• Sun August 2, 2015 9:00 pm
    • The Puterbaugh Sisters present 'Entertaining Julia' with comedy from Steven King, Tom Brady, Reena Calm, Tommy Mac and Stephanie Hasz and Music from Al Scorch & Natalie Grace featuring Resident DJ Constance K
    $5.00

    The Puterbaugh Sisters are bringing Chicago one last run of their comedy variety show, Entertaining Julia, to The Empty Bottle for all five Sundays in August. Throughout the entirety of August 2015, The Puterbaugh Sisters will be celebrating their 8th season by bringing you a good old fashioned party show with some of Chicago’s best goofers, bands, special guests our resident DJ Constance K.

    Entertaining Julia  has been featured at Meltdown Comics in LA, Crom Comedy Festival (Omaha), The Comedy Expo (Chicago), Best Bars in America on Esquire network and now it’s going on a summer vacation.

    ""There is probably no better free show in the city. Entertaining Julia's reputation has only grown, becoming something of a cult sensation." - The Onion AV Club

    $5, Show starts at 9:00PM

    Aug 2 LINEUP: Steven King, Thom Brady, Reena Calm, Tommy Mac, Stephanie Hasz // Music by Al Scorch

  • Mon August 3, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Vamos (LP Release)
    • E G O (LP Release)
    • Modern Convenience (Tape Release)
    • Foul Tip
    Free Monday

    We're kicking off August's Free Mondays with an sonic onslaught of some of Chicago's best, brightest and filthiest bands, courtesy of the fine folks at Maximum Pelt Records. It's been seven long months since VAMOS last graced our stage and we're Jonesing for their gritty, in-your-face rock & roll to push us over the edge once again. The brain-rattling three-piece do Rock & Roll serious justice, playing as hard and raw as any other jokers you may come across without ever taking shit too seriously. Tonight VAMOS is celebrating the release of their newest LP, Spiderbait, out on Maximum Pelt, and the ten tracks continue the band's brutal attack on raw, energetic rock & roll. Combining a lot of cymbal work, distorted guitar and heavy bass lines (with some tambo thrown in for good measure, duh), VAMOS create an unholy cacophony that’s gaining ground all across the land. E G O, formerly known as MASSIVE EGO and E | G | O, combines unapologetic punk swagger, naturally psychedelic brainwaves, folk-lovinglyness, and killer pop sensibility into one gleaming badass package. These multi-instrumentalist madmen are notorious for their madcap instrument switching and white-hot, high-energy live music. E G O has been on a tear throughout all of 2015, releasing one limited run cassette based around the signs of the zodiac and themes in classical literature pertaining to the number 12, all on their own Maximum Pelt label. Their sonic assault and delightfully spastic rock tendencies are fully realized in their newest LP, Economy, which is the band's first divergence from the zodiac cassette series. Hailing from Memphis but now calling Nashville home, MODERN CONVENIENCE started as the bedroom project of young punk rock & roller MIKEY B. It’s since evolved into a Sci-Fi punk rock outfit combining 70s & 80s underground influences with 50s & 60s rock & roll swagger. Known to perform raging live shows featuring a rotating cast of bass players & drummers, MODERN CONVENIENCE’s blown out, lo-fi recordings come to life with that Memphis quality of dread. Be sure to pick up that new cassette, courtesy of – you guessed it – Maximum Pelt. Kicking things off tonight is FOUL TIP, the fuzzed-out punk rock project of drummer/vocalist ED BORNSTEIN and bassist/vocalist ADAM LUKSETICH. This excessively rad drum/bass duo  returns to the Bottle tonight for their first show since last November and we're ready to catch the madness with them once more. Give thanks and show up early.

