Illinois Shows: September 21-27

Here are some shows to check out around Illinois this week:

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Pyramid Scheme / notLando / Moths / Via Luna / Naga

Quenchers Saloon (Chicago, Ill.)
8 p.m. | $8 | 21+ | Thursday, Sept. 24

Pyramid Scheme released a pair of videos in May, and now they are set to headline a show at Quenchers this Thursday. (not) Joining them from Texas are math-rock band notLando and noise-thrash band Moths. Also playing are Via Luna, who are in from Missouri, and Naga.


11922837_853577084720436_4989485324050270368_oStrawberry Jacuzzi / Mama / The Thons / Frozen Pizza Disaster

Burlington Bar (Chicago, Ill.)

8:30 p.m. | 6$ | Friday, Sept. 25

Some Weird Sin Records presents this double tape release show happening this Friday at Burlington Bar. Garage-pop band Frozen Pizza Disaster being one of the bands set to release a tape. The Chicago band dropped its debut EP Crust Hunk back in May, and are now releasing it on tape. As if one tape release wasn’t enough, The Thons join FPD in releasing not just one, but three of their studio albums this night. Be sure to check all of them out! Also, be sure to check out Strawberry Jacuzzi playing this night. They were nice enough to join us on an episode of the Ghost Track Podcast back in May. And if you haven’t already picked up on the pattern, they too will have new cassingles to grab. Rounding out the lineup is power-pop band Mama.


 

tpf2015_announce3_11x17_1-1The Pygmalion Festival

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Various Venues and Stages Across C-U (Champaign-Urbana, Ill.)

Weekend Pass: 95$ | Wednesday, Sept. 23 – Sunday, Sept. 27

It’s already the last weekend in September. That means it’s time for the Pygmalion Festival! Join us for a long weekend of music, art, literature, and technology. We will be providing exclusive coverage of the events here at ghost-track.com. Read more about the festival’s history.

Check out the music lineup below:

Wednesday, Sept. 23

@ Krannert Art Museum:

Big Scary
8:30-9:30

Feral States
10:00-11:00

Thursday, Sept. 24

@ Cafeteria & Company:

Paul Doffing
5:30-6:00

@ Silvercreek:

Kenna Mae
6:30-7:00

Owen
7:15-8:15

@ The Iron Post:

Adam Fein
8:30-9:10

Ryley Walker
9:30-10:30

The Eagle Rock Gospel SIngers
11:00-11:45

Bully
12:15-1:15

@ The Rose Bowl

Caleb Cook Band
7:30-8:00

Cody Lee
8:15-8:45

The Fights
9:00-9:45

Whitey Morgan
10:15-12:00

Friday, Sept. 25

@ Krannert Center (Stage 5):

Braids
10:00-10:45

Zola Jesus
11:00-12:00

@ Krannert Center (Tryon Festival Theatre):

Patrick Watson
7:15-8:15

tUnE-yArDs
8:45-10:00u

@ Channing Murray Foundation:

Euriah
9:30-10:00

Single Player
10:30-11:00

White Reaper
11:30-12:15

Beach Slang
12:45-1:45

@ Canopy Club

AMPlifi
9:00-10:00

Dirty Di$co
10:00-11:00

Krucial
11:00-12:00

Savoy
12:00-2:00

Saturday, Sept. 26

@ Highdive Outdoor Annes (Stage 1):

Tara Terra
3:30-4:00

NE-HI
5:00-5:40

Pure Bathing Culture
6:40-7:20

@ Highdive Outdoor Annex (Stage 2):

American Wrestlers
2:45-3:20

Sarah Jaffe
4:10-4:50

Wild Ones
5:50-6:30

Hana
7:30-8:10

T.R.U.T.H + KLEVAH
9:45-10:20

@ Exile on Main St:

Wolves to Whales
12:30-1:00

Not For The Faint Of Heart
1:30-2:00

Boycut
2:30-3:00

@ Highdive Indoor

The Palmer Squares
11:30-12:15

Psalm One
12:15-1:00

K. Flay
1:15-2:00

@ Mike N Molly’s

Jorts
11:30-12:00

Nick Diamonds
12:30-1:30

Sunday, Sept. 27

@ Highdive Outdoor Annex (Stage 1):

Aero Flynn
3:10-3:50

The Besnard Lakes
4:50-5:40

Sylvan Esso
6:50-8:10

Ride
9:15-10:45

@ Highdive Outdoor Annex (Stage 2):

Motes
2:30-3:00

Diane Coffee
4:00-4:40

Cathedrals
5:50-6:40

Caspian
8:15-9:00

@ Exile on Main St:

Northern Border
12:30-1:00

Concerned Fathers
1:30-2:00

Hot Hand Luke and The Sound
2:30-3:00

Resinater
3:30-4:00

TBD
4:00-5:00

@ Highdive Indoor

Grandkids
10:30-11:00

Elsinore
11:30-12:00

Strand of Oaks
12:30-1:45

@ Mike N Molly’s

CLAW: Champaign Ladies Amateur Wresling
6:00-7:00

Bookmobile!
10:30-11:00

Pujol
11:15-12:00

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