Jaime Rojo, Waterfall Wash, Color Card, Justin Turner

Thu Oct 19 2017

9:00 PM (Doors 9:00 PM)

Quenchers

2401 North Western Ave Chicago, IL 60647

$8.00

Ages 21+

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JAIME ROJO 

Jaime Rojo came to be in 2009 when Daniel Villarreal-Carillo (Wild Belle, Dos Santos) and Jim Drake (Mucca Pazza, Elephant Gun, Strange Lovelies) got together to play some of Jim's Bowie/Beatles-esque indie-rock in Woodstock, IL. They quickly learned of their mutual fascination for 1970s West African pop which bolstered them to create a new catalogue of music that was vibrant, dancy, and groovy. Teaming up with bassist Neal Neumann and guitarist Nathan Karagiannis (Dos Santos), the group garnered influences from the likes of Metronomy, the Clash, and Talking Heads (ala Remain in Light) to create their debut LP Running Mates. They have recently been joined onstage and in the studio by Vivian McConnell (Grandkids, Santah, Vivi Lightbody), who adds depth to the groove and melody of their sound. Jaime Rojo is currently recording a new LP.

WATERFALL WASH

A quirky mesh of folk rock and pop punk with inclinations toward the lo-fi/ambient spectrum. From sweeping synth textures to colorful layers of autoharp and steel guitar, their sound pivots across multiple genres to create a diverse sonic landscape.

COLOR CARD

In 2008, long-time friends Eden Sierotnik and Kyle Irwin moved to Chicago in pursuit of creating music. Musicians already, they collaborated on songs and created demos in their apartment under the name Color Card. In 2009, Ben Kaufmann, then interning at Engine Studios, invited them to record a few of their songs. After recording at Engine, Sierotnik and Irwin continued to write and in 2010 they produced an EP entitled Zegary. Drawing from a folk aesthetic, much of the album was done with acoustic instruments. Though adding a minimal synthesized textures, however, the EP was recognized as an experimental record. The following year, they released another set of songs entitled Vacation, which demonstrated their improving production quality and songwriting. With a heavier focus on electric guitar and bass, their material became easier to perform live. With a selection of songs from both releases, Color Card performed at venues such as the Bottom Lounge, the Empty Bottle, the Beat Kitchen, the Whistler, and the Subterranean, among others around Chicago. They were also invited to perform on WESN 88.1 in Bloomington and have been aired on WLUW 88.7 and WBEW 89.5 in Chicago. In August of 2012, Color Card released their third collection of entitled So Long. It has already garnered attention from Chicago Tunes, the Whistler Blog, and the Chicago Reader. Fading out the use of an acoustic drumset, much of the percussion is synthesized. Irwin and Sierotnik harmonize for much of the record allowing their voices to blend with other instruments. The band continues to perform music from all three albums and is planning to begin writing new material in early 2013.

JUSTIN TURNER (of Tin Tin Can)

The former songwriter of Chicago band Tin Tin Can returns from a five year musical hiatus to debut 10 new songs. Themes of depersonalization and cosmic pain dominate as he explores the darker recesses of the human imagination through mid-tempo post-punk anthems.

Jaime Rojo
Waterfall Wash, Color Card, Justin Turner

  • Jaime Rojo

    Jaime Rojo

    Pop

  • Waterfall Wash

    Waterfall Wash

    Alternative Rock

  • Color Card

    Color Card

    Alternative Rock

  • Justin Turner

    Justin Turner

    Singer-Songwriter

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Jaime Rojo
Waterfall Wash, Color Card, Justin Turner

Thu Oct 19 2017 9:00 PM

(Doors 9:00 PM)

Quenchers Chicago IL
Jaime Rojo, Waterfall Wash, Color Card, Justin Turner

$8.00 Ages 21+

JAIME ROJO 

Jaime Rojo came to be in 2009 when Daniel Villarreal-Carillo (Wild Belle, Dos Santos) and Jim Drake (Mucca Pazza, Elephant Gun, Strange Lovelies) got together to play some of Jim's Bowie/Beatles-esque indie-rock in Woodstock, IL. They quickly learned of their mutual fascination for 1970s West African pop which bolstered them to create a new catalogue of music that was vibrant, dancy, and groovy. Teaming up with bassist Neal Neumann and guitarist Nathan Karagiannis (Dos Santos), the group garnered influences from the likes of Metronomy, the Clash, and Talking Heads (ala Remain in Light) to create their debut LP Running Mates. They have recently been joined onstage and in the studio by Vivian McConnell (Grandkids, Santah, Vivi Lightbody), who adds depth to the groove and melody of their sound. Jaime Rojo is currently recording a new LP.

WATERFALL WASH

A quirky mesh of folk rock and pop punk with inclinations toward the lo-fi/ambient spectrum. From sweeping synth textures to colorful layers of autoharp and steel guitar, their sound pivots across multiple genres to create a diverse sonic landscape.

COLOR CARD

In 2008, long-time friends Eden Sierotnik and Kyle Irwin moved to Chicago in pursuit of creating music. Musicians already, they collaborated on songs and created demos in their apartment under the name Color Card. In 2009, Ben Kaufmann, then interning at Engine Studios, invited them to record a few of their songs. After recording at Engine, Sierotnik and Irwin continued to write and in 2010 they produced an EP entitled Zegary. Drawing from a folk aesthetic, much of the album was done with acoustic instruments. Though adding a minimal synthesized textures, however, the EP was recognized as an experimental record. The following year, they released another set of songs entitled Vacation, which demonstrated their improving production quality and songwriting. With a heavier focus on electric guitar and bass, their material became easier to perform live. With a selection of songs from both releases, Color Card performed at venues such as the Bottom Lounge, the Empty Bottle, the Beat Kitchen, the Whistler, and the Subterranean, among others around Chicago. They were also invited to perform on WESN 88.1 in Bloomington and have been aired on WLUW 88.7 and WBEW 89.5 in Chicago. In August of 2012, Color Card released their third collection of entitled So Long. It has already garnered attention from Chicago Tunes, the Whistler Blog, and the Chicago Reader. Fading out the use of an acoustic drumset, much of the percussion is synthesized. Irwin and Sierotnik harmonize for much of the record allowing their voices to blend with other instruments. The band continues to perform music from all three albums and is planning to begin writing new material in early 2013.

JUSTIN TURNER (of Tin Tin Can)

The former songwriter of Chicago band Tin Tin Can returns from a five year musical hiatus to debut 10 new songs. Themes of depersonalization and cosmic pain dominate as he explores the darker recesses of the human imagination through mid-tempo post-punk anthems.

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limit 10 per person
GA
$8.00

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Terms & Conditions

This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

Please note any age restriction above, you must present valid ID in order to gain admittance the night of the show. No refunds.

Avoid long will call lines and choose to get your tickets mailed.