    (Radio One)

  • Tue August 4, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Twin Hits [Twin Peaks + Today's Hits]
    • Heavy Times
    • The Lemons
    • Strange Faces
    $5.00
  • Wed August 5, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Lust For Youth
    • Subsequent Pleasures [Soft Kill]
    • Ancient Ocean
    $10 (advance), $12

    LUST FOR YOUTH blew us away when they played the Bottle this past March -- finally, we though, someone is doing something that's powerful and strange and challenging, in all the right ways. It was weird, sure, and it made some people uncomfortable; but isn't that the point of all this noisy, aggressive punk music that the kids love so much? HANNES NORRVIDE’s early solo albums under the LUST FOR YOUTH moniker have been described as “dark, cold, atonal, tormented, lonely, and lower than lo-fi.” The approach on International has shifted dramatically. Writing as a three-piece now, with longtime live collaborator LOKE RAHBEK and new band member MALTHE FISCHER, who produces and plays guitar, LFY have entered a completely new territory. The result is stunning. International is a buoyant synth masterpiece in the vein of early DEPECHE MODE, PET SHOP BOYS and NEW ORDER. NORRVIDE’s work has always had pop sensibilities buried deep in the reverb, but the hooks are front and center on International, and there is nothing lo-fi about it.

  • Thalia Hall Thu August 6, 2015 7:00 pm
    • Total Control "In The Round" with Udusic
    All Ages; $12 (advance), $15

    Due to popular demand, TOTAL CONTROL is performing an early, all ages show IN THE ROUND at Thall Hall, making this their first show in chicago in almost four years, when they toured with THEE OH SEES and played two sold out shows at The Empty Bottle. Coming to us all the way from OZ, TOTAL CONTROL is staffed by members of EB alums EDDY CURRENT SUPPRESSION RING and UV RACE. Their 2011 LP, Henge Beat is a frenetic mix of synth-post-punk-Kraut-garage-rock and has been praised for riding “the filament that splits fandom/reference/recognition with true inspiration,” by Dusted, who wrapped up their lengthy review by saying, “there’s not a lot of greatness out in the world right now. Please find it here.” The band's last album, 2014's Typical System, introduced the band to a whole new audience and had people asking, "Who the fuck are these mad geniuses?!" It had the folks at Noisey asking around, "Is TOTAL CONTROL's Typical System the best album of 2014?" Many weighed in, but the answer, in our eyes, was simple: YES. Prepare to lose your musical mind before the August heat takes you down tomorrow.

  • Thu August 6, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Total Control
    • Final Grin
    • Stacian
    • DJ Beau Wanzer
    $12 (advance), $15

    We never thought we'd see the day, but it hath arrived! TOTAL CONTROL is returning to our stage for the first time in almost four years, when they toured with THEE OH SEES, and we. can't. Contain. Our. FUCKING. EXCITEMENT. Comeing to us all the way from OZ, TOTAL CONTROL is staffed by members of EB alums EDDY CURRENT SUPPRESSION RING and UV RACE. Their 2011 LP, Henge Beat is a frenetic mix of synth-post-punk-Kraut-garage-rock and has been praised for riding “the filament that splits fandom/reference/recognition with true inspiration,” by Dusted, who wrapped up their lengthy review by saying, “there’s not a lot of greatness out in the world right now. Please find it here.” The band's last album, 2014's Typical System, introduced the band to a whole new audience and had people asking, "Who the fuck are these mad geniuses?!" It had the folks at Noisey asking around, "Is TOTAL CONTROL's Typical System the best album of 2014?" Many weighed in, but the answer, in our eyes, was simple: YES. Prepare to lose your musical mind before the tryptophan takes you down tomorrow. A tough act to match, but Chicago Trio FINAL GRIN’s death-eating, chanted orations drenched in mysticism should come prettaaay prettaaaayyy close. Blackened occult post-punk is our favorite type of post-punk and the band's fresh release out on Youth Attack is nasty as hell. Midwestern synthlord STACIAN keeps the evening’s black edge shredding through analog nightmares and head-spinning soundscapes. Just as haunting as minimal synth connoisseur and EB-versed GEL SET-- who collaborated with Dania on a split last August -- STACIAN brings a dark stripping of the experimental electronic palette for the very last time tonight. DJ BEAU WANZER, one half of Mutant Beat Dance and one half of Streetwalker will DJ throughout the night.

