Who’s ready for March madness? Time to dust off those corny short shorts and your Chuck Taylor high tops. Grab that red, white, and blue Harlem Globetrotter ball you’ve got hidden in the closet, and get in the game! The musical game, that is. We’ve got a super cool variety of performers coming this month, and there is definitely a little something for everyone.

Starting off with a bang, on March 11 we have Brooklyn band Maneka making a stop on their way to play SXSW. Former Speedy Ortiz guitarist Devin McKnight will be bringing the full court press, along with Steve Hartlett and local openers Pool Kids and Slowly.

On March 23 we’ve got Atlanta experimental artist Bill Pritchard (aka Amplituba) bringing his tuba and various effects to make some sounds that you’ve probably never heard before.

Then, on March 30, we are having another one of our awesome acoustic Campfire Stories shows. We invite great songwriters to come share their music, and this particular show is going to be special. We are excited to welcome Pat Puckett and Brett Richter to our intimate listening room.

We hope to see your smiling faces at a show. But wait, there’s more! The live room isn’t the only side of the factory where the action is. We have also been busy on the studio side, finishing up albums from local bands Viper Pilot, Big Blue, and MRKOS. Miami hip hop duo Panther Party Pop has also recorded a couple of hot singles. Speaking of heat, Tallahassee band the Bad Verbs have definitely been bringing it. Consider this information an insider tip.