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Empty Bottle, Inc.

The Hecks / Taiwan Housing Project (Kill Rock Stars) / Mountain Movers (Trouble In Mind) / Trouble In Mind DJs

Friday, Jul 21, 2017 9:00 PM CDT
Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL
21 years and over

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THE HECKS are a rock ensemble set on reviving short-form songs with heterophonic jabs from their busted, misstrung guitar collection. Their enduring interest is in the manipulation of form-based musical tropes, which yields succinct but engaging bursts of sculpted pentatonic structure, sleek and textured instrumental passages, or atonal rhythmic nonsense.

TAIWAIN HOUSING PROJECT, a collaboration between Mark Feehan, of Harry Pussy, and Kilynn Lunsford of Little Claw. Membersinclude: Pat Ganley (Drums), Adam Cooper (Bass), Kevin Boyer (Keys), Kevin Nickles (Sax), Donald Bruno (Percussion, Noises), Gwen Rooker (Jack of All Trades).

Watching THE MOUNTAIN MOVERS progression over the course of the past decade has truly been a treat. The band produced three albums and several singles of polished indie rock in this incarnation.The band's sixth, eponymous album Mountain Movers, is bookended by two long-form jams with three perfect, crystalline pop songs sandwiched in between, mirroring both aspects of the band & representing the most fully realized recorded representation of the band's live show to date. Expect it to surface in May 2017 on Chicago's Trouble In Mind Records.


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