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Saturday 11/01/2014 10:00 PM | 21+

Urgent and infectious, The Feed return with sophomore album, Outsider, a collection of scuzzed out jams that rock like T. Rex at a Spoon concert, but with the lo­fi feedback of a Strokes album. And after a 3 year hiatus, their return couldn’t come soon enough.

The four­piece burst back onto the scene earlier this year premiering lead single, “Rexy,” on Filter Magazine, who sang praises of their erratic and “ impressive” self­described soul punk. The band were quick to follow with second single and title track, “Outsider,” on Alternative Press, who boasted that they “blend classic motifs with fuzz and modern energy to create their frantic rock.” Hype surrounding the band has continued to escalate, features in the likes of The Blue Walrus,, PopStache, KDHX, and Earmilk.

Born amidst the mid­west’s burgeoning rock scene and set against the backdrop of their hometown, St. Louis, the four­piece originally came together in 2006 with a three man line up. Led by frontman David Grelle on keys and accompanied by Kevin Bowers on drums and Ben Reece on bass and saxophone, the band released their self titled debut EP in 2007, and toured with the likes of Ben Folds, Chuck Berry and The Roots to name a few.

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Monday 11/03/2014 8:00 PM | 21+

Just one year after Chicago singer dynamo Sarah Marie Young self released her first full length album Too Many Februaries, she was sought out and signed by the Dutch audiophile record label SnipRecords. From this relationship comes Sarah’s sophomore album, Little Candy Heart, a collection of beautifully recorded and produced originals that tell the age old story of love and heartbreak through lush, crystal clear vocals and one of the tightest groove rhythm sections around. Known for her unabashed delivery, alongside the talents of Marijn Kooy’s hi-fi recording, mixing and mastering, Sarah’s soulful, jazzy performance on Little Candy Heart fully transports the listener up close and personal into her creative world.

Gearing up for a fall promotional tour in The Netherlands, and the European festival touring season next Spring, Sarah Marie Young will kick off the release at her home base in Chicago with her signature sonically impressive live show.

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Saturday 12/13/2014 10:00 PM | 18+
$15 Adv. // $17 Doors

If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll know that Kings And Queens is a synthesis of every aspect of John Brown’s Body’s storied career. It’s as if, after close to two decades of existence, this pioneering band has finally crafted their ultimate statement, tying together styles they’ve dabbled in, paid respect to, created, or pushed forward into one tightly woven mosaic. JBB’s Future Roots is now present tense.

John Brown’s Body formed (in Boston in the mid 1990s) at a time when there wasn’t what you’d call a U.S. reggae scene. The American bands that played reggae were regional at best, touring little, and many were primarily cover bands of the best known Jamaican reggae. JBB was one of a handful of groups that began touring nationally and created distinctly American reggae, steeped in traditional vibes but incorporating elements from other genres. Whereas most groups tackled typical reggae themes – religion and marijuana – JBB acted more like an indie band, writing songs that used the vocabulary of reggae to express their own experiences. Over time, this style has become the norm. The U.S. scene has grown tremendously – to the point of having two bands debut records in the Billboard Top 20 in 2012 – and many in the genre point to John Brown’s Body as a key influence.

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