This just in! We made it to the front page of the Metro! 


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But the center of this boho art underground has been Brian Eder and Cherri Lakey of Anno Domini Gallery, who organize the SubZero festival every year. They also work with bands like Corpus Callosum, who stage their bimonthly “Uncanny Valley of the Heart’s Delight” events at Anno Domini.
“Things kind of dried up for a few years, so we started playing our own shows,” says the group’s Dax Tran-Caffee. “It’s been so good, because we can finally curate our own style of stuff.”
The collaboration between Anno Domini and Corpus Callosum has been a fruitful one. The band brings their flair for the theatrical and bizarre to Eder and Lakey’s events—two years ago, they invaded SubZero with giant puppets—and the gallery owners don’t mind if the band occasionally knocks a piece of art off the wall. The band finally has a home in the South Bay, after years of playing everything from muffler shops to museums.
“Our whole history in San Jose has been playing these alternative places,” says Tran-Caffee.
“Corpus Collosum, with Dax and his puppets, and that moving book he made, it’s amazing,” says Hampton, who put out one of their EPs on Side With Us. “It’s natural for [Anno Domini Gallery] to want to use them in their festivals, because they really are bringing art and music together.”

This just in! We made it to the front page of the Metro! 

Excerpt from article:

But the center of this boho art underground has been Brian Eder and Cherri Lakey of Anno Domini Gallery, who organize the SubZero festival every year. They also work with bands like Corpus Callosum, who stage their bimonthly “Uncanny Valley of the Heart’s Delight” events at Anno Domini.

“Things kind of dried up for a few years, so we started playing our own shows,” says the group’s Dax Tran-Caffee. “It’s been so good, because we can finally curate our own style of stuff.”

The collaboration between Anno Domini and Corpus Callosum has been a fruitful one. The band brings their flair for the theatrical and bizarre to Eder and Lakey’s events—two years ago, they invaded SubZero with giant puppets—and the gallery owners don’t mind if the band occasionally knocks a piece of art off the wall. The band finally has a home in the South Bay, after years of playing everything from muffler shops to museums.

“Our whole history in San Jose has been playing these alternative places,” says Tran-Caffee.

“Corpus Collosum, with Dax and his puppets, and that moving book he made, it’s amazing,” says Hampton, who put out one of their EPs on Side With Us. “It’s natural for [Anno Domini Gallery] to want to use them in their festivals, because they really are bringing art and music together.”


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