Whether it’s dragons, mustaches or magic, the indie trio Breathe Owl Breathe has something for everyone. The group combines their roots in classical, traditional music with upbeat rhythms and quirky lyrics to create an utterly unique sound. Vocals, guitar, percussion and cello combine to form a new wave of folk that has earned Breathe Owl Breathe an international fan base. Don’t miss a chance to see this folky piece of heaven at The Ark on Thursday, April 14. The Photographers open. $12.50. 8pm. 316 S. Main St
Evan Haywood brings his “psychedelic folk fables” to the Electric Eye Cafe this Monday. Haywood is an Ann Arbor-based songwriter and sound-conjurer, currently nearing completion of his second solo album, Perfumed Gardens. We’ll have an interview with Haywood posted next week, discussing his approach to reinventing the realms of folk music, as well as the launch
Boom for real was a catchphrase Basquiat said when something really wowed him. It’s impossible to believe that anyone seeing this film won’t walk away feeling inspired; the film is a boom, for real.
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