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Illinois Back for More Adventures at JB’s Sept. 16

The Bucks County boys of Illinois are coming into JB’s tonight. The band has been laying pretty low since the staggered release of their “soundtrack” to The Adventures of Kid Catastrophe. The album was released in monthly chapters supported by regional residencies and a national tour. The album contained rerecorded versions of tunes from their stellar EP What the Hell Do I Know as well as newly recorded songs to build the ambitious debut LP. Their brand of banjo tinged fuzzy folk pop supports the bands wafting harmonies while the hard hitting drums often add a welcome edge. It is nice to have these guys back performing after not doing too much lately, and I hope that this is one of many in the near future. Given the lapse in time, I would imagine that Kid Catastrophe and the boys should have a bunch of new songs to unveil (fingers crossed) so make sure to get to JB’s and have some adventures of your own (catastrophes and children optional). Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Adam G.
 
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Screaming Females Release Party w/Women & Ted Leo at The Ox Sept. 16!

The band Women will be at The Ox tonight. Not the Canuck art rockers - no, those guys would get their asses kicked by our local hardcore punk outfit by the same name. Well, Philly’s Women will be helping Screaming Females celebrate the release of Castle Talk. I suggest that you catch these Jersey rockers live because they are nasty and just one of those bands that studio recordings have not done justice yet. Watching pint-sized frontwoman Marissa Paternoster wail with such ferocity while tearing through monster guitar riffs and solos is always a treat! Oh yeah, did I mention that Ted Leo & the Pharmacists will also be in the house? Come on this is a lineup that DIY warehouse spaces like The Ox are made for. The Ox, 2nd and Oxford, 8pm, $5, All Ages (Photo by Eddie Austin) - Q.D. Tran

 

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The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 9/17-9/19

Tomorrow head over to Milk for yet another epic Epic Sauce show with Grand Lake headlining and support by Ash Reiter, Sunbeam Rd, and Burrows, 8pm.

Friday night catch Mist and Mast with Sands and Yelstin at the Hemlock, 9pm.

Saturday, for what looks like an exceptionally busy evening, head out to Thee Parkside for The Wiretap Music Festival featuring Religious Girls, Clipd Beaks, Grand Lake (again), Casy and Brian, The Dashing Suns, SIddhartha, and Color Chasm, 3pm.

If you're looking for something a little more subdued for your Saturday evening then Kata Rokkar's latest Snob Theatre, at the Dark Room, should be your stop. This time around they will be featuring Poor Baily and Con Brio with comedians Kevin O'Shea, Chris Burns, Jesse Fernandez and Sean Keane, 9pm.

Lastly, Sunday night head over to Amnesia for Dominant Legs, Young Prisms and Holy Shit, 9pm.

 

-Ada Lann

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The Yes Way premiere video on The Deli + play Bowery Electric on 09.16.

The Yes Way - currently our Deli Artist of the month - play an interesting hybrid of art rock, alt rock and indie pop. NYC scene follwers may be familiar with the voice and the guitar style of Aaron Mendelsohn, who was involved with the NYC pop band Xylos. The band doesn't have an official EP out but they do have a video of the single "Mets", directed by Daniel Marks. They also just announced 3 CMJ shows - one of them will be a Deli party at The Delancey on October 19. you can catch them live on 09.16 at the Bowery Electric.

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Urge Overkill is Back!

Urge Overkill is back together, and currently recording a new full-length album here in Chicago. This will be the band's first album in fifteen years. The reformed band is made up of original singer/guitarists Nash Kato and Eddie “King” Roeser, along with drummer Brian “Bon” Quast (also in Polvo) and bassist Mike “Hadji” Hogkiss. They will be performing at the Samuel L. Jackson-hosted Friar’s Club Roast of Quentin Tarantino on October 1st, and at Mercury Lounge in New York on Oct. 4th. Below is the first song they have released from these new sessions.

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