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/ Eliot Bigger / Meristems / Oceans And Oceans

Sunday, Sep 24, 2017 9:00 PM CDT (9:00 PM Doors)
Quenchers, Chicago, IL
21 years and over

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Bunch of brown nerds playing with things.

Eliot Bigger is an Indianapolis dream rocking, shoe gazing original band that believes in creating soundscapes for spirit journeys... and face melting!

Hailing from suburban life Meristems oiginated as the New Year's resolution project of Grace Urrutia in 2014 after a recording session at DZ records.The band plays live as a four piece, with music that might be exploring a blend of dissonant instrumental parts and soft silky vocals that in turn create a weirdly soothing dynamic all in itself. The mix can come off mysteriously poppy through the lens of Urrutia’s melody in some songs.The album -Winter Assembly (2015)- which was a collaboration between multiple members is the first album released by Meristems under Ghost Track Media.

Oceans and Oceans, Chicago/Elgin based sibling trio, recently wrapped up an East coast tour in promotion of the release of their split EP entitled "Burial At Sea" with fellow Elgin band, Home Burial. Dabbling in the realm of noise, pop punk, and indie rock, O&O finds themselves in wedged between the aggression and pop lyrics of Cloud Nothings and guitar tones and atmosphere of Cymbals Eat Guitars.


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