Tomorrow the Moon, Handcuffs, Heeby Jeebies, Samson the Aviator
|Date & Time:||Sat, 10/07/2017 - 8:00pm - Sun, 10/08/2017 - 12:00am|
|Ticket Price:||$10.00 adv. $12.00 door 21+|
TOMORROW THE MOON is the inevitable collision between the Prog and the Punk. The Chicago band is occupied by characters who have worked with artists such as John Cale, Tommy Keene, Plush, Michael McDermott, The Most Dangerous Race, and probably your cousin out in LA. Their terse flare-ups are soon to be released digitally. Meanwhile, there are 2 free downloads at http://tomorrowthemoon.bandcamp.com/
Led by acclaimed drummer Brad Elvis and vocalist/rhythm guitarist Chloe F. Orwell, Chicago's The Handcuffs explore broad sonic territory while believing in the power of a great radio hook. The Handcuffs inhabit some of the same musical domain as T-Rex, Spiders from Mars Era Bowie, Franz Ferdinand and early Blondie - all filtered through a modern lens - and deliver bold, sexy songs with memorable melodies and unexpected twists. Known as much for their dynamic live shows as for being prolific writers and producers, their songs have been featured in dozens of films and television shows. The band has released three full-length albums and is currently working on the fourth. They recently released a special International Cassette Store Day album called "All the Way from Chicago," featuring a "best of" style, remastered sampling of their modern garage-glam songs, plus a never-before released nod to one of their influences, Mott the Hoople. "The Handcuffs are one of the few bands capable of effectively combining the spontaneity and musicianship of glam/punk with the urgency and rough-edged sound of garage rock," says Jersey Beat's Phil Rainone. “There's a sexy, swaggering street vibe throughout,” added Musoscribe's Bill Kopp. And the Chicago Sun-Times exclaims that The Handcuffs are simply "effervescent." Completing The Handcuffs powerhouse lineup are bassist Emily Togni, lead guitarist Susie Q. Winn and keyboardist Alison Hinderliter.
AMAZING HEEBY JEEBIES members have got fired, arrested, incarcerated, shot, killed & resurrected. They're the worst of the worst & will scare you out of your pants. Fans are convinced if (The Cramps) Poison Ivy & Lux Interior had a twisted hipshakin' love child, it would be Ary. The Jeebies also invoke The Gun Club, Roky Erickson, Esquerita, The Sonics & The Blasters In their gritty roadside garagabilly terror drawing on 50's boogie to 60's garage horror punk deep from the underworld of moody psychotic rock n roll!
Grunge and Funk had a love child. And it took flight as Samson The Aviator. Raised on the stages of some of the country's best rock venues, Chicago-based Samson The Aviator produces powerful sound that propels dynamic but focused original songwriting and an energetic on-stage presence. Over the course of two decades, Samson The Aviator, under a few different names and with some minor line-up changes, has consistently delivered its uniquely powerful, funky take on indie rock. The band has played at some of the best rock venues in the US, centered mainly in the dynamic music scene of Chicago, Illinois. The group has performed live on air, before audiences numbering in the tens and the thousands, and in some of the most storied recording studios. John - Guitar, Vocals; Nancy - Drums, Percussion; Pepper - Lead Vocals; Bone - Bass, Keyboards.
|Address:||3855 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL|