Summer Bummer feat. Homesafe

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Summer Bummer feat. Homesafe

Hot Mulligan, Heart Attack Man, Jetty Bones, Dark Spring, Madeline Finn, The Sonder Bombs, City Mouth, Barely Civil, heyohwell, Elbow Room, Dead Fall, An Ongoing Story, Taylor Scott, Ness Lake, Pollen Eyes

Fri · July 20, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

$10.00

This event is all ages

Homesafe
Homesafe
New EP out now!!
Hot Mulligan
Hot Mulligan
Michigan’s upper peninsula is trapped under what seems like permafrost for most of the year. This chilling effect makes the landmass more comfortable with stationary lives rather than lives spent outside its natural sprawl. Hot Mulligan may have been born in this green giant, but they escaped its clutches shortly after high school to beat pavement and their own neuroses-at the same time.

Since 2014, the five-piece has gained ground for their earnest approach to songwriting, melding together the ferocious riffs of pop punk’s latest wave with the tenacious vulnerability of indie rock. The marriage is one shared by many bands, but on Opportunities - their latest EP earning a re-release via No Sleep Records - the courtship entangles itself in new territories, mostly in those characterized by cavernous percussion, hooks so buoyant they bob up and down, and guitar and synth interplay that belong to a much older, bolder band.

The future is full of other excuses to keep moving, and for Hot Mulligan, they’re easily jumping at the chance to speed up.
Heart Attack Man
Heart Attack Man
Jetty Bones
Dark Spring
Dark Spring
Madeline Finn
The Sonder Bombs
The Sonder Bombs
City Mouth
City Mouth
Catchy songs that deal with love, heartbreak, sexuality, alcohol, and the anxieties of growing up in the 21st century.
Barely Civil
Barely Civil
It’s easy to get lost in Wisconsin. Metropolitan centers might anchor to the Midwest, but patches of sprawling wilderness and bitter weather make for an American outlier. Barely Civil was built from this backdrop—four different dots on the state map. Despite this, their debut full-length We Can Live Here Forever plots a journey home, whatever and wherever that means. Stopovers across genre and structure keep the pace measured and lean, while Matt Riefler’s layered production explodes any breathing room into powerful statements.

Vocalist/guitarist and primary lyricist Connor Erickson leaves plenty of signage trailing to his home base. “Eau Claire? Oh, Claire.” marries Wisco landmarks with a portrait of cautious twenty-something love. “Stark” and “Kent” — a pair of slumbering guitar tracks in the back half — gain their names from his and bassist Ben Forst’s address lines. There’s also an outward mobility as the tracks grow in magnitude, cataloging sleepless nights in Super 8 motels, in others’ houses, in the scattered silence carried through cigarette smoke and whispered confessions. The nomadic scene changes match the record’s morphing between indie-rock’s straight-laced and stratospheric ambitions in minutes.

For Barely Civil, home isn’t really a place. It’s a collection of things—tones, conversations, milemarkers—that will ultimately find a home for you too.
heyohwell
Elbow Room
Elbow Room
Dead Fall
Dead Fall
An Ongoing Story
An Ongoing Story
Taylor Scott
Ness Lake
Pollen Eyes
Pollen Eyes
Venue Information:
Mahall's
13200 Madison Ave.
Lakewood, OH, 44107
http://www.mahalls20lanes.com/