JUNGLEFOWL - https://www.facebook.com/JUNGLEFOWLmusic/
Flexed and fierce through the verses, unhinged and exhilarating in the choruses, this Ypsilanti duo really only needs its drums, guitars and vocals (along with those fiery fuzz pedals) to effect an awesome blend of indie-pop melody and sinister shreds of garage rock."
- Detroit Free Press
Lipstick Jodi - www.lipstickjodi.com
Lipstick Jodi is a three piece indie alt-pop band out of Grand Rapids, Michigan fronted by guitarist and lead singer Karli Morehouse. Lipstick Jodi are masters of catchy melodies with vocal harmonies and instrumental flourishes that linger in your head long after the songs are over.
Scissor Now! - https://www.facebook.com/scissornow/
Jazz-Punk with Pop sensibilities!
Little Traps "charms listeners with its warm, inviting sound, but underneath lies a somewhat more complex tone." — Bob Needham, Pulp
Loose Koozies want you to hear "every hangover, lost dollar and broken heart" in their songs.
Doors open at 7 pm, show at 8 pm. No cover. 18+.
Sponsored by the AADL's own Pulp (a2pulp.org) and AAMPS.com (Ann Arbor Music and Performance Server) projects, capturing local music, past and present.
MEMCO is collaborating with Movement Festival producers, Paxahau, to give away one pair of 3-day passes to Movement 2019. Just come by, put your name on the sign up sheet, and dance the nite away. Winner announced early next week. Check out this year's Movement lineup here --> https://www.movement.us/pages/lineup
Featuring tunes by:
Cat - https://soundcloud.com/catkenz
Jordan S - https://soundcloud.com/picturelock
Hydropark is an instrumental band that grew out of wandering, krautrock inspired jams into their own fractured brand of pop. Meditative rhythms, guitar freak outs, synth experimentation and subtle chains of melody all link together in a sound that zones out more than it locks in.
Human Skull: melodic punk with just a little touch of the Replacements
Doors open at 7 pm, show at 8 pm. 18+, No cover.
This event is sponsored by the AADL's own Pulp (a2pulp.org) and AAMPS (Ann Arbor Music and Performance Server—AAMPS.com) projects, capturing local music, past and present.
More info: https://aadl.org/node/390923