Fall is here, and WUAG and The Blind Tiger are ringing it in the best god damn way possible. We’re bringing you two nights of incredible music for one price. Bring your ornamental gourds!

NIGHT 1 (10/17):

$12 in advance, $15 at the door. (Purchasing a ticket for Night One gets you into Night Two for free!)

Get your ticket in advance here

*MAPS AND ATLASES* – Former math rock shredders turned down on their latest release, “Perch Patchwork.” Expect intricate guitar lines, sweet vocal melodies, and some long beards. Remember how rad these guys were last year? (http://www.mapsandatlases.​org/)

*The Bronzed Chorus* – Hometown heroes, and some of the biggest hunks around. Just released a new ep entitled “Gleaning” on Hello Sir Records. This will be the homecoming show for their massive east coast tour. I fucking dare you to call them post rock! (http://www.facebook.com/th​ebronzedchorus)

*The Summer Pledge* – Hailing from Detroit, this five piece creates organic landscapes illustrated through space rock supernovas. You’re going to have to come see them to figure out what that means! (http://thesummerpledge.com​/)

*Friend House* – Awesome band fronted by a true jack of all trades. Sounds range from indie-folk to indie-americana right on back to alt-country. (http://www.facebook.com/fr​iendhouseyall)

NIGHT 2 (10/18)

$5 at the door. (Free with purchase of ticket for Night One)


*TURBO FRUITS* – Turbo Fruits, are led by Jonas Stein (ex-Be Your Own Pet) who has the word ‘Tennessee’ tattooed on his back. They play guitar, bass, drums. Turbo Fruits have toured with Monotonix, The Black Lips, Surfer Blood, and The Lovvers. Their 2nd album, Echo Kid, is on Fat Possum Records (home to Wavves, Ty Segall, Smith Westerns). (http://turbofruits.com/)

*Drag Sounds* – Mike Wallace, Trevor Reece, Mark Wingfield plus a shape-shifting fourth member. Guitar solos, thoughtful lyrics, leather pants. These guys write the songs that make you want to be a better person. (http://krankiescompilation​s.bandcamp.com/track/feels​-alright)


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