Sunday, April 14th 2019
@ Shakespeare's Lower Level
241 E Kalamazoo Ave., Kalamazoo,MI 49007
Doors: 6 PM
Show: 7 PM
ALL AGES // $10
Tickets available here: https://bpt.me/4094416
Gouge Away (Fort Lauderdale,FL) : https://gougeawayfl.bandcamp.com/
Slow Mass (Chicago,IL) : https://slowmassmusic.bandcamp.com/
OUT (Kalamazoo,MI) : https://outkzoo.bandcamp.com/
The Bookbinder (Kalamazoo,MI)
On March 2nd we will be having a FREE Narcan Training at the Invisible College facilitated by the COPE Network. We will be discussing the Opioid crisis and the medical science behind addiction, and participants will be taught how to use Narcan to potentially save someone's life who is experiencing an overdose.
Free Narcan will be available to participants.
After the training we will have several bands come and play at the house and will be raising funds for the COPE Network.
~~~~ Improvisational Jam/ Fusion Rock
~~~~ Slow, Doomy Metal
Narcan Training begins at 7PM, with music beginning around 9PM.
If you are planning on attending the Narcan Training and want the FREE NARCAN KIT please mark GOING so we can provide the Cope Network with an accurate estimate of how much to bring.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th at SHAKESPEARES LOWER LEVEL
Tickets: $8 adv. / $10 atd.
+ It Looks Sad.
It Looks Sad. originally began playing shows in early 2012 under the name It Looks Sad, That's Why I Said It's You. After a few line-up shifts the band emerged in late 2013 under the shortened name, It Looks Sad. In the Winter of 2013 the band recorded a handful of shimmering, sharp guitar pop / post-punk songs that echo the influence of bands like Surfer Blood and Beach Fossils. Along with the shortened moniker, It Looks Sad. professes a leaner, more straight-forward approach with their new material. The band's live show is also something to behold as their songs are given a bit more power and room to breathe. Hometown label, Tiny Engines, will release the band's proper Self-Titled debut in the Summer of 2014.
This is our 2nd annual fundraiser for IRAQ VETERANS AGAINST THE WAR. Please bring money to donate; it goes to support the actions of activist veterans in telling their stories, engaging in anti-war protests, and supporting social justice causes all over the country.
Why, after sixteen years, do our soldiers continue serving in Afghanistan and Iraq with no end in sight?
Why do our representatives in congress and the senate continue to approve unilateral war making powers to the executive branch?
Why, when our military expenses are over half of our national budget, and our military budget is larger than the next ten countries combined (by a large margin), do our representatives continue to increase it?
Why, in a country that always claims to support their troops, are our veterans far too often left without the resources they need after serving in our nation's wars?
Why are we so quick as citizens to claim support for our veterans, but often let their stories, voices, and conviction fall on deaf ears?
Where is the voice for peace, both in congress and in the streets, to protect veterans, future veterans, and the civilians caught in the crossfire in unnecessary wars?
Join us as we speak to these issues and present some incredible talent from the SW Michigan community, including:
MAGGIE MAY (Folk-Punk)
CHIT HOLDEMS (Anti-Fascist Country)
SISTA MISTA (Sci-Fi Political Hip-Hop)
SHOW STARTS at 6:30PM down at the
- This is an aftershow and will begin late!
- Free keg!
- Message for address or ask a friend.
- Bigotry of any form will NOT be tolerated.
- Respect the house and those around you.
- Please keep noise levels down when outside. The neighbors will shut the shit down
THERE IS A SHOW EARLIER IN THE NIGHT THAT CAN BE FOUND HERE
Filth District will also be releasing it’s 8th issue at this show. $5 Zines.
House show featuring three great Kalamazoo artists!
MESSAGE FOR ADDRESS
DONATE TO THE BANDS
Shankool - Art Pop influenced by Funk, Post-Punk and Hip Hop
Dissidance - Post-Punk and Noise Rock with smooth vocals
Super Tan - Stripped back sad Lo-Fi Indie Rock
F.Y.G.N. FEST is an all-ages, day-long art/music/performance festival at Between Two Ferns. This event will empower artists whose identities are typically underrepresented and misaligned in the DIY scene, including but not limited to trans and cis girls/women/humans, queer and trans guys, nonbinary and gender nonconforming folks, agender folks, gender anarchists, the closeted, the questioning, and everyone else under the wild & wonderful umbrella of queerness.
p.s. this is the follow-up to femme fest
p.p.s. it stands for "fuck yr gender norms"
On November 15th, join us at Satellite Records and enjoy easy listenings provided by:
New Architects(Kalamazoo, MI)- Fast. Loud. Pop. Punk. Think Warped Tour '97 with a little extra grit.
Check out their tunes at https://newarchitects.bandcamp.com/
Shoebox GR (Grand Rapids, MI)- Punk rock band from Grand Rapids, MI.
Check out their tunes at https://shoeboxgr.bandcamp.com
Pity Party(Oakland, CA)- This awesome band not only plays one helluva show but also do their part to give back.
"PITY PARTY is an emo pop-punk band from Oakland, CA. Characterized by their frenzied, unforgettable live shows and their fierce dedication to DIY and mental health advocacy, Pity Party have been spreading their wild, barely-holding-it-together energy across the US since 2014."- Pity Party
Check out their tunes at https://therealpityparty.bandcamp.com
Bike Tuff(Kalamazoo, MI)- Kalamazoo pop-punk legends.
"Hailing from the "farm belt" that rolls across Southern Michigan, we don't have an elaborate agenda for Bike Tuff. We have beards because we can't always afford razors, we play fast because half the dudes are from Jersey, and we love playing in basements because there's no stage for us to fall off of." -Bike Tuff
Check out their tunes at https://bikingtuff.bandcamp.com
All ages like every show at Satellite Records!
Donations encouraged for the touring artists!
Music is for all, have a great time and make sure everyone around you is too!! :-)