Art punk legends Pere Ubu play Detroit Friday — twice!

June 16, 2016 - Picnic Time

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Pere Ubu was creatively recognised as a supergroup of a 1970s Cleveland subterraneous that would make a singular or dual and call it a day. Forty years later, they’re still going, creation some of a many consistently engaging and astonishing sounds we can find.

On their stream “Coed Jail!” tour, they guarantee to play “tracks from a entrance manuscript Modern Dance through to their a scariest manuscript ever recorded, New Picnic Time, played in a fast-moving hour-and-a-half prolonged set.” 

The art stone legends will play not only one, though dual shows in Detroit on Friday: A brief set during Third Man during 4 p.m., and a longer set during Marble Bar during 9 p.m. They guarantee to play opposite songs during any show. 

Here’s a video from a few months ago of Ubu personification their 1976 strain “Final Solution.” 


And here is their opening from “Urgh! A Music War.”

And if we are unfamiliar, we rarely suggest we listen to their initial dual annals ASAP:

 

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