | Church of United Ministry, 647 N. Mills Ave. | | $5

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