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Scapescape Lineup

Fill your ears Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Scapescape

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Michael Northrup

Horse Lords


THURSDAY NIGHT

Charles and Lanvale, 6 p.m.

Celebration
Adventure
Moss of Aura
Santa Dads
The Slow Jerks

The Windup Space, 11 p.m.

Secret Mountains
Holy Ghost Party
Believers
Happy Family

FRIDAY NIGHT

Charles and Lanvale, 6 p.m.

Wye Oak
Big in Japan with Katrina Ford
Sri Aurobindo
Flock of Dimes
Yeveto
Drums of Death

The Metro Gallery, 6 p.m.

Co La
Mark Brown & Schwarz
DDm
DJ Ferrari J
Jacober
Teenage Souls
Brendan Sullivan
Beth Varden
Vlonde
Ike Shark
Judge Mental

The Windup Space, 6 p.m.

Horse Lords
B1K
Spitting Images
Dave Adams Ceramic Tones
Slow Bull
Dead Mellotron
Wing Dam
Which Magic
Adam Lempel & the Heartbeats
Balkan Falcon

SATURDAY

Charles and Lanvale, 1 p.m.

J. Roddy Walston & the Business
The Pilgrim
The Convocation
The Flying Eyes
Free Electric State
The Matrimonials
Rapdragons
Mickey Free
Plural MC
Other Colors
Oil Pan Boy
The Wooly Moon

St. Paul and Lafayette, 1 p.m.

Dope Body
Roomrunner
Microkingdom
Weekends
The Art Department
Witch Hat
Whoarfrost
Beyond Say
Friend Collector
House Dress
Bamboo
Teen Suicide

The Metro Gallery, 6 p.m.

The Degenerettes
Monster Museum
Sal Bando
Plurals
Squaaks
Lush Farm
The Gold-Bug

The Windup Space, 6 p.m.

Cex
The Get ‘Em Mamis
White Life
Lands & Peoples
Raindeer
Soft Cat
Benjie Loveless
Brian Adam Ant

SUNDAY

Charles and Lanvale, 1 p.m.

Lafayette Gilchrist with the New Volcanoes
Labtekwon
Soul Cannon
Michael Formanek’s Four Cool Blue Maniacs
Microkingdom (second set)
Saleem and the Music Lovers
Television Hill
Romantic States
Ruby Fulton

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