Seattle Stomp is the one-man-band brainchild of Alex Molica. You might have seen Alex performing around town behind the drum set as a member of the local rock group Towner. He is also part of the small indie collective record label Crush Grove, which is releasing his debut Seattle Stomp album, Maudlin Madness on Crush
The four band line-up for this night promises to make you want to bang your head while making your ears ring with a sonic attack. Three-piece hard rockers Electric Huldra headline the evening with a full-stack onslaught of monster metal stoner jams guaranteed to make you want to shake your fist in the air. Ypsilanti’s
New album captures the permanence of memories When I talk to Judy Banker about her new album, Buffalo Motel, I can’t avoid my first question being about one particular song, “Haggerty.” I can’t wait for you to hear it in a live setting at The Ark on January 9. Even with headphones, a potent poignancy
Mike Seeger once referred to folk as “all the music that fits between the cracks.” Well, given the number of remarkably talented artists lined up to play at the 43rd Annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival, those cracks must have a lot of room in them. This annual fundraiser for our area’s musical institution, The Ark,
Alternative Rock, Reggae group The Movement has been on an upward trajectory toward superstardom since forming in 2004 in Columbia SC. They released their first album On Your Feet in March 2004, then went on to a nonstop touring schedule opening for established acts Steel Pulse, Blues Traveler and the Wu-Tang Clan. The group went
Erin “Ebird” Zindle and her group the Ragbirds have hosted this unique family-friendly Christmas concert at the Ark since 2007. The line-up of musical acts changes from year to year, but the spirit of the event is always focused on a communal feeling and a creative sparkle that leaves the audience with an unforgettable experience.