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Music

Music

Musical acts performing at The Flyover Fest 2017.


Dubbed "psych folk shamans" by Pitchfork, Way Yes is an experimental Columbus-based band whose sound has been compared to Animal Collective and Vampire Weekend, but is entirely singular. Their debut album, Tog Pebbles, which features eclectic pop riffs and diverse sampling was described by the Alive as "an all-consuming world of sound."

Pabst Stage | Saturday, May 13 | $8/door

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Zac Little is a singer-songwriter and the frontman of the Columbus folk-punk band Saintseneca, whose music has been praised by Pitchfork as “artfully crafted,” and as “humongous music (that’s) a vessel for even bigger ideas,” by Stereogum. The group is signed to storied punk label Epitaph’s adventurous ANTI- subsidiary, and their latest album, 2015’s “Such Things,” was named by several outlets, such as NPR, as one of the 10 best records of the year. Little, from a tiny town in southeast Ohio’s Appalachian hills, is a multi-instrumentalist known as much for his heady, metaphysical lyrics as he is for his ability to play virtually any kind of acoustic instrument, including, yes, the banjo and guitar, but also the balalaika, mandolin, dulcimer, Turkish Baglama, and floor percussion.

Alive Stage | Saturday, May 13 | All-Access Pass Required


Dirty Dishes is the music project of songwriter/guitarist/singer Jenny Tuite. Performing live as a three piece, Dirty Dishes weaves a sonic blanket of melodic dreaminess, blissed out fuzz, and hypnotic feedback, smeared with angelic sludge. Their debut album, “Guilty,” was described by Stereogum as “enduring a waking dream—it’s both a harrowing and totally beautiful experience."

Pabst Stage | Friday, May 12 | $8/door

Correy Parks is an artist who has been residing in Columbus for over 15 years. An avid preacher of passion, and that our passions are what guide us towards our true purpose and ultimately our happiness, Parks’ music has been covered by MTV and The FADER, who praised the artist for “pair[ing] self-reflective, poetic lyrics with soulful beats that have a raw, unfinished quality—which is fitting because it’s a soul-searching journey he finds himself on.”

Pabst Stage | Friday, May 12 | $8/door


Columbus based Connections consists of long-time music veterans and has released a flurry of albums in the past few years through local staple Anyway Records. They have enjoyed playing opening slots on tour dates for The Breeders and Ex-Hex, and receive rave reviews from the likes of Pitchfork, Stereogum, and The Onion A.V. Club. A forthcoming album is due out in 2017.

Pabst Stage | Saturday, May 13 | $8/door


Vada Azeem is a rapper and illustrator from Columbus, Ohio. His unique style, both visually and musically, embodies the meaning of versatility. He has shared the stage with artist such as Nas, Jay Electronica, and Kendrick Lamar to name a few.

Pabst Stage | Saturday, May 13 | $8/door

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Dominique Larue is a hip-hop artist from the Northside of Columbus, whose albums include From Ohio With Love, GRAND (with Maja7th), Almost There, and the forthcoming Help Me, I’m Poor. She was part of the rap supergroup, Heresy, and has had her music placed on VH1, Comedy Central, MTV, and HBO, amongst others, as well as included in the motion picture, The Challenger.

Pabst Stage | Saturday, May 13 | $8/door


Leggy is a trio from Cincinnati, Ohio known for the dark, dreamy, and flirtatious nature of their unique punk music. Based on the strength of the self released eps online and performances at 2016 SXSW, George Damnably, head of Damnably Records, offered to re-release the songs in a singular cohesive album “Leggy.” The album came out in May 2016 and Leggy spent most of the year on tour supporting it, including US jaunts with Alice Bag, T-rextasy, and a European tour with Shonen Knife. Leggy are currently gearing up to record a new record, slated for release later this year.

Pabst Stage | Friday, May 12 | $8/door


WV White's album House of the Spiritual Athletes, just released from Anyway Records, was recently spotlighted by NPR's "Songs We Love" series, who earmarked the album as "a band hone[d] in on its sound for the foreseeable future." With their raspy lo-fi songs rooted in Midwestern isolation, according to Bearded Magazine WV White "masterfully flaunts conventional senses of harmony."

Pabst Stage | Friday, May 12 | $8/door

Cloud Cover is multi-instrumentalist Jenny Tuite of Dirty Dishes. Featuring sparse instrumentation, droning tape experiments, ambient passages, and electronic manipulation, coupled with Tuite's ability to create eerie hypnotic moods through sound. The dark intensity of her work is offset by its warmness; Tuite's ghostly voice a melodic chant over delicately picked guitars.

Jeni's Splendid Indie Book & Music Fair | Saturday, May 13 | FREE


Dolfish is the moniker of Cleveland native Max Sollisch. Armed with only a plywood Sears guitar and a tired sedan, Sollisch criss-crosses the country telling stories, singing songs. After seeing Dolfish perform in his local Des Moines dive, Bob Nastanovich of legendary indie-rock band Pavement took Solisch on a UK tour in April 2013, where he began expanding his fan base overseas. Dolfish’s music has been featured in Stereogum, Paste, SPIN, The New York Times, Timeout London, and Daytrotter, drawing comparisons to Neil Young, Billy Bragg, The Mountain Goats, and Daniel Johston.

Alive Stage | Saturday, May 13 | All-Access Pass Required

Tyler Verhagen is the singer, songwriter of Ohio’s Emily & the Complexes. The project began as a solo outlet while he was hitchhiking the U.S. playing music on the road. Verhagen’s songs have been featured on Daytrotter, Nervous Energies, Paste, and American Songwriter. Splitting time between Cincinnati and Columbus, the band has toured coast to coast and performed at major festivals including Bunbury, Brite Winter, and 35 Denton.

Alive Stage | Saturday, May 13 | All-Access Pass Required