Experience some amazing local music and the late summer heat in one of the best venues in Detroit.
Electric Honey - Indie, post-punk, alt rock
DUDE - rock and roll, detroit rock
ATMIG - indie, folk, rock, shoegaze
Wreckless Jane - blues rock
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Join us as we return to PJ's Lager House for a night of face-melting rock and roll, some super talented local musicians, and some tasty beerz. Kicking off the night, The Pandys will be playing some indie/funk/punk rock after releasing their latest album Bar which you can listen to here.
Finishing off the night will be yours truly!
$5 at the door. Such value! Tickets can be purchased HERE!
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Summer may be over but there's still time to kick out some jams with our friends (Detroit favorites) Eleanora and Hans Christopher. Join us for a great lineup at the iconic New Dodge Lounge. Doors at 8PM. 21+ | $10
Check out some of our tunes including our latest single, "The Science". Guaranteed to get you out of your seat and into your jetpack!* This is the first single off of our upcoming album "Primetime Garbage" which will debut later this year!
Eleanora has recently played at the Pig and Whiskey festival in Ferndale as well as numerous shows with countless talented local artists. Check out some of their work below!
Hans Christopher has the voice of an angel^ and plays the piano. Need I say more?
*Jetpack not guaranteed
^Guaranteed to make you weep with happiness
Gallery opens at 6:00pm
Live Music @ 9:00pm
Kevin Kline from Jerry Dreams
30+ artists TBA
$8 at the door
Drinks provided by Tangent Gallery (cash only bar)
Join us for a stellar lineup at the Blind Pig featuring Earth Engine, Ann Arbor natives The Kelseys, Electric Honey, and Mango Lane. Presented by Empty Mug Records, this is sure to be a killer show worth every penny. Tickets at the door, 18 and up: $8, 21 and up: $5. Doors open at 9PM. Do not miss it.
Earth Engine - progressive/post hardcore from Detroit
The Kelseys - indie rock/also from Ann Arbor
Electric Honey - alt/indie rock from Detroit
Mango Lane - sex pop/funk/indie
Lager House welcomes back some old friends and some new artists to its stage on Saturday November 19. Bronze Mambas, BLAKDOG return to Lager along with ska-punk band Cabin 7 and Electric Honey. Link to Event
Join us for a night of soulful rock and roll at the world renowned Cadieux Cafe where the beer flows like wine and the tunes instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano.
Kicking off the evening is none other than Greater Alexander, singer songwriter from Detroit, MI with a mixed bag of styles ranging from Nick Drake to Bon Iver. His music is great to listen to, especially if you want to get introspective. A few beers in, and Electric Honey takes the stage with their raw, powerful sound reminiscent of OK Computer era Radiohead. Guaranteed to make the strongest of knees weak with Pixies-esque guitar riffs and violin laden tunes. To top off the night, The Jack Cameras, joining us all the way from Cleveland, will be playing some delightful indie rock goodness. With upbeat songs and juicy melodies, they will be sure to maintain your delicately fashioned buzz through the wee hours of the night.
21+ are welcome, $5 at the door. Doors at 9:30.
Join Electric Honey at The Cadieux Cafe with special guests all the way from Bay City, MI and our good friend Tony Loduca for a night of magic and wonder. Also, amazing music, beer, and food. Doors at 9pm. 21+
Thanks to everyone who came out to our album release show! We had an amazing time at The Berkley Front and we hope to do it again in the near future. Check out the album and make sure you get your goodies gone by heading over to things you need and purchasing a digital copy! Below is just a taste of the awesome night we shared with you. Thanks!