Thursday, April 26, 2018

Blakdog Plays Trixie's This Weekend with LNSP and Fizzbang

This Saturday night you have a chance to check out three acts that people have been raving about! Blakdog, LNSP, and Fizzbang will be playing at Trixie's in Hamtramck. In case you aren't familiar with these three acts, here's a little background on each to bring you up to speed.

Blakdog is a four piece garage rock band featuring Steven Putnam on Guitar and Vocals, Brent Szczygielski also on Guitar, Josh Lewis on Bass, and Andrew Maslowsky on Drums. The band has three releases available on their bandcamp, with their most recent being a single that was released last year. The song is called "Witch Fuzz" and the B side is called "Heavy Dreams". You can give both a listen below. Blakdog hasn't been playing a ton of shows lately and they have some new songs to play for you this weekend. So that sounds like two great reasons to head out Saturday night!

LNSP is a band that we first heard about before this year's Hamtramck Music Fest. We had the pleasure of chatting with them on our podcast before the fest. This band is a little newer to the scene, but they're making a name for themselves quickly. LNSP is fronted by Margaret O'Sullivan with Chris Zehnphennig on Keys, David Thoel on Drums, and Kyle Dluge on Guitar. Check out their latest release "Live at Studio J" to get a feel for this band's sound.

Last but not least is Fizzbang. This is a band that we haven't had the pleasure of seeing live yet, but we have heard that they're awesome. You may have seen them perform at the kickoff for the HMF this year at Ant Hall. They classify themselves as "Dancey Basement Blues Rock with Punch". Their self-titled full length was released last year. Give it a listen below.

Cover to see these three great bands live is only $6. You also have a chance to get in the door for free for this one! We are getting two pairs of people in to this show free of charge. To enter, send your name to with #trixies in the subject line. We will draw two lucky winners on Saturday morning and they will each get in the door that night with a friend for free.

Doors are set to open at 8 on Saturday and the music will start at 9. 21+ are welcome.


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