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Aaron Behrens is the lead singer of Ghostland Observatory. Aaron Behrens and The Midnight Stroll is his current form of musical expression. All of his songs were harvested from the fabric of his soul. Elements of rock and roll, rhythm and blues and so much more can be found in the rich soils of his fresh well crafted sound.
On Saturday, September 20th, Schubas will host our fourth annual Pig, Swig & Record Dig. Browse a massive selection of new and vintage CDs & LPs from Chicago’s most trusted record labels and stores, while enjoying the smell of crackling pork skin from the suckling pig roasting outside and drinking discounted beverages from Revolution Brewing.
"Cans For A Can" Drive: Bring in some canned goods for Lakeview Pantry and your first Revolution beer is on us!
All raffle proceeds will also go to Lakeview Pantry.
+ Revolution Anti-Hero IPA Draft $2
+ Revolution Oktoberfest Can $2
+ Revolution Bottom Up Wit Can $2
+ BBQ Pulled Pork Plate (w/ Corn, Baked Beans, Cornbread) $10
+ Pulled Pork Sandwich (w/ Cole Slaw) $7
+ Vegan Black Bean & Quinoa Burger (w/ Cole Slaw) $8
+ Veggie Chili $6
Current participating vendors include:
- Reckless Records
- Village Records
- HoZac Recordss
- Thrill Jockey Records
- Permanent Records
- Immune Recordings
- Beverly Records
- Dusty Groove
- Bucket O' Blood Records & Books
- Record Breakers
- Aadam Jacobs (Private Dealer)
- Matt Sohn (Private Dealer)
- Rob Gillis (Private Dealer)
We’ll also be raffling off tons of cool stuff throughout the day, including autographed screen prints, gift certificates, prizes from our vendors, and a grand prize package featuring a pair of five-day festival passes to Tomorrow Never Knows 2015.
Things kick off at 12 PM and run until 4PM. Admission is free!
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Cymbals Eat Guitars released their debut album Why There Are Mountains in 2009, receiving a response that far exceeded the band’s expectations. Two years have gone by since that early hype cycle began, and a lot has changed. Half of the musicians that played on Why There Are Mountains came and went before major touring began, replaced by Brian Hamilton on keys and Matthew Whipple on bass. Hamilton and Whipple joined singer/songwriter/guitarist Joseph D’Agostino and drummer Matt Miller to take the show on the road, finally solidifying the lineup. An official release of Why There Are Mountains on the band’s own imprint, extensive US touring with the likes of Bear in Heaven, Los Campesinos!, and The Thermals; European dates with The Flaming Lips and The Hold Steady; and festival performances including Lollapalooza and Glastonbury kept the band quite busy. All the while, they were using whatever free time was afforded to them to write songs for a planned follow-up.
After signing to Barsuk Records in early 2011, the band settled down in Whipple’s basement in New Jersey to finish writing that follow-up. Rehearsing and recording demos in a suburban home allowed for a lot of freedom the band hadn’t enjoyed in the past.