Doors 8 p.m. / Show 8:30 p.m.
$5-$10 / 21+
Living Hour (Winnipeg): Living Hour’s drowsy guitars and blissful, washed-out textures are punctuated by psychedelic accents and the enthralling coos of vocalist Sam Sarty. Shoegazey dream-pop as grandiose as it is charming.
Middle Children (Bloomington, IN): From Stereogum: “Despite the clear influence of the Plan It X folk-punk scene that was rooted in Bloomington for the past couple decades, (Middle Children) mostly sounds like a DIY version of Wilco or the Replacements. (The band’s single,) “Fish” … is a punk track with melodic roots-rock tendencies, brimming with so much nervous tension you could practically snap it over your knee. It’s an exceptional introduction to this band.”
SuperCruiser: Surf punk homeboys. You know ’em, you love ’em.
Wild Strawberries: Local newcomers whipping up their own brand of Nick Drake-y, Sufjan-ey pop tunes