>>RSVP This show is 18 +
DIY Birmingham is providing Halloween festivities with cover sets of your old favorites by Birmingham's finest musicians. It's a costume party! Dress up and get a discount at the door. Ghouls with the creepiest costumes get prizes, in addition to a hand painted, horrid trophy.
Featured music will include tributes to:
Roky Erickson and The Aliens
Performances include contributions from erthling. D-Gut, Droves, Fake Tyrants, Null, Burning Moon, Steel City Crime, and Fauxdeep
a gig for the ages (all of them) | Baltimore folk-rock + local sing-along power pop + new semi-local dream-pop ♥
$7 (cash or card) / doors at 7:30, show at 8 / all ages
A surprise extra concert at MAKEbhm this month! Come welcome our guests from Philly and support two Bham acts each with new albums this year.
Church Girls: indie / post-punk from Philadelphia, PA.
"Sparkling indie rock that surrounds lithe vocal melodies with wreaths of guitar." -- Bandcamp New & Notable
Bitter Calm: slowcore / chamber rock from Birmingham, AL.
Listen to their new album Good Grief:
Bleaker: grunge/pop/rock from Birmingham, AL.
Listen to their mini LP Stargazer:
Doors 7pm, show 7:30pm.
$7, cash or card
>>RSVP This event is 18+
Earth Libraries Presents: Bitter Calm "Good Grief" LP Release at Saturn
Bitter Calm will be releasing their debut LP, Good Grief, at Saturn on August 18th. They will be joined by local sweethearts Timber and Headcase under the warm and loving glow of the parachute.
Doors at 6pm / Show at 7pm
>>RSVP This show is all ages!
"Radiator Hospital is a DIY pop band, just trying to stay alive through the power of song and dance."
"Ultimately, these songs document Cara Beth Satalino finding herself through the creation of her own esoteric world of pop songs. Like looking into a gazing globe, there’s never a perfectly clear mirror image, but if you gaze into the murky reflection long enough, you might catch a glimpse of your indelible core." - Western Vinyl
"Bitter Calm is what comes next, with the help of violinist Meg Ford, members from Velouria, a box full of video tapes, and a hand-me-down watch that doesn’t tell the time. They write loud, slow songs about love and death, and they’ve never had so much fun."
Tamara Dean Harper
doors at 7, show at 8pm / all ages / $8 (cash or card)