Posts Tagged ‘house show’

move your winter bones

Yoga @6pm
Stretch your winter bones with Kristin Anderson

Potluck @7pm
bring what ya like plus a little extra to share (if you feel so inclined)

Music @8pm
Whales Whailing
Binary marketing show

w/visuals by Kiri Hargie

we hopped on a bill 9/23

planning for burial

Simultaneously straddling the line between being completely nostalgic and futurist sounding, this product of a single wunderkind takes healthy obsessions with certain influences and filters them through a droning, gloomy spyglass that evokes only the most concrete blues (the emotion not the music) this side of the gray waters of the Atlantic. While Planning For Burial gets lumped in with the whole wave of bedroom recording artists (which is where the project toiled for years until Leaving finally was released), the mastermind behind the project sets himself apart from his peers due in no small part to his background in sound engineering and the drive to play live, giving a completely different aspect of the music.

The live side of the Planning For Burial coin has a split personality where the audience is never sure what they are going to get; the loud version is a droning and noise-y wall of sound while the quiet version is soft and pretty.

Desert of Hiatus

Kevin Gwozdz born in San Francisco now residing in Portland, OR.
Influenced by Brian Eno, Aix Em Klemm, Windy and Carl, Stars of the Lid, Tim Hecker, ect…

Self Shadowing Prey

Binary marketing show


Come early and see all of the bands. Respect the neighbors. Entry to the show is five dollars.


meah! & mikie




daniel craig



Lushes (NYC)

“Immaculately produced. . . a slippery, pseudo-orchestral work of minimal instrumentation employed to maximum effect.”
Dots and Dashes (UK)

MEAH! (Chicago)

“Taking clear inspiration from lo-fi king Robert Pollard, as well as the metal-inflected drone riffs of bands like Earth, Meah! is even able to break out of these genre subdivisions by spiking their scratchy instrumentation with strategically placed, shrill cries of what could either be jubilation or horror.”
The Chicago Maroon

The binary marketing show ( Little Rock)

“the soundscapes make way to an interstellar-like feel with a modern, digitized sound. The two collaborate and create an electro-pop song in a light-hearted approach. Through expressive lyrics and a steady, simple beat, with a background of whirs and loops, The Binary Marketing Show demonstrate a beautiful texture and well-layered harmonies.”
Already Dead Tapes

Chi Town! we missed you