    (Noisey) (Pitchfork) (Reader)

  • Fri August 7, 2015 5:30 pm
    • Hard Country Honky-Tonk with The Hoyle Brothers
    Free

    The HOYLES consider themselves the real thing and use traditional instrumentation to play Texas shuffle, rave-up and honky-tonk music from country's true musical legends, for those of you who long for and recall the days when "country was country.

    (Chicagomusic.org) (Tribune) (Washington Post)

  • Fri August 7, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Plastic Pinks
    • Ruby The Rabitfoot
    $5.00

    If you'e been following Rock & Roll trends of late, you know that Burger Records has cooked up quite a delight of gooey garage-rock acts in recent years. Miami's PLASTIC PINKS is certainly no exception, and they're only a piece of the label's garage-surf-bubblegum-trashpunk pie, so we're more than happy to welcome the sticky center of that melodic pastry to our stage. Hinged on garage-pop with a grounding punk's murky waters, this South Florida five-piece will leave the sweetest bad taste in your mouth with each and every song. Catchy, energetic, and more sticky than a beehive, these groove-locking ragers will buzz around your ears for days after you hear em, and even longer when you see em live. RUBY THE RABBITFOOT opens, bringing her southern, soul-flooded melodies all the way from Athens, Georgia. This young folk/pop/jungle(?) artist cna sure as hell sing a hook and will make for a fun night of pop loveliness. We're not gonna tell you what to do or nothing, but you should probably definitely come to this here show.

    (Miami New Times)

  • Sat August 8, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Guzzlemug
    • CHEER-ACCIDENT
    • Mouth Captain
    $5.00
  • Sun August 9, 2015 9:00 pm
    • The Puterbaugh Sisters present 'Entertaining Julia' with comedy from Kid Cliff, Nick Rouley, Lucy Stoole, Dizzy Lizzy Delicious, Charlie Bury and Music from These Pirates featuring Resident DJ Constance K
    $5.00

    The Puterbaugh Sisters are bringing Chicago one last run of their comedy variety show, Entertaining Julia, to The Empty Bottle for all five Sundays in August. Throughout the entirety of August 2015, The Puterbaugh Sisters will be celebrating their 8th season by bringing you a good old fashioned party show with some of Chicago’s best goofers, bands, special guests our resident DJ Constance K.

    Entertaining Julia  has been featured at Meltdown Comics in LA, Crom Comedy Festival (Omaha), The Comedy Expo (Chicago), Best Bars in America on Esquire network and now it’s going on a summer vacation.

    ""There is probably no better free show in the city. Entertaining Julia's reputation has only grown, becoming something of a cult sensation." - The Onion AV Club

    $5, Show starts at 9:00PM

    Aug 9 LINEUPKid Cliff, Nick Rouley, Charlie Bury // Music by These Pirates // Special guests Lucy Stoole (Drag) & Dizzy Lizzy Delicious (Circus)

  • Mon August 10, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Berserk Release Show: Le Tour, Absolutely Not, Rat Hammer, Swimsuit Addition
    Free Monday
  • Tue August 11, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Thin Hymns
    • Zula
    • Oshwa
    • Vigil [Lamp]
    $5.00
  • Thu August 13, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Great Peacock
    • The Living Statues
    $8.00

    You can call GREAT PEACOCK a folk band, but don’t expect them to make music for campfires or square dances. Raised in the Deep South and headquartered in Nashville, they’re a group of red-blooded country boys who aren’t afraid of the big city. Case in point, Making Ghosts -- the duo’s harmony-heavy, guitar-driven debut album -- whose 11 songs find the middle ground between rootsy, down-home Americana and super-sized arena pop/rock. “To us, it’s just pop music with organic acoustic instruments,” says ANDREW NELSON, who shares lead vocals and guitar duties with co-founder BLOUNT FLOYD. At its heart, Making Ghosts is a pop/rock record with folk tendencies, some country instrumentation, and anthemic songwriting anchored by acoustic guitars, super-sized drums and two inter-twined voices.

