Friday, July 25, 2014
Dewhya & L Soul
Also – B Fresh + Eddie J Don’t Play + Wayne Lauder + Wavie P. + Glitter Magik
The local hip-hop scene at it’s finest!
- Admission – $7 ADV, $10 DOS
- Doors – 7pm
- Ages – 18+
The Loft is a 400 capacity room located in the shadows of the state capitol. Located just two miles from Michigan State University, the Loft is dedicated to original music and cool concepts. Acts such as AWOL Nation, As I Lay Dying, Lindsey Stirling, Foxy Shazam, Mutemath, GRiZ, Neon Trees and The Wombats have all graced the stage.
The local hip-hop scene at it’s finest!
Between recording and releasing music, Wild Throne has made touring a priority from the beginning. Consisting of friends, Joshua Holland, Noah Burns and Jeff Johnson, the trio has rocked out from their hometown of Bellingham, Washington to share their hard rock/heavy metal music with the rest of the nation.
13 years after the release of “Revolution Revolucion,” Ill Nino solidified the beginning of the Latin metal scene. More than a decade later, the guys are still going strong touring nation wide in support of their latest Victory release “Epidemia.”
Lauren LoGrasso is a Los Angeles-based Singer/Songwriter, with Detroit and Michigan State roots. She plays and writes music in the genre of soul rock and believes in music that tells the truth. Her performance style can best be described as a variety show: in between two gut-wrenching ballads she’ll do a silly dance, tell a crazy story or crack a joke to maintain a perfect mood dynamic. And now, she’s in the process of putting out her first official EP.
Lansing rock n’ roll group The Skylit Letter will bring the Loft down this August. They will also be performing along side The Getout, Know Lyfe, and The Devil’s Cut, You don’t want to miss this show!
Rock-metal group Norma Jean has had their fair share of ups and downs as a band, but nonetheless have persevered from album to album. Their most recent release “Wrongdoers,” is available now.
10 years, five studio albums, plus thousands of gigs and counting puts The Trews at the peak of bold alternative, with versatile styles stemming from the basis of rock.
Lansing pop-punk outfit Way To Fall will makes their way to the Loft this August. Way To Fall have opened up for pop-punk favorites like TheWonder Years and Man Overboard, and will soon perform as part of Lansing’s Festival of the Moon & Sun. The band released their most recent EP, Tequila Mockingbird, last August.
Radio Disney’s newest boy band quintet IM5 are known for their vocal harmonies, impeccable dance routines and catchy pop melodies. Catch them this August at The Loft!
Nearly a year after they released their fifth album “Masks”, Eyes Set To Kill is hitting the road and they are coming to the capital city to shred at The Loft!
We’re not done quite pairing up with Q106 for our Summer Cover Concert Series…And this time, RATM2 might just be the icing on the cake. So come out and rock out with RATM2, a Rage Against the Machine Tribute band. You know how it goes.
Based in Ohio, West Virginia, and North Carolina, Social 66 was created with intent to write and record good hard rock songs, with loud guitars and undeniable hooks.
The Distorted Waltz is bringing it’s talents from Bay City to the Capital City! The band was formed in 2007, with influences from The Police to Soundgarden, producing an unforgettable sound for all indie lovers alike.
After completing their Safe and Sound Tour, A Crowd Like You is coming to the Mitten’s capital to rock The Loft!
Punk-folk hybrid Lucero is headed back to The Loft this September after their successful 2012 release of “Women & Work” via ATO Records. Following their songwriting talents, Lucero released their newest EP “Texas & Tennessee” in 2013.
Touring in support of their most recent release, Afraid of Heights, Los Angeles-based duo Wavves is making a stop at The Loft. Wavves blends grunge with floating symphonic pop, heightened by a indie elements.
Cincinnati six-piece Foxy Shazam is coming back to The Loft once again bringing their wildly spirited and rambunctious live show, spinning off of their newly recorded album Gonzo.
Detroit-based Electric Six is returning to The Loft with their lively dance rock tunes. The six-piece have released nine full-length albums, and will release album number ten, “Human Zoo” this October.
After selling out The Loft just last year, Los Angeles based Airborne Toxic Event is headed back to rock the stage!
Denzel Curry, a one time member of hip-hop crew Raider Klan, has developed a cult following amongst internet-savvy music lovers with his politically conscious raps laced with pop culture references. At just 18, Denzel Curry is quickly proving he’s a force to be reckoned with, especially alongside Deniro Farrar.