Michigander

Michigander

Seasaw

Sun. April 22, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:45 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

$3 under 21 surcharge collected at the door.

Michigander
Michigander
An underdog dream from an underdog state. The product of restless feet and the need to say something.

Michigander has been the toil and passion of Jason Singer since 2013. It's being built in basements and churches and vans without mufflers. It's living on stages, floors, and in studios—sounding big and packing light.

Jason has played shows with artists like Tokyo Police Club, JR JR, Kevin Garrett, and Ra Ra Riot. He's recorded sessions with Daytrotter, SoFar and Real Feels. All while the band is still in its infancy.

As Jason continues to write and perform around the country, a debut record is in the works and will be released in 2017. So keep your eyes and ears pointed toward the Great Lakes State. Beautiful things are being built there.

MICHIGANDER IS A TOPIC OF CONVERSATION.

"You look for a certain confidence and honesty, and this music has it." - Tobias Jesso Jr.

"A storyteller with, killer hooks and structure."
- Leo Bautista (Rival Summers)
Seasaw
Seasaw
Meg Golz and Eve Wilczewski started as co-workers, slowly courted each other into best friendship, and then magically into music-making conspirators - all along, guiding the ship that is their indie-pop duo Seasaw. Based in Madison, WI, Seasaw combines lush soundscapes and intricate harmonies to create their unique and powerful sound.

Seasaw has performed alongside Lucius, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, Shakey Graves and many others. Their upcoming album will be released on September 7, 2018.
Keeping their folk roots in the back of their mind, the eleven songs on Seasaw's newest album “Too Much of a Good Thing” venture head-first into the pop and indie-rock realm. The duo has transformed into a combination of commanding instrumentation, intricate harmonies, and refreshing wit that is uniquely Seasaw. Using the metaphor of a sunburn, reflected in the album artwork painted by Laura Collins, “Too Much of a Good Thing” is an exploration of metamorphosis - each song a new stage, insight, and conversation about the shared experience of any relationship. The album listens much like a mix-tape; all of the songs complimenting one another while elaborating further on the thesis of change. As a listener, you relate to the peaks and valleys of human interaction; the elation (suntan), the pain (sunburn), and finally, an acceptance (new skin).

Seasaw has had the honor of performing alongside: Lucius, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Lissie, Paleface, Run River North, You Won't, Caroline Smith, Sonntag (formerly of Phox), We Are The Willows and many others.
Venue Information:
The Frequency
121 W. Main Street
Madison, WI, 53703
http://madisonfrequency.com/