Lo Moon

Tue May 31 2022

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Subterranean

2011 W. North Ave Chicago, IL 60647

$15.00

Ages 17+

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Starting Wednesday, December 1st, 2021 Beat Kitchen & Subterranean will require proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 for all staff, patrons and performers. The final dose of vaccination must be no less than 14 days prior to the event. Proof of vaccination may include a physical copy of your vaccination card or a digital photo / photocopy of your card and must match the name on your government-issued photo ID. Negative tests will no longer be accepted for entry. Additionally, per current guidance from the city of Chicago, masks will be required indoors except while actively eating or drinking. Please email info@subt.net / info@beatkitchen.com with any questions. We remain committed to providing a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all performers, staff and patrons and thank you for your support. 

Kickstand Productions Presents
Lo Moon

  • Lo Moon

    Lo Moon

    Progressive Rock

    Like pausing a VHS tape, music freezes the frenetic motion of daily existence. Even if just for an
    instant, it calms the feedback loop of routine, engages respite, and provides perspective.
    Siphoning guitar transmissions and a dynamic vocal push-and-pull through a lens of cinematic
    production, Lo Moon deftly balance expansive soundscapes and eloquent songcraft. The Los
    Angeles based quartet—Matt Lowell, Crisanta Baker, Sam Stewart and Sterling Laws -
    ultimately use music to make sense of each day on their sophomore offering, A Modern Life
    [Strngr Recordings/Thirty Tigers].
    “It’s about survival’’ observes Matt. “Navigating through all that’s thrown at us. Maintaining who
    we are and where we want to be. Music itself has been so powerful for us in our own survival, it
    can change everything in an instant. As a band, we’ve got a lot of reverence for it and strive for
    it. We don’t take it for granted.”
    They never have either...
    In 2016, Lo Moon materialized as a fan and critical favorite with the buzzing “Loveless.” It paved
    the way for their 2018 self-titled full-length, Lo Moon, which NPR hailed as ‘’shimmering,
    immersive and otherworldly. As intimate as it is anthemic’’. Meanwhile, Variety attested, “It
    possesses a rare balance of pop-inflected songwriting and dense atmospherics that hold each
    other in check rather than clashing.” Beyond acclaim from The New York Times, NPR, Los
    Angeles Times, The Sunday Times, NME, Noisey and more, Billboard named them among “10
    Rock & Alternative Artists to Watch.” Between amassing over 50 million streams, the band
    performed alongside The War On Drugs, Glass Animals, Phoenix, and Air in addition to gracing
    the bills of Governors Ball, Lollapalooza, SXSW, All Points East and more. The group also
    made their late-night television debut on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! followed by The Late Late Show
    With James Corden.
    Following a tour with CHVRCHES, the musicians entered the studio with producer Yves
    Rothman (Yves Tumor, Miya Folick) to record what would become the next body of work.
    Various elements fell into place as they also officially added Sterling to the fold in the studio.
    Their old friend Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie), who co-produced their debut, eventually
    joined them for some of the finishing touches.
    “We wanted to make a band record we could play live,” recalls Matt. “It really informed the
    direction. On our debut , we’d barely thought about playing a show before mastering the album.
    Sonically we try to view Lo Moon from 1,000 feet. It comes down to the way we all approach the
    feeling of the song. We try to capture the fragility and intimacy of me singing in the room directly
    to you, and the wash of oceanic moments. That’s where we find our magic.
    This magic courses through the lead single “Dream Never Dies.” Piano glimmers beneath gauzy
    guitar as Matt intones, “What happened to all the easy days of summer back when we were
    younger?” The song grasps on to a fleeting memory of youth in a glassy chorus encased by
    heavenly synths.
    “As I get older I’ve become more and more nostalgic about my youth. I had way less anxiety, I
    didn’t fear losing the people closest to me or have to face the bigger questions of life. Hope and
    optimism were just a little bit easier back then. I work hard not to let the complexities of life suck
    the hope out of me. This song if nothing else is a reminder to try my best and not let that
    happen''

    On “Raincoats,” stark vocals echo with icy reverb as the momentum snaps into a shuffling
    groove eventually catalyzed to a climax with a rush of electric guitar and modulated synths.
    “The lyrics were inspired by Kurt Andersen’s book Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire,”
    he reveals. “I was reading it at the time and his description of the events in history that have
    shaped how we’ve arrived at this moment, really spoke to me.”
    The ten-track album doubles as a snapshot of our 21st century existential ebb and flow. “Carried
    Away” hinges on airy guitar as Matt anxiously confesses, “Every single day, it’s easy to get
    carried away.” Elsewhere, “Digging Up The Dead” pairs angelic vocals with a funereal chant,
    juxtaposing dark and light sonic hues.
    The acoustic guitar-laden finale “Stop” tackles an overarching theme as he sings, “Why do I give
    you all that I’ve got when all I’ve that got will never be enough—for you, for us?”. ‘‘At times for all
    four of us, it feels like we have an obsessive action to keep working, keep creating’’ Crisanta
    elaborates.’’This song is an introspective pause. It was a vulnerable time in our history together,
    all asking ourselves and each other, “after all our obsessing and creating, is it ever going to be
    enough?”
    In the end, Lo Moon might just inspire you to enjoy A Modern Life a little more.
    ‘’The journey of making a record is always winding, every artist will tell you that. We found that
    all we needed was the connection to each other and the commitment to believe in the music
    and emotion in the four of us. Great art has the ability to transform, and transport and we know
    how powerful that can be. We hope this record does that for you and can’t wait to play it live.
    That will be the moment this journey feels truly complete.’’ says Matt.

