IF YOU haven’t noticed from the rest of our College Issue: school’s back in session! Some of you may be dragged back to class kicking and screaming—but let’s see those moves out on the dance floor first for AJ DAVILA Y Terror Amor, The Gumps, and Miquel Moure first.
Puerto Rican artist AJ DAVILA (formerly group Davila 666) plays kickass garage/pop/punk. While it’s hard to say how many indie garage nerds watch the Super Bowl, you may have heard his music used in The North Face and Taco Bell’s commercials during the big game in 2013. Allegedly, the show is ridiculous—mythical creatures, cook-offs, and silly dances abound, all in the spirit of creating one big, raucous dance party.
Savannah’s The Gumps make super-fun “fraggle punk”—have a listen to their Soundcloudand trust that it’s the finest descriptor of their scrappy, borderline folk-punk, tongue-in-cheek sounds.
Miquel Moure is a newer Savannah band comprised of Isaac Jon Enen, Joe Kapcin, Justin Barrs, and Ben Felker; the quartet’s been gigging out a good bit, performing their melodic, swinging indie rock.
Costumes are highly encouraged—channel your favorite teen movie character, from Cher Horowitz to Ferris Bueller, and get ready to dance the night away. You might even see your character on the wall, as Dollhouse will be projecting movies and serving snacks!
Thursday, September 10, 9 p.m., $5 advanced, $10 at the door, $7 with costume