The Village Bicycle / The Picassos / Scary Women / Daisys

Thu, Nov 9, 2017 @ 8:00 pm to 2:00am

Thursday, November 9 / 8pm doors, 9pm music / $7
The Village Bicycle (Nap dreams)
The Picassos (Spooky grungy punk rock)
Scary Women (Rock and roll)
Daisys (Melodic punk/Hardcore punk/Emo)

The Village Bicycle writes songs that they like to play. Sometimes they wonder if parallel versions of themselves are playing the very same songs in far away universes. Sometimes they scream their heads off in a chaotic mayhem-induced frenzy. Sometimes they bob and weave through dancey garage pop that melts into experimental psychedelic freakouts and circles back again on the turn of a dime. They eat burritos and listen to Hall and Oates deep cuts and wonder if David Byrne ever thought his music would be played over the loudspeaker at Dillards. They turn their bodies inside out just because they can. They wash their hands.

Future plans for The Village Bicycle include but are not limited to eating more burritos, playing and creating music together indefinitely, and defeating the ever-looming gray haze of apathy with aggressive distribution of skittles and noise via their early-2016 tape release, Fits and Starts.

Scary Women is a band out of Lansing, Michigan. Aside from delivering searing rock and roll, we also aim to celebrate frightening females. Their influences range from Bikini Kill to Led Zeppelin, Guided by Voices to Patti Smith and everywhere in between.

Daisys: Melodic/Hardcore/Emo band from the suburbs of metro Detroit consisting of lgbtqa+ members.