punctual as fuck. doors 6, social werq 630, touch 715, wood spider 8, blackbird raum 845, thou/the body collab set 945, music over at 11. tell one, tell all! we are so excited for this!!! see you all soon friends
Rainbow in the Dark will play the Trumbleplex in Detroit, MI! We will be riding a queer school bus across the country performing connecting queers together across the country! We will be filming our adventures and turning them into a feature length documentary! Come be part of the magic and fun!
Abdu Ali Eaton
Forced into Femininity
with colaborations by
SSTR aka Frannie Blew
Little Debbie aka Sergey Yashenko
A6/2GENERATOR aka Whit Forester
Gay Orphans aka Mona Wam
Cavnaw and Cavenis
junk food junkies cannot play, but instead we have Mr. Ma’am, also from chicago!
music will start at 830 with mr, then tigerlance, swimsuit addition, and my pal val last. see you soon!
Gnarled guitars, breathless rhythms, and feral vocals. Northampton, Massachusetts’ Dérive are a punk band, and they’re every bit as intense and cathartic as you’d hope. But musically, lyrically, and conceptually, there’s a lot more going on here. Dérive’s Greg Nahabedian is a composer and piano teacher with a formal music education. The band’s album “All My Demons Are Coming Loose” is structured as a two act drama, complete with intermission. And they take their name from the Situationist “technique of rapid passage through varied ambiances.” Art punk, if you will, can be a tough balancing act, but Dérive never topple into either ornate pretension or simple aggression. They walk that fine line with daring and style.
Saratoga Springs, New York’s Katie Bennett isn’t just a singer, songwriter, and guitarist; she’s also a zinester. (Her zine “Sticking Around” is carried by the wonderful Doris Distro.) And her songs are like many of your favorite zines: filled with tiny, personal observations, that add up to a huge emotional impact. Bennett is adept at crafting an accurate description from a few plain but well-chosen words. So when she says her band Free Cake For Every Creature plays “scrappy twee,” you know just what they sound like. Their music is always sweet and breezy, but never polished or polite. In short: it’s exactly what you want to hear on an aimless summer evening.
Mariachi and punk. From the moment Pancho Villa’s Skull starts playing, it’s clear this is a beautiful combination. With uplifted voice and rapidly strummed guitar, Fortino Ybarra stirs two deep pools of musical tradition, bringing all their treasures to the surface. Romance and protest, joy and rage: they mingle and shine as they fill the room. Fortino and the Trumbullplex have enjoyed a long friendship, but it’s been a while since he’s played here. So be sure and get to the show in time to welcome him back!
Wednesday, August 6
$6 suggested donation
tonight! again, Suicide Machines will be playing too. Set times 7:30 germynation, 8:15 snafu, 9 disaster strikes, 9:45 opposition rising, 10:30 hellmouth, 11:15 the suicide machines
another monday show that cannot be beat at the trumbullplex! punk hardcore poweviolence bro-falling-back Curmudgeon from Boston will be performing along with Girth (two-piece grind heavy from Ann Arbor), Minus9 (Ypsilanti two-piece space-grind), and Marrow (part cloud rat punkzpunkzpunkz!). respective listening below:
bros fall back
all ages as always
doors 7pm, music over at 11pm
$6 donation please