Hawthorne Effect, Curbside, Madison Street Station, Twinray

Fri Nov 2 2012

9:00 PM - 11:55 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

Cubby Bear

1059 West Addison Chicago, IL 60613

Ages 21+

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“The Hawthorne Effect” is the phenomenon by which knowing one is being observed affects one’s behavior.

Every day we are watched by eyes in the sky, by computers and cell phones, by others around us, and by estranged parts hidden deep within, alternate identities within our very selves. This knowing is part of our reality and this reality is now.

The name implies depth and the songs reflect the 

name. Each song has been carefully crafted from beginning to end, not only to be rich with layers of meaning, but with layers of melody, and musical sensibility. It’s where simplicity meets the source. What we know and don’t speak of; what we see and often forget. The songs are about the general and the specific, serving as projective tests that allow the listener to generate multiple meanings, while packaged neatly inside a well straightforward simple message as well.

The songs are written by John Jauch (Smoke Off Vinyl/Killing the Enemy) mostly on an acoustic guitar. John has been an active member of the Chicago music scene for the past ten years and has had music featured on television and radio programs around the world. 

All songs were tracked, arranged, mixed, and mastered at Stranded On A Planet recording studio in Chicago, under the technical and musical prowess of producer Scott Fritz (Nadia Ali, Martha Berner, Cavalier King) and features the talents of several studio musicians: William Sprawls, Bethany Fritz, Tyson Ellert, and of course, Scott Fritz.

The album is a roller coaster of emotion and reflects the differing sides of the human experience not only through lyrics, but also in sound. Addiction, oppression, and mortality are just a few of the topics touched upon in this ten song soundtrack of lives that is unclassifiable as a whole, but familiar as well.

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Hawthorne Effect with Curbside / Madison Street Station / Twinray

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  • Hawthorne Effect

    Hawthorne Effect

    Alternative Rock

  • Curbside

    Curbside

    Alternative Rock

  • Madison Street Station

    Madison Street Station

    Alternative Rock

  • Twinray

    Twinray

    Alternative Rock

Cubby Bear

Hawthorne Effect with Curbside / Madison Street Station / Twinray

Fri Nov 2 2012 9:00 PM - 11:55 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

Cubby Bear Chicago IL
Hawthorne Effect, Curbside, Madison Street Station, Twinray
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Ages 21+

“The Hawthorne Effect” is the phenomenon by which knowing one is being observed affects one’s behavior.

Every day we are watched by eyes in the sky, by computers and cell phones, by others around us, and by estranged parts hidden deep within, alternate identities within our very selves. This knowing is part of our reality and this reality is now.

The name implies depth and the songs reflect the 

name. Each song has been carefully crafted from beginning to end, not only to be rich with layers of meaning, but with layers of melody, and musical sensibility. It’s where simplicity meets the source. What we know and don’t speak of; what we see and often forget. The songs are about the general and the specific, serving as projective tests that allow the listener to generate multiple meanings, while packaged neatly inside a well straightforward simple message as well.

The songs are written by John Jauch (Smoke Off Vinyl/Killing the Enemy) mostly on an acoustic guitar. John has been an active member of the Chicago music scene for the past ten years and has had music featured on television and radio programs around the world. 

All songs were tracked, arranged, mixed, and mastered at Stranded On A Planet recording studio in Chicago, under the technical and musical prowess of producer Scott Fritz (Nadia Ali, Martha Berner, Cavalier King) and features the talents of several studio musicians: William Sprawls, Bethany Fritz, Tyson Ellert, and of course, Scott Fritz.

The album is a roller coaster of emotion and reflects the differing sides of the human experience not only through lyrics, but also in sound. Addiction, oppression, and mortality are just a few of the topics touched upon in this ten song soundtrack of lives that is unclassifiable as a whole, but familiar as well.