When: Sat., Aug. 24, 7 p.m. 2019
One of these things is not like the other. Well, actually, none of these bands are remotely similar, which makes this Ann Arbor triple bill a sonic flight for folks of all fancies. Take Detroit’s Duende, a band that, for a decade, has been assembling a carefully crafted arsenal of throbbing psychedelic garage rock. Also on the bill is three-piece Las Drogas out of Ypsilanti, which specializes in stirring and sludgy psychobilly. Rounding out the evening is singer-songwriter Kate Hinote, whose soaring, mood-setting voice has led several iterations of several high-energy alt-folk line-ups (the Blueflowers and, sometimes, with the Disasters) over the last 10 years.