  • Fri August 14, 2015 5:30 pm
    • Hard Country Honky-Tonk with The Hoyle Brothers
    Free

    The HOYLES consider themselves the real thing and use traditional instrumentation to play Texas shuffle, rave-up and honky-tonk music from country's true musical legends, for those of you who long for and recall the days when "country was country.

    (Chicagomusic.org) (Tribune) (Washington Post)

  • Fri August 14, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Mykki Blanco + Cut Hands
    $15.00

    Harlem's most fabulous MC, MYKKI BLANCO, will be making a highly anticipated return to the Bottle tonight. The wonderfully flamboyant transgender rapper MYKKI BLANCO, aka MICHAEL QUATTLEBAUM, is a poet and performance artist who thrives on "shock-rock" tactics and claims he'd "rather be famous like INSANE CLOWN POSSE than like A$AP ROCKY." Gaining a following and some serious cred in the blurry "rap" underground over the past few years, MYKKI is a cartoonish character that sounds cute, as well as criminally insane. Unfiltered sinister, sexually explicit lyrics spew out in a heavily filtered voice atop acid-laced beats that are alarmingly catchy and creepy, as seen in the numerous mixtapes and EPs. Pitchfork states, "MYKKI BLANCO accentuates the juxtaposition of ultra-feminine and flamboyantly gay aesthetics with the in-your-face braggadocio of rap-- palpable proof that the two are not as mutually exclusive as any traditional, hyper-masculine hip-hop narrative might suggest." BLANCO's Bottle shows back in 2013 were for the ages, with freaks of all kinds losing their shit to what was easily one of the highest-energy shows we'd seen in a while. CUT HANDS is the solo project from WILLIAM BENNETT, consisting of obscure African percussion elements, complex rhythms and absorbing sonic patterns. CUT HANDS last performed at the Bottle way back in 2012, supporting his newest recorded effort, Afro Noise I, and he's been steadily releasing tracks ever since. Praised by Wire Magazine for being “menacing, intricate and every bit as cerebrally scarring as any viciously dark synthpolemic…CUT HANDS is one of the only truly thoughtful responses to the question of where Noise can go next, because it at once breaks with and continues it so profoundly.”

  • Sat August 15, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Homeshake
    • Sheer Agony
    • Pleasure Leftists
    • Negative Scanner
    • Split Feet
    $8 (advance), $10
  • Sun August 16, 2015 9:00 pm
    • The Puterbaugh Sisters present 'Entertaining Julia' with comedy from Martin Morrow, Mike Lebovitz, DJ Moppy, Saurin Choksi and Natalie Jose and Music from the Minelli Brothers featuring Resident DJ Constance K
    $5.00

    The Puterbaugh Sisters are bringing Chicago one last run of their comedy variety show, Entertaining Julia, to The Empty Bottle for all five Sundays in August. Throughout the entirety of August 2015, The Puterbaugh Sisters will be celebrating their 8th season by bringing you a good old fashioned party show with some of Chicago’s best goofers, bands, special guests our resident DJ Constance K.

    Entertaining Julia  has been featured at Meltdown Comics in LA, Crom Comedy Festival (Omaha), The Comedy Expo (Chicago), Best Bars in America on Esquire network and now it’s going on a summer vacation.

