Halifax shoegaze trio Kestrels are visiting the states on tour with their new EP ‘The Moon is Shining Our Way’. They will be making a stop in Kalamazoo this Sunday, July 6th at Louie’s Trophy House Grill, 440 E. North Street.
The Canadian fuzz poppers released ‘A Ghost History’ in 2012. This new EP is a precursor to their next full-length expected in 2015.
Kalamazoo’s response to the question ‘what happens when you mix classically-trained chops with 8-bit synth pop?’ Katy Needs A Life will perform her infectiously catchy numbers with her trademark charismatic stage presence, caffeinated by a Descendents-level of pre-game coffee chugging.
Tim does not exist. is the moniker that singer/songwriter Tim Tapper has chosen to use for his material nowadays. This January he made one of his most recent recordings available for listening in its entirety on YouTube with a download link available on the page. It’s an enjoyable, fuzzy, self-reflecting listen.
Louie’s is located at 440 E. North Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The cover is a suggested donation of $5 and doors at 8:30 P.M. with the show kicking off around 9 P.M. See you there!