Friday, March 11
$15 | 7 p.m.
The kaleidoscopic and versatile songs of Sunflower Bean reflects decades of sounds, from sunny, pop-infused ’60s psychedelia to contemporary sensibilities, but one thing stands firm: their layered, sharp music comes from both the head and the heart. Barrie opens.
The Whirling Tiger
$15 | 9 p.m.
Wombo is embarking on its longest tour yet. The Louisville three-piece, which plays experimental post-punk, is hitting 18 shows across the country, including several at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. See the band off with a show at The Whirling Tiger, where they’re playing with fellow local groups White Woolly and Turbo Nut.
Saturday, March 12
Headliners Music Hall
$20 | 8 p.m.
Bendigo Fletcher’s mellow, lush, serotonin-introducing folk is careful and deep in both the scope of the lyrics and instruments — it’s well-built singer-songwriter music that extends itself to several corners of roots music, while sounding incredibly modern. Boa Boys and Routine Caffeine open.
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