    "There is probably no better free show in the city. Entertaining Julia's reputation has only grown, becoming something of a cult sensation." - The Onion AV Club

    $5, Show starts at 9:00PM

    Aug 16 LINEUP: Martin Morrow, Mike Lebowitz, Saurin Choski, Natalie Jose // Music by Minelli Bros // DJ Moppy

  • Mon August 17, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Pale Sun Records Showcase featuring onYou
    • (ORB)
    • Big Syn
    • Jazz Baat
    Free Monday
  • Tue August 18, 2015 9:00 pm
    • American Sharks
    • Hundred Visions
    $8 (advance), $10

    Swimming to our stage in some heavy waters are AMERICAN SHARKS, fresh out of the great city of Austin, TX. Dubbed a "crossover" band by many, the trio incorporate abrasive stoner metal with loud, fuzzed-out power rock and are exactly what you need to bang, lumpy that big head of yours to. Solid riffs, intense percussive framework, and a drug-fueled punk mania put these guys in their own form of an infectious holy land. Heavier than a semi and just as full-throttled, the group won’t assault that attention span of yours, playing fast paced tracks that border on just the right amount while at the same time leaving you wanting more. Joining them on their North American tour is fellow Austin-based labelmates HUNDRED VISIONS -- a trio who are just as blood shoveling-ly deranged as tonight's headliner. The group’s viciously gripping garage punk stands on its own, and features some jagged edged post-punk with a healthy dose of power pop. Landing a spot in last springr’s Levitation Fest as well as SXSW, these guys are making some kinda noise. Don’t miss the power combo that is these two Austin-based face-melters.

  • Wed August 19, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Glitter Creeps presents : Royal Headache
    • Sheer Mag
    • Daylight Robbery
    $10.00

    Thank the rock gods! Sydney, Australia four-piece ROYAL HEADACHE are making their way to our stage! We've been waiting on these fellas for nearly four damn years, since way back in 2011 when the band released their unstoppable self-titled album and songs like "Girls" and "Never Again" had us thrashing around the bar and into the streets. Though they've been silent with "other life stuff" ever since that release and subsequent tour, ROYAL HEADACHE is armed and ready to ride once more, this time with their full-length follow-up, High. Injecting more soul and passion into their breakneck formula, High is the sound of ROYAL HEADACHE's formula - speed-addled rock combined with eternal optimism and wistful beauty - teetering betwen stability and chaos, well-aware of how unsteady their footing may be. It's a sound that will have you (and us) soaring through the ceiling, feeling all the pain and joy their songs elicit, supercharged and ready to explode once again. Tour mates SHEER MAG are another band we're damn excited to welcome to our stage for the first time tonight and they're coming to us straight outta that fruitful Philadelphia scene. With a classic rock sound and a punk rock ethos, SHEER MAG writes some of the catchiest rock & roll songs you've ever heard and, fucking hell, that voice will bring you to your goddamn knees from the very first note. The band stands poised on the brink of world domination or complete destruction. Is it Punk? Is it Rock ‘n Roll? We’ll leave that to the music “critics.” But it is punk. All the way from Pilsen, DAYLIGHT ROBBERY returns playing dark, intense and insanely catchy indie-leaning punk rock with shouty male-female vocals and serious muscle. The members of the trio have played with some of the best local and touring punk bands around and they recently recorded a new material, so show up early and brace yourself for some killer new tracks.

    Glitter Creeps is a Rock/Punk/New Wave queer night hosted and co-curated by Donnie Moore & Madison Moore of ABSOLUTELY NOT. Tonight is the tenth installment of this special series and we're stoked for the lineup that they've put together.

    (FADER) (FLOOD) (Pitchfork) (Reader) (SPIN)

    Advance ticket purchase includes guaranteed entrance AND one Tiger Beer All for just $5!

  • Fri August 21, 2015 5:30 pm
    • Hard Country Honky-Tonk with The Hoyle Brothers
    Free

    The HOYLES consider themselves the real thing and use traditional instrumentation to play Texas shuffle, rave-up and honky-tonk music from country's true musical legends, for those of you who long for and recall the days when "country was country.

