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The Weekend In Chicago Rock

You shoulda been there.

1. Godspeed You! Black Emperor at Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago on Saturday.

Gendron: "If slow and steady wins the race, then Godspeed You! Black Emperor took first place in the equivalent of a long-distance marathon Saturday at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel at the University of Chicago. Optimizing tonal contrast and cinematic sweep, the instrumental collective spoke volumes without expressing a single word during its 105-minute set. The Montreal-based octet, in town for a two-night stand, had the foresight to utilize the cathedral's premium acoustics as a secret weapon."

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2. Xylouris White at Thalia Hall on Sunday night.

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3. Negative Scanner at the Empty Bottle on Friday night.

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4. Rex Rayburn at the Elbo Room on Saturday night.

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5. Box Whine at Red Line Tap on Friday night.

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6. Metric at House of Blues on Friday night.

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7. The Maxies at Durty Nellie's in Palatine on Friday night.

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8. STS9 at House of Blues on Sunday night.

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9. BJ Thomas at City Winery on Sunday night.

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10. Steady Flow at the Double Door on Friday night.

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11. Skate Maloley at Reggies on Saturday night.

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12. Neck Deep at the Concord on Sunday night.

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13. Suburban Legends at Durty Nellie's in Palatine on Friday night.

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14. Reel Big Fish at Durty Nellie's in Palatine on Friday night.

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15. Disappears at the Empty Bottle on Friday night.

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16. HIDE at the Empty Bottle on Friday night.

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17. Johnny Moon and the Astronauts at Wire in Berwyn on Sunday night.

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Catching up with . . .

Fool's Brew at Reggies last Wednesday night.

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The Fullerton Transfer at the Double Door last Monday night.

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Comments welcome.



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Posted on February 15, 2016


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