Randy Chabot and Nick George along with Bill Corrigan - altogether an assiduous trio of preservationists for noisy/no-wave/psychedelic/punk-and-overall-left-field-experimentalism - are now galvanizing the Bakery Loft (above the Mexicantown Bakery) with their sense-stretching musical revues. 4304 Vernor - in Detroit.
Their latest is Saturday, Feb 26th - and it features "insane heavy psych and free jazz" from the likes of Kenny Millions (a Cass Tech grad and "prolific lunatic" whose been spreading his raucous ruminations down in Miami and has recently performed with notables like Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Philip Glass and many more). Come see and hear what JAZZIZ Magazine called "some of the most exciting and vital music performance art you're likely to hear..."
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Joining in on this Bakery Freak Out is Rat Bastard, founder of renowned noise group Laundry Room Squelchers and a commendable accelerator of the "chaotic performance art," (as noted by VICE Magazine).
Also: Pengo is "a three headed avant/drone/noise/psych hydra" + local minimalist free jazz trio Cardboard Sax featuring members of Uneven Universe, Wolf Eyes, and Haunted Castle. Knox Mitchell's Precious Trombley also supports - and Bill Corrigan spins his curiosities in between it all.