    (Chicagomusic.org) (Tribune) (Washington Post)

  • Fri August 21, 2015 9:00 pm
    • YAWN (EP Release)
    • Courtesy
    $5.00

    Chicago locals YAWN have dubbed themselves “young riff-raffs with a taste for musical adventure,” while the A.V. Club describes them as “poppy and a bit out there.” They've played with the likes of MIKAL CRONIN, A LULL, and DJANGO DJANGO across the city, bringing their brand of "daredevil psychedelia" (as SPIN magazine calls it) to Chicagoans and out-of-towners alike. Tonight the four-piece is celebrating the release of their newest EP, Day Trip, and the first few tracks, "Overflow" and "Day Trip," are breezy, tropical blasts of summer-time indie-rock, complete with shimmering guitars and soaring harmonies. It'll pair perfectly with this late-August heat, so pick up a copy on your way home, open up the windows, and let that shit blast out into the streets til the sun comes up -- your neighbors will love you for it. Chicago/Memphis duo COURTESY returns to open up the show with a set of dark, experimental ambient soundscrapes that they fuse with home-made, equally bonkers video. They self-released their debut tape, Idmatic, and their newest album, Slow Bruise, was released this past spring on Oakland's Moonglyph Records, so do them a favor and buy some while you're here.

  • Sat August 22, 2015 9:00 pm
    • All Eyes West
    • Timeshares
    • Typesetter
    • Dog & Wolf
    $10.00
  • Sun August 23, 2015 9:00 pm
    • The Puterbaugh Sisters present 'Entertaining Julia' with comedy from Adam Burke, Chad Briggs, Meredith Kachel, Matty Ryan and Danny Kallas with Music from Budway Ferris featuring Resident DJ Constance K
    $5.00

    The Puterbaugh Sisters are bringing Chicago one last run of their comedy variety show, Entertaining Julia, to The Empty Bottle for all five Sundays in August. Throughout the entirety of August 2015, The Puterbaugh Sisters will be celebrating their 8th season by bringing you a good old fashioned party show with some of Chicago’s best goofers, bands, special guests our resident DJ Constance K.

    Entertaining Julia  has been featured at Meltdown Comics in LA, Crom Comedy Festival (Omaha), The Comedy Expo (Chicago), Best Bars in America on Esquire network and now it’s going on a summer vacation.

    "There is probably no better free show in the city. Entertaining Julia's reputation has only grown, becoming something of a cult sensation." - The Onion AV Club

    $5, Show starts at 9:00PM

    Aug 23 LINEUPAdam Burke, Chad Briggs, Meredith Kachel, Matty Ryan, Danny Kallus // Music by Budway Ferris

  • Mon August 24, 2015 9:00 pm
    • The Peekaboos
    • The Avantist
    • Evasive Backflip
    Free Monday
  • Tue August 25, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Whitney
    • Lionlimb
    $5.00
  • Wed August 26, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Del Rey
    • Pinebender
    • Electric Hawk
    $8 or Free with RSVP
  • Fri August 28, 2015 5:30 pm
    • Hard Country Honky-Tonk with The Hoyle Brothers
    Free

    The HOYLES consider themselves the real thing and use traditional instrumentation to play Texas shuffle, rave-up and honky-tonk music from country's true musical legends, for those of you who long for and recall the days when "country was country.

    (Chicagomusic.org) (Tribune) (Washington Post)

  • Fri August 28, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Have Gun Will Travel
    • Garrett Klahn [Texas Is The Reason]
    $10 (advance), $12

    (Brooklyn Vegan) (Diffuser) (Glide)

  • Sat August 29, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Windy City Soul Club
    $5 cover

    The WINDY CITY SOUL CLUB boasts that the "best rare soul deejays in Chicago come together to create the best party this city has ever seen," and if you're inclined to think real deejays need only a box full of vinyl, you'll likely agree. WCSC deejays play all original vinyl of the Northern Soul variety, Motown-style gems, regional hits, ace dancing tunes as well as your favorite recognizable sing-along classics. If you've ever wanted to "shake a tail feather" tonight's your night to get dapper and get down. Early arrival is recommended to avoid waiting in line outside! $5 cover (no advance tickets), 21+

