Zzvava is releasing their first album within just 10 months of existence. Their new album is a high-energy smorgasbord of boogie-ready surf-rock, jangly psychedelia, riffy power-pop and snappy indie-punk. If it feels like things change-up after every song, it’s because each track rotates in a different author, that is–the songwriting–is split four ways. Not only that, but when you see them live, (Sat., Nov 3) at Ziggy’s, you’ll see Jordan Collingridge, Jeffrey Freer, Anna Parker, and Nick Zomparelli swapping instruments (and vocals). Witness poise in the midst of constant flux! And stay tuned, because we’ll have a full feature/interview with the band in the December Print Edition of The Current.
Following my Detroit Gallery Crawl piece in October Current highlighting contemporary art galleries in Detroit, it seems only fair to highlight the visual arts galleries in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.
Explore the art scene As the weather in Michigan turns cool, if you are curious about Detroit’s art scene and in the mood for a short 45 minute road trip, now is a great time to head downtown. When I began exploring Detroit several years ago, my hunt for significant art and artists was more
The CoOp’s community-focused approach is music to our ears “The vision was, honestly, to bring people together,” says Frances Master, one of six UM students who operate The CoOp, a space inside Openfloor Studio (231 S. State St.). Undeniably, it is refreshing to hear that motivation for creating opportunities to experience live music, as that’s