The Manhattan Music Coalition, in efforts to support all the excellent musicians in the MHK area, presents to you, The Show.
The Show is a music cornucopia, a melting pot, a swilling and swirling of the finest music, from every genre, that Manhattan and the surrounding area has to offer.
Three genres. Three acts. One stage. The Show.
For our fourth show, we have the synth-rock shadows of Echopod, the explosive joy of The Field Day Jitters, and the debut of Sidhion’s live looping freakout. This night will melt ACS a little more into the depths of the Ville.
This event also serves as the monthly fundraiser for the MMC, your donations powering the promotional and educational efforts of the Coalition in the MHK area.
Come one, come all…to The Show.
Deadman Flats continues to stretch the limits of experimental bluegrass by injecting it with their own flavor of hard-edged acoustic deathpunk homegrown in their native Kansas. This explosively energetic string band catalyzes outrageous outbursts of dance and foot-stomping with their bouncy, up-tempo outlaw anthems about women, whiskey and the simple things in life. Those keeping tabs may find influences such as: rock and roll, punk, metal, old-time, blues, rockabilly or country intermingled with Deadman Flats’ traditional bluegrass instrumentation. Deadman Flats’ “anything goes” attitude enables them to identify with people in all walks of life. No matter what musical preferences one might have, chances are Deadman Flats has something that’s right up your alley.
10pm. 21+ No Cover.
Mountain Sprout is a highly energetic hillbilly music machine, spitting original tunes and blowing minds with whitty lyrics and face melting musicianship. The Sprouts are a full-time working band and play shows all year round for anyone who will listen. Whether it be Grayson VanSickle playing his machine gun banjo, singing out the novel of our lives or guitarist Adam Waggs, who yanks up the melody up by the ear and keeps you kickin’. With a smile on his face, Daniel Redmond pulls out cannon fire notes pounding the stand-up dog house bass, and Blayne Thiebaud gives the crowd a spectacular show, burnin’ rosin and bendin’ air, exploding the fiddle while bursting into flames. Together, they are MOUNTAIN SPROUT.
10pm. 21+ $5 Cover
You keep raging their shows, so we keep bringing them back! Manhattan’s resident jam-masters SlowBurn will be showering their sonic awesome across Aggie Central Station. 10pm. 21+ No Cover!