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Subterranean & Beat Kitchen will require proof of full vaccination or a Negative Covid-19 test result (administered within 72 hours of event), effective until 11/30/2021. Starting Wednesday, December 1st proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required for all staff, patrons and performers. The final dose of vaccination must be no less than 14 days prior to the event. Proof of vaccination may include a physical copy of your vaccination card or a digital photo / photocopy of your card and must match the name on your government-issued photo ID. Negative tests will no longer be accepted for entry to events on & after December 1st. Additionally, per current guidance from the city of Chicago, masks will be required indoors except while actively eating or drinking. Policies are subject to change at any time.

We remain committed to providing a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all performers, staff and patrons and thank you for your support.

For more information on COVID-19, vaccines & resources please visit CDC.gov & vaccines.gov

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER - This ticket is a revocable license and may be taken up and admission refused upon refunding the purchase price appearing hereon and is grounds for seizure and cancellation without compensation. Holder of this ticket (“Holder”) voluntarily assumes all risks and danger incidental to the game or event for which this ticket is issued whether occurring prior to, during, or after same, including, but not limited to, contracting, and/or spreading the COVID-19 virus, and agrees that the organization, venue, presenter, agents, participants, or players are not responsible or liable for any injuries, sickness, or death resulting from such causes. Holder acknowledges that the COVID-19 pandemic remains a threat to individual and public health, COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease transmitted through human contact and respiratory droplets (including through the air and via common surfaces) and it is possible that Holder may contract COVID-19 while at the game or event for which this ticket is issued. Holder agrees by use of this ticket not to transmit or aid in transmitting any description, account, picture, or reproduction of the game or event to which this ticket is issued. Breach of the foregoing will automatically terminate this license. Holder agrees that the license comprised by this ticket may be removed and Holder may be ejected from the game or event for which this ticket is issued in the event that Holder violates any law, ordinance, or venue regulation. Holder grants permission to the organization sponsoring the game or event for which this ticket is issued to utilize Holder’s image or likeness in connection with any video or other transmission or reproduction of the event to which this ticket relates.
Kickstand Productions Presents

Lo Moon

Tue May 31 2022 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Subterranean Chicago IL
Lo Moon

$15.00 Ages 17+

Starting Wednesday, December 1st, 2021 Beat Kitchen & Subterranean will require proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 for all staff, patrons and performers. The final dose of vaccination must be no less than 14 days prior to the event. Proof of vaccination may include a physical copy of your vaccination card or a digital photo / photocopy of your card and must match the name on your government-issued photo ID. Negative tests will no longer be accepted for entry. Additionally, per current guidance from the city of Chicago, masks will be required indoors except while actively eating or drinking. Please email info@subt.net / info@beatkitchen.com with any questions. We remain committed to providing a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all performers, staff and patrons and thank you for your support. 

Lo Moon

Lo Moon

Progressive Rock

Like pausing a VHS tape, music freezes the frenetic motion of daily existence. Even if just for an
instant, it calms the feedback loop of routine, engages respite, and provides perspective.
Siphoning guitar transmissions and a dynamic vocal push-and-pull through a lens of cinematic
production, Lo Moon deftly balance expansive soundscapes and eloquent songcraft. The Los
Angeles based quartet—Matt Lowell, Crisanta Baker, Sam Stewart and Sterling Laws -
ultimately use music to make sense of each day on their sophomore offering, A Modern Life
[Strngr Recordings/Thirty Tigers].
“It’s about survival’’ observes Matt. “Navigating through all that’s thrown at us. Maintaining who
we are and where we want to be. Music itself has been so powerful for us in our own survival, it
can change everything in an instant. As a band, we’ve got a lot of reverence for it and strive for
it. We don’t take it for granted.”
They never have either...
In 2016, Lo Moon materialized as a fan and critical favorite with the buzzing “Loveless.” It paved
the way for their 2018 self-titled full-length, Lo Moon, which NPR hailed as ‘’shimmering,
immersive and otherworldly. As intimate as it is anthemic’’. Meanwhile, Variety attested, “It
possesses a rare balance of pop-inflected songwriting and dense atmospherics that hold each
other in check rather than clashing.” Beyond acclaim from The New York Times, NPR, Los
Angeles Times, The Sunday Times, NME, Noisey and more, Billboard named them among “10
Rock & Alternative Artists to Watch.” Between amassing over 50 million streams, the band
performed alongside The War On Drugs, Glass Animals, Phoenix, and Air in addition to gracing
the bills of Governors Ball, Lollapalooza, SXSW, All Points East and more. The group also
made their late-night television debut on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! followed by The Late Late Show
With James Corden.
Following a tour with CHVRCHES, the musicians entered the studio with producer Yves
Rothman (Yves Tumor, Miya Folick) to record what would become the next body of work.
Various elements fell into place as they also officially added Sterling to the fold in the studio.
Their old friend Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie), who co-produced their debut, eventually
joined them for some of the finishing touches.
“We wanted to make a band record we could play live,” recalls Matt. “It really informed the
direction. On our debut , we’d barely thought about playing a show before mastering the album.
Sonically we try to view Lo Moon from 1,000 feet. It comes down to the way we all approach the
feeling of the song. We try to capture the fragility and intimacy of me singing in the room directly
to you, and the wash of oceanic moments. That’s where we find our magic.
This magic courses through the lead single “Dream Never Dies.” Piano glimmers beneath gauzy
guitar as Matt intones, “What happened to all the easy days of summer back when we were
younger?” The song grasps on to a fleeting memory of youth in a glassy chorus encased by
heavenly synths.
“As I get older I’ve become more and more nostalgic about my youth. I had way less anxiety, I
didn’t fear losing the people closest to me or have to face the bigger questions of life. Hope and
optimism were just a little bit easier back then. I work hard not to let the complexities of life suck
the hope out of me. This song if nothing else is a reminder to try my best and not let that
happen''

