Minneapolis polymath Andrew Broder’s résumé is too extensive to sum up succinctly. Fog, a sample-based experimental-rock solo endeavor, remains his best-known project; 2007’s Ditherer would be the last Fog record until 2016’s worthy comeback For Good. Yet Broder has been ceaselessly creative, fronting indie rockers the Cloak Ox, composing film soundtracks, releasing electronic music under his birth name (including October’s criminally overlooked Cousin Mask EP), and making beats for rappers like Open Mike Eagle, whose Brick Body Kids Still Daydream, featuring the Broder-produced “Hymnal,” was one of 2017’s most acclaimed rap LPs. Thursday’s show marks the start of Broder’s January “Residency for Music and Action,” proceeds from which will benefit the ACLU. Guests include Baltimore rapper Spank Rock, rising Minneapolis singer Dua, and Stand4rd member Psymun. With Dem Atlas, Strange Relations, Nick Jordan, and Tekk Nikk (Jan. 11), Izell Pyramid, Condominium, Mina Moore, Jeremy Ylvisaker, and 26Bats (Jan. 18), and Low, Fog, Marijuana Deathsquads, In/Via, and Midnite Express (Jan. 26).