Saturday Looks Good to Me, Wild Moccasins, Love of Everything Early Warnings (Music) Member Picks Recommended Soundboard

When: Thu., May 10, 9 p.m. 2012

Fred Thomas has a peripatetic streak—he's been based in Ann Arbor, Brooklyn, and Portland, among other places—and it extends into his music making. I've lost count of the bands he's played in since I've known him, but they include everything from posthardcore to indie-pop; he even put in a stint with long-running Michigan weird-rock concern His Name Is Alive. Lately he's made the pleasantly surprising decision to revive his project Saturday Looks Good to Me, which combines soulful 60s pop, cheerfully naive C86 twee, and eccentric home-recording techniques in a way that makes people who like those three things bliss out big time. Polyvinyl reissued the group's 2003 album All Your Summer Songs for this year's Record Store Day, and Thomas is at work on the first new SLGTM album since 2007's Fill Up the Room. —Miles Raymer Wild Moccasins and Love of Everything open.

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