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Fri. Jul 25 2014
GroundLift Media + Closed Sessions present:


$8 Adv. / $10 Doors
Friday, July 25 2014
9:00 PM | 18+
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theWHOevers are a Chicago-based hip hop duo formed by emcees J.Arthur and DotKom. Known for their high energy stage presence, melodic sounds and catchy lyrics, theWHOevers are dedicated to providing straight-forward, feel good hip hop music. Although its evident the duos musical roots are influenced by a number of musical genres, they use inspiration, imagination and life experiences to produce honest lyrical content, consistently winning over even the most diverse crowds.

Formed in 2009, the combined power of wild-child lyrical genius MC DotKom and the soul-infused sounds of MC J.Arthur create a distinct and unique approach that provides audiences with a fresh and relevant sound for the modern age. Known for live performances, theWHOevers have shared the stage and opened up for Evidence of Dilated Peoples, Elzhi of Slum Village, Black Milk, Tanya Morgan, Psalm One, K-Os, Qwel and Maker of Typical Cats, Kids These Days, Denmark Vessey, THEESatisfaction, and ShowYouSuck. A force to be reckoned with, theWHOevers are surely launching toward the forefront of today's Chicago hip hop scene.


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Wed. Jul 30 2014
Wednesday, July 30 2014
9:00 PM | 18+
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The Boxers

MTV Ghosts


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Thu. Jul 31 2014
Lincoln Hall + C3 present:
An Official Lollapalooza Aftershow featuring...

Portugal. The Man

Thursday, July 31 2014
9:00 PM | 18+
Lincoln Hall
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It was last spring 2012, and John Gourley—frontman of Portugal. The Man—found himself in New York City about to ring the bell at Danger Mouse’s apartment–a long way from his current home in Portland, and farther still from his real home in Alaska. Six full-length albums in six years, nonstop touring, a stint with The Black Keys and festival stops at Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza—up until this moment, Portugal. The Man embodied all dimensions of DIY rock range.

When it came time to begin work on the seventh album, Gourley thought long and hard about the next move and kept coming back to one concept: The most satisfying work is collaborative work. From building houses with his father in Alaska to building a devoted fanbase, he had sought partnerships. So he took a bold step — bold for a proven band, bolder still for its uncertainty of sound — a step up to the apartment of a possible collaborator, Danger Mouse.

“I walked into his place,” Gourley remembers now. “And it wasn’t going to happen. He was like, ‘Hey, man, just so you know, I don’t really want to record a rock band.’ And I was a little relieved. We’d done this by ourselves before, and we knew we could do it by ourselves again.”

But then they got to listening, and to talking about how much Danger Mouse had loved In the Mountain in the Cloud — the 2011 followup to Portugal. The Man’s break out record The Satanic Satanist. “From that very first meeting,” says Danger Mouse, “we were very ambitious about what we could do…otherwise there was no point. So we decided: Let’s try and make something really special.”


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