Vulfpeck

. April 1, 2015.
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If you don’t know who Vulfpeck is, you haven’t been paying attention. This A2 funk squad made national headlines last year with their Sleepify Tour—an admission-free tour funded by fans streaming the silent Sleepify album on repeat while they slept, multiplying the less-than-a-cent royalty rate Spotify pays artists. But Vulfpeck is more than a clever sales gimmick. From Joe Dart’s funktastic in-the-pocket bass groove to Jack Stratton’s boom-bip, these guys know how to lay it down and have fun doing it.

$20, 9pm. Special guest: The Euphonics, The Blind Pig, Friday, 24, 208 S 1st St, (734) 996-855.

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