Metro State University, in St. Paul, is home to one of the area’s most obscure music festivals — Strange Attractors. David Means, a music and intermedia arts professor at Metro State, is the festival’s co-founder and engine, bringing avant garde and experimental sound artists from around the country and beyond to perform at the festival each spring and fall. 3-Minute Egg dropped into the opening week of Strange Attractors 19, which continues at the university’s Studio 677 eXperimental Intermedia, with performances at 7 pm every Friday through December 5.
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Really well made video. It’s really cool that you did this for the Strange Attractors Festival. David Means truly has an amazing venue for experimental musicians to showcase their work.