Monthly Mix-Tape: April 2016

. April 3, 2016.
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Ani DiFranco, 4/2, Michigan Theater
Lil Dicky w/ Vic Mensa, 4/2, Hill Auditorium
Chairlift, 4/4, Blind Pig
Marshall Crenshaw & The Bottle Rockets, 4/5, The Ark
Run River North, 4/5, Blind Pig
Matoma, 4/6, Necto
Gosh Pith w/ Passalacqua, 4/6, Blind Pig
The Mountain Goats, 4/8, Blind Pig
Flint Eastwood, 4/9, Blind Pig
Heather Nova, 4/11 The Ark
Denzel Curry, 4/12, Blind Pig
The Johnny Clegg Band, 4/13, The Ark
Jai Wolf, 4/16, Blind Pig
Leo Kottke, 4/16, The Ark
Futuristic, 4/17, Blind Pig
Polica w/ MOTHXR, 4/18, Blind Pig
The Thermals, 4/21, Blind Pig
The Bad Plus Joshua Redman, 4/23, Michigan Theater
Alan Doyle & The Beautiful Gypsies, 4/24, The Ark
Reverend Horton Heat, 4/27, Blind Pig
The Waifs, 4/27, The Ark
Chris Pureka, 4/27, Blind Pig

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