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The Loom is a six-piece indie rock band from Brooklyn that features male/female vocals, horns, guitars, banjo, ukulele, keys, and percussion. Their live shows are gaining them quite a following and this is your chance to see them before they blow up.
Linus is a band of freshmen who recently won Battle of the Bands and will open Spring Fling. Come see them in a more intimate setting and get to hear their sweet sweet catchy jams.
Date: FRIDAY 4/23 Time : 10 PM – This show will start on time Place: Eclectic Cost: FREE FREE FREE
As you’ve no doubt heard by now, not only is (omg) the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity reaching into their substantial funds to sponsor this year’s April music and arts festival in WestCo’s courtyard, but (omg) DAN DEACON is headlining the show.
Friday night, and what to do? Why not come to Psi U for a great concert for a great cause. Student bands Duchampion, Fly Machine (formerly Soul Kat Too) and Linus (formerly Friendsome) will be rocking out to raise money for Partners In Health in Haiti. If you come, you can rock out too!
Date: Friday, February 5th Time: 10PM Place: Psi U Cost: $3