On “Raincoats,” stark vocals echo with icy reverb as the momentum snaps into a shuffling
groove eventually catalyzed to a climax with a rush of electric guitar and modulated synths.
“The lyrics were inspired by Kurt Andersen’s book Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire,”
he reveals. “I was reading it at the time and his description of the events in history that have
shaped how we’ve arrived at this moment, really spoke to me.”
The ten-track album doubles as a snapshot of our 21st century existential ebb and flow. “Carried
Away” hinges on airy guitar as Matt anxiously confesses, “Every single day, it’s easy to get
carried away.” Elsewhere, “Digging Up The Dead” pairs angelic vocals with a funereal chant,
juxtaposing dark and light sonic hues.
The acoustic guitar-laden finale “Stop” tackles an overarching theme as he sings, “Why do I give
you all that I’ve got when all I’ve that got will never be enough—for you, for us?”. ‘‘At times for all
four of us, it feels like we have an obsessive action to keep working, keep creating’’ Crisanta
elaborates.’’This song is an introspective pause. It was a vulnerable time in our history together,
all asking ourselves and each other, “after all our obsessing and creating, is it ever going to be
enough?”
In the end, Lo Moon might just inspire you to enjoy A Modern Life a little more.
‘’The journey of making a record is always winding, every artist will tell you that. We found that
all we needed was the connection to each other and the commitment to believe in the music
and emotion in the four of us. Great art has the ability to transform, and transport and we know
how powerful that can be. We hope this record does that for you and can’t wait to play it live.
That will be the moment this journey feels truly complete.’’ says Matt.

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This event is 17 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 17 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. COVID SAFETY POLICY
Subterranean & Beat Kitchen will require proof of full vaccination or a Negative Covid-19 test result (administered within 72 hours of event), effective until 11/30/2021. Starting Wednesday, December 1st proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required for all staff, patrons and performers. The final dose of vaccination must be no less than 14 days prior to the event. Proof of vaccination may include a physical copy of your vaccination card or a digital photo / photocopy of your card and must match the name on your government-issued photo ID. Negative tests will no longer be accepted for entry to events on & after December 1st. Additionally, per current guidance from the city of Chicago, masks will be required indoors except while actively eating or drinking. Policies are subject to change at any time.

We remain committed to providing a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all performers, staff and patrons and thank you for your support.

For more information on COVID-19, vaccines & resources please visit CDC.gov & vaccines.gov

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER - This ticket is a revocable license and may be taken up and admission refused upon refunding the purchase price appearing hereon and is grounds for seizure and cancellation without compensation. Holder of this ticket (“Holder”) voluntarily assumes all risks and danger incidental to the game or event for which this ticket is issued whether occurring prior to, during, or after same, including, but not limited to, contracting, and/or spreading the COVID-19 virus, and agrees that the organization, venue, presenter, agents, participants, or players are not responsible or liable for any injuries, sickness, or death resulting from such causes. Holder acknowledges that the COVID-19 pandemic remains a threat to individual and public health, COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease transmitted through human contact and respiratory droplets (including through the air and via common surfaces) and it is possible that Holder may contract COVID-19 while at the game or event for which this ticket is issued. Holder agrees by use of this ticket not to transmit or aid in transmitting any description, account, picture, or reproduction of the game or event to which this ticket is issued. Breach of the foregoing will automatically terminate this license. Holder agrees that the license comprised by this ticket may be removed and Holder may be ejected from the game or event for which this ticket is issued in the event that Holder violates any law, ordinance, or venue regulation. Holder grants permission to the organization sponsoring the game or event for which this ticket is issued to utilize Holder’s image or likeness in connection with any video or other transmission or reproduction of the event to which this ticket relates.