Jet W Lee
/ Analecta / Robots Counterfeiting Money / Warhellride
Thursday, Oct 04, 2012 8:00 PM CDT
(8:00 PM Doors)
- Friday, Oct 05, 2012 12:00 AM CDT
Ultra Lounge, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
JET W. LEE is a loud alt-rock band from Chicago, IL. This past year we recorded our debut album, "WHO SHALL REMAIN SHAMELESS." It's currently available on vinyl and digital formats.
Analecta is an effort to create artistic, inventive music in the vein of instrumental post-rock and post-metal drawing on the collective minds of Calvin Maloney, Kevin Kingery, and Patrick Quigley. Previous experience in bands like doctor!doctor! and Sleep Patterns have brought members together to push each other to grow musically and professionally as artists. In the more than 30 shows within its first six months of existence, analecta has had the pleasure to play with bands such as Native; Paucity; Koji; If These Trees Could Talk; Mose Giganticus; Listener; Sohns; Deadhorse; The Reptilian; Into it, Over it; and many more very talented local and regional musicians. Analecta invites you to come experience moving, modern music created live with feeling and exploration from the comforts of traditional post-rock to the outer reaches of non-traditional instrumentation, electronics, textures, and sounds.
Robots Counterfeiting Money assembled in 2006 with aspirations to
rock. The Chicago 3-piece's loud, energetic stylings are
simultaneously reminiscent of early hardcore and early metal. Robots
are Nomenasno by way of Maiden. Make sure to wear a second face
because your first will surely melt off.
Warhellride is a Chicago based punk rock band. The trio formed in October 2009, when guitarist Jimmy Natividad and bassist Mathew Stokes, two former bandmates of now-defunct melodic pop punk band Capital Eye, decided to continue making music together and bring in their punk ethos to the forefront. Kristyne Operzedek, formerly of Sylis Assigned, is a gifted drummer with a unique style of her own who rounds off the current lineup. Straight to the point, Warhellride is not "Capital Eye II" or a "Sylis RE-Assigned." They combine earnestness with pop sensibilities, rounding it off with walls of rambunctious instrument volume, unrefined vocals and crafty drumming.