University students to host Music Intervention Jam

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor

For those seeking a music excursion in the surrounding community, a group of university students are scheduled to host The Music Intervention Jam on May 4 in Woodbridge, Conn.

The lineup spotlights four rising artists. Aim Vision, from right in state, dives himself into the indie alt-rock scene, with a discography that has amassed over 4 million streams across all platforms.

Tre Breezy, another artist grown right inside of Connecticut, is known for his synthesis of pop, rap and R&B genres. He is a student from the University of Connecticut making his way over to Woodbridge to perform a lineup that leans into the rap scene more heavily.

Carl! from Massachusetts, has thrown himself into the indie/pop scene in recent months, and will bring a sense of divergence from “mainstream expectations” through writing that is recurrently described as “experimental.”

Michael The Son has based himself out of New Haven, and manages all stages of his musical production in a personal setting. He will go to The Music Intervention Jam with a mission to spread motifs of authenticity and self-belief.

For university students, admission is just $15, with GA at $20 and livestream access at $10. All proceeds for the event are set to go to Musical Intervention studios, in conjunction with the NPO based outside of New Haven.

Musical Intervention’s vision surrounds the image of “a world in which people are empowered to use their creativity and self expression to better their lives and the lives of others.”

For those seeking to support this organization’s mission along with the efforts of other local artists, doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m. at 10 Selden St., Woodbridge, Conn.

For more information, visit @themusicinterventionjam on Instagram, or email [email protected]. For ticket purchases, visit https://10selden.ticketleap.com/the-using-intervention-jam/.