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Underground Arts Feb. 11 to 25: Bit Flip Presents: A Night of Electronica, Dutch Holly, The Growlers, The Redemptions, Organic Poetry, Wooden Indian Returns, Las Fuegas


By Jeff Moes  
Modern Times Magazine

Feb. 11, 2015 — Basically if there is a show happening in metro Phoenix underneath a physical structure that is not a conventional roof it has a solid possibility of being the featured event in the Underground Arts Calendar. So, the upcoming Under The Bridge Folk Festival under the light rail overpass at Margaret T. Hance Park was a pretty obvious pick for this week’s feature.

My Pizza My World, a folk-punk outfit out of Texas featuring members of Days N Daze, will be headlining this most recent version of the UTBFF. Joining them will be locals Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold, D.G. Scherrer The Voice Who Lost Its Man, Out Past Curfew, Hug Of War, Perfect Laughter, and of course the utterly useless and horrendously terrible Travis James & the Acrimonious Assembly of Arsonists.

The show is all ages because it’s in a public park, and it’s free, although a donation for the touring act is strongly encouraged. The unplugged, unamplified, unregulated good times start at 6 p.m. on Wednesday Feb. 18. The music may bring up the energy at the UTBFF shows, but what makes it a party is the people so bring your friends and have a great time!

Wednesday, Feb. 11

Phoenix definitely has its fair share of bad EDM acts, and they seem to find their way on to all kinds of big stages. But Phoenix also has a pretty big scene for alternative electronic music and Bit - Flip has been doing their best to highlight that scene. For their next trick they will be bringing the electronic jams to Tempe Tavern, 1810 E. Apache BLVD. for Bit - Flip presents: A Night Of Electronica. The evening will feature Phantom Airship, Tribal Leader, SIGH, Sliide, and AkelixE and begins at 7 p.m. The show is 21 and up and free.

Thursday, Feb. 12

Now that the winter has seemed to have ended and the 85 degree days are back for good, it seems a great time to get the hell out of dodge and head north to Flagstaff. Prescott-based indie pop-duo Dutch Holly will be bringing their ethereal tones to the Firecreek Coffee Company, 22 E. Route 66. The show is free, all ages, and they will be playing from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m.

Tempe-based, ‘Space Cadet Thunder-pop five-piece’ Playboy Manbaby will be opening for a band that is playing Coachella. That’s pretty cool. The Growlers will be stopping off at Crescent Ballroom, 308 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, for a rockin’ 16 and over set in Phoenix’s best venue. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are $15 in advance.

Friday, Feb. 13

The Redemptions aren’t doing anything revolutionary musically speaking. But they are making an old style sound brand new. They will be joined at Lawn Gnome Publishing, 905 N. Fifth St., Phoenix, by The Combat Medic and The Bittersweet Way. The show is all ages, begins at 7 p.m. and tickets can be purchased for $5 on the event page or at the door.

Jules Dinehdeal AKA Cleopache has been the host of Organic Poetry “since forever” at The Firehouse Gallery, 1015 N. First St., Phoenix. It’s a bit hard to describe exactly what goes on at the show: there is poetry, but it’s not strictly a poetry event. There is music, but it certainly is not a concert. There is sometimes dancing, but it certainly isn’t a disco. Sometimes there is wine, for those of age, but it’s definitely not a bar. The lineup is not always set on the night of, but it isn’t exactly a traditional open mic. The show all ages, donation only, begins at 8 p.m. and is really a one of a kind in the Phoenix metro.

Saturday, Feb. 14

Wooden Indian has been absent from the Phoenix music scene for a little bit. Frontman Wally Boudway and lead guitarist Ross Andrews were busy gallivanting around Europe with Califone. Bass player David Maroney was busying himself playing in what seems like every other band in Phoenix and the rest of psychedelic folk crew were, according to the event page, “traveling, eating, playing, starving, walking, photographing, and overall experiencing.” But beginning at 7 p.m. on Valentine’s day Wooden Indian {Returns} and they aren’t coming alone. Joining downtown’s favorite band will be dream-pop cutie-pies Pro Teens and matching T-shirt wearing surf rockers The Wavelengths. The show is 21 and up and tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

DESTRUCTION UNIT will be playing at Monorchid, 214 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix as part of Las Fuegas. Las Fuegas will be an art show and concert in the long tenured RORO gallery, and thought the visual art may come first, none come before D-UNIT. There will be a Fred Tieken art show, as well as works by man other artists. Then joining DESTRUCTION UNIT will be The Myrrors, Cherie Cherie, The Night Collectors, and DRAA. TIckets are $10 for this all ages event. Doors open at 7 p.m.

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