WRUW 91.1 FM has announced the lineup of local and regional bands who will join headliners Mission of Burma for the 28th annual Studio-A-Rama, taking place Saturday, September 5, in the Mather Courtyard at Ford and Bellflower on the Case Western Reserve Campus.
The free show kicks off at 2 p.m. with the noisy, meandering experimentalism of Chief Bromide, followed by slapdash garage-punks Neon Tongues (3 p.m.), psychedelic goth-rockers Flowers in Flames (4 p.m.), Uno Lady’s solo voice manipulations (5 p.m.), catchy indie pop from Columbus’ the Kyle Sowashes (6 p.m.), rock ’n’ rollers Mike St. Jude and the Valentines (7 p.m.), raw Nirvana-style pop-rock trio Kid Tested (8 p.m.) and Megachurch, whose music features two bass players, a drummer, tape loops and sound bites (9 p.m.).
Mission of Burma are slotted from 10 p.m.-midnight. The entire show will be simulcast on WRUW. —Anastasia Pantsios
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