Columbus Concert Roundup – Weekend of Oct 12th-13th
Featured Pick: Mister Moon supports Mo Lowda and the Humble at A&R Music Bar
Mister Moon is a groovy quartet mixing synth, percussion, and at times croon-y vocals resulting in a concoction that is simultaneously dreamy and whimsical. The presence of a second drum kit isn’t redundant. Rather, it allows the band a pathway to be more visually engaging live, as well as create mixes of sounds not possible with one drummer. “Cost Effective” is a stellar single, and this makes me wish they would have had a chance to support MUTEMATH on tour. Hopefully, Darren King or Sucre spot this talent someday.
Mister Moon will serve as a fitting complement to the also grooving, whimsical Mo Lowda and the Humble. Doors open at 7PM. The show is all ages.
Pick: 90’s Kids with Telehope, Golds and Something Else at Big Room Bar.
The fresh-faced rising pop collective 90’s Kids make their headline debut at the famed Big Room Bar, with a side of alt-rock on an indie-pop heavy showcase. 7PM show. All ages!
Pick: Festival For Good – Franklinton, centered around Land Grant Brewing and BrewDog USA
Get your groove on with a lineup that is essentially a who’s who of vibey Columbus rock music. Brujas Del Sol is releasing an LP soon, and Ghost Soul Trio may be one of the most underrated bands in Columbus.