Neptune’s Core • Monarchy Over Monday • Nile Club

Sat 11/06/21
4:00PM
All Ages
music
$8 ADV // $10 DOS

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Neptune’s Core

(Chicago)
Genre: Indie Rock

“Neptune’s Core is an indie rock band composed of two sets of sisters who formed the band in 2018. They are proud to be an active part of Chicago’s exploding music scene. Since being inspired to start a band while studying music and hanging out at Chicago music venues and festivals, they have independently released two singles in 2019 and a well-received full-length album called Can’t Have it All in 2020.

The band is finalizing songs for a new album to be released later in 2021. Turning Red and Shot in the Heart, the first two singles from that upcoming album, are out now.”

Monarchy Over Monday

(Chicago)
Genre: Indie Rock
“Monarchy Over Monday is a fast paced, high energy basement refrigerator rock band from Chicago.  The band started in 2017 and consists of Jake Padilla-Caldero- guitar, Daniel Jablo- bass, Jose Ceniceros- drums, and Rylan Wilder- lead guitar, vocals. They will be releasing their second album in early 2022. Monarchy Over Monday have been described as “poppy, sometimes grungy punk rock, recalling Nirvana, Buffalo Tom and The Replacements.”

The Nile Club

(Milwaukee, WI)
Genre: Indie Rock

THE NILE CLUB is a group who writes and self records music for all people. Named after an abandoned pyramid-shaped nightclub on the backroads of Wisconsin, The Nile Club is: Sam Walters, Malachi Kaehne, Chai Devlin, Samwise Baker, and Jack Lusk. The band formed as a trio (Walters, Kaehne, Baker) in 2017, and began to combine their solo writing into cohesive music in a leaky basement. With multiple writers and frontmen, The Nile Club gives you something to blast on your speakers in times of both joy and sorrow. Subject matter spanning from tales of fantastical creatures to the wage gap to feelings of self-illusion, The Nile Club speaks for the losers. Recorded and mixed out of basements in Sun Prairie, WI, their debut LP “Motions” came out in October 2019. It was graciously received by their local communities, and they played multiple festivals and house shows in the beginning months. The group then moved to MKE, WI in early 2020, and as well as playing larger and louder shows in the city, they used the many dreary months of the pandemic writing and recording their follow-up album. This album is to be called “Wake Up With a Sense of Pride”, and it is coming to the world SOON in 2022

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