Spring really does evoke energy, possibility, and excitement, growing right through the canvas of Elizabeth Schwartz’s Seasons exhibition. Bask in the blooming rays of her summer sun. Watch vibrant colors shine and dull as she calls autumn to mind, and then sit upon the quiet snow to wait the winter by. Schwartz’s abstract, nature-inspired art of impressions and interpretations conveys all the seasons of the memory: of life, of time, and of death. Reminisce with “Seasons,” on display at the WSG Gallery from May 10-June 19. WSG Gallery, 306 Main St. 734-761-2287. www.wsg-art.com
The first time I heard JUNGLEFOWL, they knocked me out of my chair. It was 2015 and Melissa Coppola had sent me the tracks that would eventually be released as the debut EP for her new band with guitarist Stefan Carr–a power duo! But a power duo that I couldn’t place, in the best way–it
Doogatron are inventive disciples of techno and house, creating textured synth-prog jams that blend machine-like precision with the human touch of improvisation. These 21st century torchbearers of Detroit’s electronic music fuse the old-school analog synthesizers with new-school digital technology. Their debut album comes out November 2nd… Doogatron Album Release Nov 2nd @ Ziggy’s with Jason Hogans (aka brownstudy) Sleezy
Little Traps might trick you. The intonation of acoustic guitars, sanguine pedal steel, brushy drums and tender vocalizations will bring you in close, make you sit down cross legged and ready yourself for the understated swoon of endorphins typically triggered by “folk music.” And you lean in closer…, a bit closer still. And those lyrics hit
Muse Atelier Vintage, a boutique featuring unique clothing items, accessories, and original artwork, is now open at 336 S. Ashley in Ann Arbor.