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    Monday (3/28)

    Haymarket Whiskey Bar
    Coined as the “neighborhood mixed tape," make Monday night your vinyl night. Bring in your own record, and they’ll play it for all the Haymarket world to hear. Plus, they have free Spinelli’s pizza at 10 P.M.!
     
    The New Vintage
    Cincinnati band, Andy & The Pandy’s sandwiches punk rock and country themes together, while Louisville’s, The Big Quiet, takes on unique elements of pop, prog rock, and jazz.

    Todd Hall (Kentucky Center for the Arts)
    All the way from Sydney Australia, The Necks, are here to liven up your jazz soul.

    Highland’s Tap Room
    It's Monday. It's Metal. 

    Tuesday (3/29)

    The New Vintage
    Here’s two indie rock bands approaching the genre in their own way. Run River North leans towards a folkier sound, think The Decemberists, while The Lighthouse & The Whaler (a name drawn from Moby Dick) ignites a more electronic sound.
     
    Haymarket Whiskey Bar
    I mean, who doesn’t love Steely Dan? This eleven piece from Louisville is here to bring you all the The Dan spirit. 

    Wednesday (3/30)

    The Louisville Palace
    The English group pioneered genres we know today to be art and prog rock. The group has been sharing their music with the world since the late 60s and has snagged 18 platinum and gold records along the way. The air is going to be full of nostalgia tonight, there’s no doubt about that.
     
    KCD Theater
    The Americana duo from Charleston are frequenters to the Louisville music scene. They never seem to let us down either.
     
    Zanzabar
    The electronic music pioneer, Eliot Lipp, has been denoted as one of the top 10 fastest rising DJs. Vibe says, “Lipp's omnivorous taste in music expands to include everything from electro to funk to indie to downtempo and trap." Joining Lipp is New York City hip hop artist, Blockhead.
     
    The New Vintage
    There’s only a couple weeks left before this year’s GonzoFest. Come out and (pre) party! Discounted festival tickets and music from The Mobros and Michael Cleary. 

    Thursday (3/31)

    Zanzabar
    This is psych rock four-piece from Brazil is one you don’t want to miss. There sound is psych, sure, but there’s something more romantic about. Perhaps, it’s the fact the group sticks to their roots by singing their songs in Portuguese.
     
    The Louisville Palace
    Franklin’s genre is contemporary gospel and has been called “the Garth Brooks of gospel."
     
    Kaiju
    Trishes runs in the same vein as other indie pop artists like, Lorde and Lana Del Rey. She does live vocal looping, synthesizer and beat boxing, so the show should be interesting!
     
    The New Vintage
    This Two-time Blues Music Award Winner is here to play you the blues!
     
    Bomhard Theater
    Blues infused rock and roll drenched in the Mississippi. 

    Saturday (4/2)

    Automagik, Edward Hamel
    Kaiju
    Cincinnati band, Automagik, labels there genre of music as “Rocky Road Ice Cream” which isn’t too far off. Rocky road offers an explosion of sugar in your mouth just like Automagik explodes in your ears. They both leave you buzzed and hyperactive.
     
    Modern Cult Records
    Doom, stoner, metal, and FUN. 

    Sunday (4/3)

    Headliner’s Music Hall
    Folk, pop, indie, whatever, what’s really great about Thao & The Get Down is lead singer, Thao Nguyen’s, voice. It’s distinctive, pungent, and inescapable. The group’s songs highlight elements of indie pop, but with qualities of a singer-songwriter. 
     
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