Thursday, September 25, 2014
This Saturday, Sept. 27, A.D.D. Fest returns to The Mr. Roboto Project. The night is jam-packed with ten excellent reps from Pittsburgh’s music scene, including: Margo Van Hoy, a graceful mood singer with soft sounds; Ouais (French for “yeah”), an indie punk group; and Roulette Waves, a grungy rock group with a tight sound. The genres span from soft pop to punk, so there’s a little something for everyone.
A.D.D. Fest prides itself on presenting the ten performers with the challenge of playing a ten-minute set. Because the event only allows bands to participate once, you’ll be sure to hear some newcomers. It’s a tasting of new Pittsburgh sounds. There will also be (you guessed it: ten) raffle prizes donated by Pittsburgh artists and businesses. This year features donations from Constellation Coffee, Artists & Craftsman Supply, Love Bikes, artist Katelyn Gould and others. It’s only $5 to get in, so don’t miss out.