NARC OUT THE REDS / A.M. SYNDICATE / IN CIVILIAN CLOTHING Friday, April 11

FRIDAY, APRIL 11
ALL AGES, $5
8:00 PM [doors at 7:00]

NARC OUT THE REDS
A.M. SYNDICATE
IN CIVILIAN CLOTHING

Narc Out The Reds is a project of Lansing songwriter and guitarist Chris Baratono. Baratono, formerly of the bands Caustic Pop and Things Without Wings, writes literate rock that veers between the cathartic rush of 90s indie stalwarts like Archers Of Loaf and more melodic fare such as The Twilight Singers or Shudder To Think. Using the guitar as much for texture as for sonic crunch, Baratono says Narc Out The Reds has been years in the making. “It’s the band I always knew was in me” says Baratono, whose day job is music manager at Schuler books. April 11’s show will be the band’s live debut, and (SCENE) is honored to provide the stage.

Austin, Texas trio A.M. Syndicate’s dream-laced rock has no shortage of memorable songs, as evidenced by positive reviews of last year’s full-length CD “Liberation.” Featuring former Rhythm Of Black Lines guitarist Omar Chavez and the uniquely named multi-instrumentalist Golfball (her real name!), A.M. Syndicate began as a multi-member outfit a la Animal Collective with an original line-up boasting members of …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead. Since paring down to a 3-piece, they have honed their sound into some of our favorite independent music of the last year.

Rounding out the evening will be envelope pushing Detroit-based band In Civilian Clothing, a band who’s been on our radar for some time now and who will be appearing at (SCENE) for the first time. The evening of music promises to reward indie-rock leaning listeners of all types – this is the sort of bill we daydream of!

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