Lucius Fox will be releasing their second LP, TRAPPIST-1. It’s about a planetary system that lies 39.6 light years away from Earth. Kalamazoo bands The Krelboynes and Fire! It’s Sirius and traveling bands Charles the Osprey and Narco Debut will also be playing. It’s going to be rad.
Looking to add some new flavors to your playing? Maybe you're just trying get started cooking with guitar and don't know where to begin? Maybe you're experienced and just wanna share some ideas as well as hear perspectives that differ from your own?
Whatever your motivation come on down to Rancho Unicorno where we'll be covering the basics for the equipment you need to make music with guitar! We'll cover terminology, the differences in types of amps and guitars, types of effects, differentiation in setups, and anything else you might wanna know about cookin' up a spicy tone!
This class will be geared towards beginners and prepared to the best of my ability such that even if you know nothing going in you can come out knowing at least enough to understand the language and set you on your way! Plenty of live examples will be given to help you understand and you'll be given a chance to turn some knobs and pluck some strings yourself if you'd like!
Do you like having fun? Well, we have some great news if you do! We have an amazing band from St. Louis swinging through town and playing an awesome show right here at Satellite Records.
The Krelboynes (Kalamazoo, MI)-After neighboring the Simpsons for near three decades, Ned Flanders moved to Kalamazoo, MI, changed his name, and now claims to be 25-year-old, Trey Marks. Marks, singer/bassist of the local group, “The Krelboynes” has had a hard time letting go of his Fox roots, going so far as to name the group after the smart kids class in rivaling family sitcom, "Malcolm In The Middle". It’s sad. And so is their music. Their sound is what you would expect. All the best parts of sad-dad math rock.
Concentrator (St. Louis, MO)- On a serious note, Concentrator is seriously awesome. Let me throw some words at you. Art. Math rock. Rock. Post-hardcore. Post-punk. Saint Louis. Tell me that doesn't get you a little curious. Maybe even a little scared? Don't worry. This group is super chill and their music is intricate and beautiful.
Katy Needs A Life (Kalamazoo, MI)- Let me tell you a story about a young girl with big dreams of going to a city and eventually becoming no-nonsense local rock star/record store employee. Her name was Katy and she dreamed of having a life.
All ages like every show at Satellite Records!
$5 suggested donation (Philadelphia is ~680 miles away, let's support our touring bands as best we can!)
Music is for all, have a great time and make sure everyone around you is too!! :-)
You + Me Music Sessions is the first of a series showcasing diverse and emerging talent in the state of Michigan. This music session is focused on local Kalamazoo artists at the groovin' Coexist Cafe.
June 2nd, 2018
Coexist Cafe 2901 (located on Westerns Main Campus at Howard St, Kalamazoo)
First performance begins right at 1:00pm and ends at 3:00pm
This event is free for everyone, and donations are highly encouraged! support local!
As a singer/songwriter focusing on asymmetrical pop, she has made a name for herself at Kalamazoo College for her unique and soulful voice. This will be her first solo performance showcasing original works to the Kalamazoo community.
As a vocalist and tenor saxophonist, his interest lies in the folk art of hip hop and its ability to blend genre's together to create its form. He is a former member of the Purple Lemurs, is proudly from Kalamazoo MI, and excited to put his city on the map.
A musician and aspiring audio engineer who recently completed his senior thesis in music production at Kalamazoo College, titled "If I Was." This will be his first live performance in Kalamazoo, showcasing his intricate production and beautiful harmonies.
U Know / I Know:
Based out of Kalamazoo
, MI, the band is comprised of Quintin Sproull, Logan Beck, Josh Moran, and Colin Taber. Blurring the lines between indie and R&B, they play music that is loud, quiet, and somewhere in between.
Join us on May 27th for an evening of poetry and acoustic performances from local artists and activists speaking truth to power and engaging in some radical dialectic. Featured artists include:
MAGGIE MAY (from GRAND RAPIDS, MI)
An anti-fascist musician who knocks Nazis dead with her politically charged ukulele tunes. (Also, please donate or buy some of her awesome merch).
A local poet and rapper who organizes here in the community to spread awareness (and dismantle) the school to prison pipeline.
A long time area radical and poet, John will be springing through to offer his brand of anti-establishment insights.
HOSTED BY (and with occasional lyrical interruptions from) ANDY ARGO
We have more feature poets to be announced, and we will also be making time for an OPEN MIC. If you have a poem or two, or would simply like to jump on the soapbox and give a passionate polemic of the status quo, please feel free to sign up. If you are interested in reading (roughly 5 minute slots, but don't feel compelled to stretch yourself) please post on this event page below.
We will also be collecting donations for the BOILING POINT. The Boiling Point is a house on the north-east side of downtown that intends to provide a space for various radically minded political groups and community organizations in Kalamazoo to hold meetings, workshops, and provide services to the community.
Canadian mix of Talking Heads and Devo that make you wanna do the hokey pokey and turn yourself around bc P U N K is what it's all about
fast noise and loud shouts. Remember in Emperor's New Groove when lil Devil Kronk told Regular Kronk, "I'm going to lead you down that path that rocks"? He was referencing Tunic.
local femme punks certified in mouth 2 mouth which you will need after this show
if Cat Power were your queer millennial bedroom pop crush