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Groupthink and Godly the Ruler

Music
Friday, February 3
7 - 11 pm
Memorial Union | Der Rathskeller
Cost: Free
Join WUD Music for a coheadlined show with Groupthink and Godly the Ruler!

Groupthink: Groupthink, is a Chicago-grown LA-based alt-pop act that makes guilty pleasure music to play loud and on repeat. Returning the feeling of early 2000’s acts like Daft Punk (RIP) and MGMT, and employing a range of vocal styles, Groupthink makes music that is simply infectious. Each song contains a world for fans to explore and relish, each song is a video, is a creative marketing idea, is a shirt, is a chance to fall in love.

Godly the Ruler: Influenced by artists like Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Hurt Everybody, and Mick Jenkins, their first releases focused on R&B and barebones hip hop. Equally inspired by midwestern emo as Jean Dawson, Paris Texas and Junior Varsity, all part of a new generation of artists who flip genre on its head, there’s something both raw and tactile about the shapeshifting sonic palette shows Godly at a crossroads of reinvention: as both a musician and with themself.

Groupthink: Groupthink, is a Chicago-grown LA-based alt-pop act that makes guilty pleasure music to play loud and on repeat. Returning the feeling of early 2000’s acts like Daft Punk (RIP) and MGMT, and employing a range of vocal styles, Groupthink makes music that is simply infectious. Each song contains a world for fans to explore and relish, each song is a video, is a creative marketing idea, is a shirt, is a chance to fall in love.

Godly the Ruler: Influenced by artists like Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Hurt Everybody, and Mick Jenkins, their first releases focused on R&B and barebones hip hop. Equally inspired by midwestern emo as Jean Dawson, Paris Texas and Junior Varsity, all part of a new generation of artists who flip genre on its head, there’s something both raw and tactile about the shapeshifting sonic palette shows Godly at a crossroads of reinvention: as both a musician and with themself.

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