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Musical acts performing at The Flyover Fest 2018.

Music events will take place at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Ace of Cups, and Spacebar.


Milo is one of the many vehicles of Rory Ferreira. His latest album, "sovereign nose of (y)our face," is a "middle finger flipped in the direction of any remaining doubters," according to Pitchfork. Milo's 2017 breakthrough "WhoToldYouToThink??!!?!?!?!," likewise drew praise from Pitchfork, Stereogum, Rolling Stone, and Vulture, who credits the artist with "building an indie rap empire."

Wexner Center for the Arts | Saturday, May 12 | 7:30pm


Mothers began in 2013 as the solo project of Athens, Georgia-based visual artist Kristine Leschper while she studied printmaking at the Lamar Dodd School of Art. Now a quartet, their debut album 'When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired,' released via Grand Jury Music and Wichita Recordings, has earned the young band high praise from the press, including from NPR Music ('First Listen'), The New York Times, Pitchfork, The Guardian, NME ('Radar'), and Q Magazine, among many others, while the band themselves have been included on numerous ‘Musicians to know’ lists for 2016 including from Stereogum, Vulture, Spotify, Paper Magazine and others. Comprised of eight original songs  the majority of which were written while Leschper was finishing art school in early 2014 — Mothers’ debut LP is an introduction to the foundations of the young band, a snapshot of a particular period of their genesis that maps both where they began and where they are heading.

Ace of Cups | Friday, May 11 | 8:30pm

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Open Mike Eagle is a hip-hop artist originally from Chicago, currently living in Los Angeles, whose work has been praised by Pitchfork, NPR, Vice, and Impose Magazine, who named him “rapper of the year” in 2013.

Spacebar | Saturday, May 12 | 9:30pm


Nnamdi Ogbonnaya is a multi-instrumentalist composer, producer, and performer. His musical identity was forged in the DIY community of Chicago. Relentless participation in numerous musical projects bridged genres and created inroads between scenes. Near constant activity quickly made him a locus of gravity in the community. Constant participation quickly opened channels to a broad cross-section of the arts world. Nnamdi has toured the USA, Mexico, Europe, and Canada with projects ranging from punk to jazz. A full accounting of his musical activity over the last eight years includes approximately 15 bands and dozens of tours. All the while, Nnamdi has not only released a stream of records and EPs under his name and the ironic moniker “Nnamdi’s Sooper Dooper Secret Side Project”, but also runs his own label called SOOPER Records.

His solo styling combines hip-hop, experimental rock, gospel, and jazz. His songs can often contain a sense of satire that is just as humorous as it is critical. Nnamdi’s lyrical insights draw on the diversity of his cultural experience as a Black, Jewish, first generation Nigerian-American. His work is characterized by the coupling of sophisticated compositional structures with pop-music motifs. Nnamdi’s latest record DROOL is his most mature and accessible work to date.

Spacebar | Friday, May 11 | 9pm

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Counterfeit Madison is the musical manifestation of Columbus, Ohio residents Sharon Udoh, Adam Hardy, and Seth Daily.

Counterfeit Madison recently released their second full-length, Opposable Thumbs, on Anyway Records to warm and exciting reviews in Columbus Alive, 614, Stereogum, MXDWN, and Afropunk in November 2017. The album includes wild and reckless moments resembling demonic deliverances, poignant songwriting, and even tender ballads, seemingly abandoning genre altogether. Their live presentation is no different—it truly is magnetic, raucous, and unforgettable.

Ace of Cups | Friday, May 12 | 8:30pm


Yowler is Maryn Jones of All Dogs’ solo project. A review of Yowler’s debut album,
The Offer, was praised by Pitchfork, saying that “Maryn Jones uses her guitar and voice
to create something more complex than it first appears. Her deep, sad songs don’t feel
restricted to a single person, and when synthesizers, drums, or extra voices seep in,
they show up as naturally as weather.”

Two Dollar Radio HQ | Thursday, May 10 | 7:30pm

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Combining the sounds of ‘80s alternative, ‘90s grunge and ‘00s pop, Daddy Issues tackle the difficulties of friendship, heartbreak, mental health, sexual assault and a number of other issues that come with the package of youth in the modern world.

In the summer of 2015, Daddy Issues signed to Infinity Cat, releasing a 7” split with Louisville band White Reaper later that year. Their full-length vinyl debut Deep Dream is due out 5/19 via Infinity Cat Recordings.

Spacebar | Friday, May 11 | 9pm


Ohio-born and bred, Sarob is known for his ability to write verses with a poetic punch and deliver them with an equally potent proficiency. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Maxwell, Common, D'Angelo, and Frank Ocean, Sarob embodies the skill of a legendary MC meshed with the freshness of a neo-soul musician exploring new styles and sounds. All in all, Sarob brings an inviting style and charisma to the stage, a competency in different talents and a fearlessness to display them (rapping, singing, and keyboard-playing).

Spacebar | Saturday, May 12 | 9:30pm


Smut is noise pop for the people. Marrying all of the good parts of all of the good genres the band has mastered their craft. Guitarists Andrew Min and Sam Ruschman bring tastefully fuzzed out and distorted riffs to the table; held up by the unmistakably solid rhythmic framework laid down by bassist Bell Cenower and drummer Chris Campbell; and at the forefront of it all, is vocalist Tay Roebuck. At times commanding and peremptory, there are other moments where the power of her voice is matched by the rest of the band. Within that control is a distinct effortlessness and this sets her apart while simultaneously fashioning the band’s purist shoegaze identity.

Spacebar | Friday, May 11 | 9pm


Jacoti Sommes is a prolific Ohioan multi-instrumentalist, composer and hardware maestro well known in his native Columbus, for captivating performances with his performance art group Hug’s and Kisses. Sommes aims to use his stream of consciousness while manipulating frequencies and drum machines in live time, effectively demanding the audiences body movement and attention with sheer class. “Plebiscite” is the new single released in summer 2017 exploring intricate drum programming, lush melodies, and sparkling arrangements.

Wexner Center for the Arts | Saturday, May 12 | 7:30pm

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Van Dale is a three-piece band composed of members Joe Camerlengo, Lisa Brokaw, and Tim Horak. Collectively, they are just trying to make it through the day.

Spacebar | Friday, May 11 | 9pm

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Heavier than your standard indie-folk fare, the dark vantage point of reality that twists through Steven King’s songs can only come from someone who lives every day a decade ahead of his time. But it's the way he captures these experiences, wrangling them into hook-laden, sharp-toothed blasts, accompanied by intimate, melodic vocals that are really deserving of your attention. Currently based in Columbus, Ohio, Steven has recently assembled a gang of master maestros and crooners who make up his 5-piece backing band. Together, the misfit orchestra shines brightly in the limelight, and give new breath to King’s already dynamic and powerful compositions.

Ace of Cups | Friday, May 11 | 8:30pm