- Sound Series: Pittsburgh Garage Pop Review
- Friday, Mar 18th 12:00am
- The Andy Warhol Museum
117 Sandusky Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15212, United States
How rad does this look? The Warhol. Garage-pop. Revue-style. Motown. Velvet curtains. Ah! What a fresh and hip idea, Warhol. There are also rumors of go-go dancers. HOT! This event will be hosted by WTFN radio personality Allen Skeeze for what is sure to be an evening packed with old-school fun. Each band will perform sets in short bursts, which is great for those like myself with self-diagnosed adult ADD. I’d suggest getting your tix in advance – MOIP is quite the hot ticket these days. See ya there!
Meeting of Important People
The Host Band for the evening, MOIP returns to the Warhol following their sold-out summertime EP release show for their latest disc, “Quit Music!” The well-known Pittsburgh three-piece garage-pop band keeps the loud parts loud, the pretty parts pretty, and will be featuring new numbers from their forthcoming 2nd full-length album.
Neighbors plays pop- and soul-infused rock music. The Pittsburgh four-piece draws from influences ranging from ’60s Motown material to ’90s power pop.
Veterans of some of Pittsburgh’s most legendary soul-inspired groups, New Shouts come to bring you tunes drenched in a Phil Spector-esque big reverb and then hung out to dry in the summer sun.
More deets here.