The Bishop

  • 123 S. Walnut St.
  • Bloomington, IN 47404
  • (812) 333-4700

Craft beers, spirits, great music, and no cover all week!

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Turtlenecked & Cool American with Spacer

  • July 2, 2017

Turtlenecked https://turtlenecked.bandcamp.com With Vulture, Turtlenecked's Harrison Smith has created a beautiful art punk album that envelops listeners in a world of manic romanticism. The first track, “ Boys Club,” the apogee of Vulture, begins with delicate harp and... Learn more

Floating Teeth / Lindsy / Jacky Boy

  • July 3, 2017

FLOATING TEETH A three piece all the way from Denver, Colorado bringing some emo indie musical realness to Bloomington https://floatingteeth.bandcamp.com/ LINDSY Local Bloomington psych pop band servin up something good https://soundcloud.com/strawberry-potion br... Learn more

Oh Pep! with Spissy

  • July 9, 2017

The sometimes foot-stomping, somewhat heart-breaking, multiawardwinning Melbourne duo, Oh Pep! comprise of Olivia 'Liv' Hally and Pepita 'Pep' Emmerichs. Their new EPLiving is out now through Star House Collective. Oh Pep! are currently in the middle of a North American tour that... Learn more

Sleeping Bag / Fresh Kill / Cliffs

  • July 13, 2017

Sleeping Bag's got a new album out soon and they would like to hype it up. Fresh new local act Fresh Kill shall join them. A rockin' Columbus, OH band called Cliffs will play as well. Learn more

Ultimate Painting with Spissy and Daguereotype

  • July 24, 2017

Ultimate Painting, the duo of Jack Cooper and James Hoare, is pleased to announce the release of their new album, Dusk, on September 30th, 2016 via Trouble In Mind. Recorded to tape by James in his East London flat and home studio, Dusk is the third album from the London-based duo, a ten song set... Learn more

Omni with Kevin Krauter & Peter Oren

  • August 8, 2017

Omni – the band, not the hotel – are from the former home of the Braves: Atlanta. Playing lo-fi pop that channels the specter of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, Omni brings you back to an era where any sane person was reeling from the unfulfilled promise of the Space Age and Age of... Learn more