Machine Girl

Wed Feb 23 2022

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Subterranean

2011 W. North Ave Chicago, IL 60647

Ages 17+

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Starting Wednesday, December 1st, 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
Machine Girl

  • Sold Out!
  • Machine Girl

    Machine Girl

    Dance-Rock

    Equally apocalyptic and ecstatic, the music produced by Brooklyn's Machine Girl (Matt Stephenson) is an explosive, cathartic blend of footwork, jungle, digital hardcore, and rave. The project debuted in 2013 with self-released EPs 13th Hour and Electronic Gimp Music, followed by several releases on London-based , including the 2014 full-length WLFGRL. The album's remix EPs featured mixes by a variety of footwork, jungle, and breakcore producers, ranging from  of Chicago's  collective to Detroit's . Second full-length Gemini was released by  in 2015, receiving much acclaim from several music websites. Machine Girl toured across the United States extensively, often with drummer Sean Kelly. A split cassette with Detroit-based rhythmic noise artist Five Star Hotel appeared on Visual Disturbances/Emergency Tapes in 2016, as the two acts toured together. Machine Girl returned to  with 2017's ...Because I'm Young Arrogant and Hate Everything You Stand For, the project's most vocal-heavy, punk-influenced release to date. Follow-up The Ugly Art appeared on Kitty on Fire Records in 2018. MG Demo Disc and U-Void Synthesizer both appeared in 2020. ~ Paul Simpson, Rovi

     
Kickstand Productions Presents

Machine Girl

Wed Feb 23 2022 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Subterranean Chicago IL
Machine Girl
  • Sold Out!

Ages 17+

Starting Wednesday, December 1st, 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. 
Machine Girl

Machine Girl

Dance-Rock

Equally apocalyptic and ecstatic, the music produced by Brooklyn's Machine Girl (Matt Stephenson) is an explosive, cathartic blend of footwork, jungle, digital hardcore, and rave. The project debuted in 2013 with self-released EPs 13th Hour and Electronic Gimp Music, followed by several releases on London-based , including the 2014 full-length WLFGRL. The album's remix EPs featured mixes by a variety of footwork, jungle, and breakcore producers, ranging from  of Chicago's  collective to Detroit's . Second full-length Gemini was released by  in 2015, receiving much acclaim from several music websites. Machine Girl toured across the United States extensively, often with drummer Sean Kelly. A split cassette with Detroit-based rhythmic noise artist Five Star Hotel appeared on Visual Disturbances/Emergency Tapes in 2016, as the two acts toured together. Machine Girl returned to  with 2017's ...Because I'm Young Arrogant and Hate Everything You Stand For, the project's most vocal-heavy, punk-influenced release to date. Follow-up The Ugly Art appeared on Kitty on Fire Records in 2018. MG Demo Disc and U-Void Synthesizer both appeared in 2020. ~ Paul Simpson, Rovi