Tech N9ne says that 6's and 7's stands for disarray and confusion. After rolling through Louisville last night with a crew of fellow artists off his label, Strange Music, some [children] might have felt that way.
Last night marked the final WFPK Waterfront Wednesday of the year. They Might Be Giants headlined a beautiful evening along the water and commanded unified warfare within the crowd; sock puppet TMBG cover band The Avatars also made an appearance.
Headliners looked more like the inside of a kaleidoscope last night when the Black Angels rolled through with Spindrift and Dead Meadow. Pair this with a spree of psychedelic music and prepare for deep space.
This Friday the Black Angels return to Louisville at Headliners after two consecutive cancelations in the past. Guitarist/vocalist Alex Maas took some time to reflect on visual songwriting, black metal and describing the unknown.
They Might Be Giants returns to Louisville to send off the last Waterfront Wednesday of the year. The band's other half, John Flansburgh, takes a moment to discuss the new record and sketchy situations.
Atmosphere stops at Headliner's this Wednesday, September 14th on vacation with labelmates Blueprint and Evidence. Sean Daley, the other half of Atmosphere, speaks about Eddie Murphy, his six day stint in Deep Puddle Dynamics and crybabies.
This Thursday, Headliners will ring with laughs as comedians Neil Hamburger, Todd Barry and Brendon Walsh continue on their Spring Value Tour. Mr. Hamburger took time to speak with Louisville.com prior to his show on April 14th.