Dim Sum is traditionally a morning/afternoon kind of thing; restaurants around here generally serve it around midday. Great Lake Chinese Seafood has broken the mold: they’ve added a special “Night Dim Sum” menu from 3-11pm every day. It includes a subset of the regular dim sum menu—favorites like steamed pork buns, Great Lake shrimp kau, and the best pan-fried dumplings in town. The menu also includes some great stuff —pan-fried rice roll with XO sauce, stir-fried noodles Shanghai style, and fried squid tentacles (this time with spicy salt). At night, I tell you! What will they think of next? Great Lake, 2910 Carpenter Rd. 734 973-6666
It goes without saying that Laith Al-Saadi is a treasure of the Ann Arbor music community. But if you haven’t yet experienced this bipedal force of nature with his signature beard, shredding guitar, and astonishing singing voice, then clear your schedule next Saturday… Laith Al-Saadi’s Annual Birthday Bash Sept 29 The Michigan Theater 8pm INFO
If you’ve been following the pages (printed or online) of Current this past year, then you’ve probably heard a bit about Grove Studios already. Grove is a grassroots effort to provide musicians and artists from all around the Detroit metro area and western Washtenaw County a rehearsal and creative space for their work and development.
The Audiotree Music Festival returns to Kalamazoo’s Arcadia Creek Festival Place next Saturday and Sunday. The lineup features more than 20 artists, including Father John Misty, Khruangbin, Chicano Batman, Diet Cig, and many more! While the names we dropped in the previous paragraph are nationally renowned artists signed on to notable labels like Sub Pop or
Genres are irrelevant. No one proves that assertion better than Detroit’s saajtak. Formed five years ago at U-M’s School of Music, saajtak’s made quite an impression with their stormy fusion of free jazz, noise experimentation, electronica, space-rock and opera. Their newest EP, Hectic, came out earlier this summer. Hectic EP by saajtak Thurs, Sept 13 saajtak