Sonic Lunch returns on June 7th! The live music series was started by Bank of Ann Arbor in 2008 as a way to support local artists and enrich the community with some top-notch entertainment in the middle of their workday. The weather is getting warmer and we’re all likely to start taking our lunch breaks from dayjobs out
The rhythm is set to rapid. The vocals are spry. The stringed arrangements burst from the gate already at in a hurry. The listener, essentially, has to hit the ground running when Wire In The Wood begin a song like “Across The Broken Dam.” Live Wire Volume One by Wire in the Wood And even
This Ypsi trio forges two kinds of harmonies: first is their friendship and collaborative chemistry; the second happens with the audience at their shows. In fact, we could probably call their appearances parties.
Highways and Backroads comes out May 31 Brandon Grafius is at the forefront of a new wave of folk revivalists, or maybe we should say folk preservationists? Really, Grafius has his own splendid signature laced through the rousing-yet-breezy arrangements on Highways and Backroads, a full-length album he’ll be releasing at the end of May. Grafius is
Let’s get dreamy… This is the new single from Slug Love, an Ypsi ensemble that I’ve been following for about a year, now. Up until recently, they were sorta almost as mysterious as their nondescript online artwork–a snap of some graffiti that effectively represents their band name. The band features Zach Harris (guitars/vocals), Elly