    (Chicago Mixtape) (Gapers Block)

  • Sun August 30, 2015 9:00 pm
    • The Puterbaugh Sisters present 'Entertaining Julia' featuring AJ Davila Terror Y Amor
    • Resident DJ Constance K
    $10.00

    The Puterbaugh Sisters are bringing Chicago one last run of their comedy variety show, Entertaining Julia, to The Empty Bottle for all five Sundays in August. Throughout the entirety of August 2015, The Puterbaugh Sisters will be celebrating their 8th season by bringing you a good old fashioned party show with some of Chicago’s best goofers, bands, special guests our resident DJ Constance K.

    Entertaining Julia  has been featured at Meltdown Comics in LA, Crom Comedy Festival (Omaha), The Comedy Expo (Chicago), Best Bars in America on Esquire network and now it’s going on a summer vacation.

    "There is probably no better free show in the city. Entertaining Julia's reputation has only grown, becoming something of a cult sensation." - The Onion AV Club

    $5, Show starts at 9:00PM

    Aug 30 LINEUP: TBA // Music by AJ DAVILA TERROR Y AMOR

  • Mon August 31, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Colleen Green
    • Jaill
    • Bric a Brac DJs
    Free Monday

    Finish off your August with a bonkers, real life rock & roll FREE MONDAY featuring COLLEEN GREEN & JAILL!

  • Tue September 1, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Deerpeople
    • Black Ice
    $5.00

    For over 5 years, Stillwater, OK’s DEERPEOPLE has powered the things that entertain us, protect us and take care of us. The six-piece collective/band takes a kitchen-sink approach that melds punk, surf, psych, and folk rock styles into something that is both dramatic and uplifting. DEERPEOPLE's new album, There Is Still Time For Us To Die, out this past April, is reliably durable and will safely power and enhance the things that make you and your loved ones smile. The band employs a healthy dose of psychedelic fuzz with a pinch of punk slime to give their dramatic, anthemic pop-rock songs the twisted edge they deserve. Stevenson Sedgwick (THE PHANTOM LIMBS, FACTORY OF ANGST) and Sköt B (ANAL KITTIES, THE PHANTOM LIMBS) formed BLACK ICE in 1999. The group began by making music with effects-driven acoustic instruments, samples, random objects and found sounds. Their early music was primarily instrumental and was often used in the service of art performances and local films in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. For close to twelve years, BLACK ICE repeatedly broke their own mold and created a unique and distinct sound that combined elements of gothic new wave, aggressive post-punk and nihilistic no wave. They've come back from a four year hiatus for this brief tour and we're elated to have them on our stage tonight.

  • Wed September 2, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Mimicking Birds
    $8 (advance), $10

    (NPR Music)

  • Thu September 3, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Thee Oh Sees
    • The Blind Shake
    $15.00

    Venue Box Office PRE-SALE (at Empty Bottle): WED-THU, 5-8PM
    Come by The Empty Bottle this week, Wednesday or Thursday, from 5-8pm to buy your pre-sale tickets in person - right from the venue's box office - with minimal fees! There are a limited number of box office presale tickets available to each show, so the earlier you can arrive, the better, and it's credit card only!

    PUBLIC ONSALE @ 10am on FRIDAY, 7/17!

  • Fri September 4, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Thee Oh Sees
    • The Blind Shake
    $15.00 *SOLD OUT*

    Venue Box Office PRE-SALE (at Empty Bottle): WED-THU, 5-8PM
    Come by The Empty Bottle this week, Wednesday or Thursday, from 5-8pm to buy your pre-sale tickets in person - right from the venue's box office - with minimal fees! There are a limited number of box office presale tickets available to each show, so the earlier you can arrive, the better, and it's credit card only!

    PUBLIC ONSALE @ 10am on FRIDAY, 7/17!

  • Sat September 5, 2015 9:00 pm
    • La Luz
    • Today's Hits
    • Will Sprott
    $10.00
  • Sun September 6, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Old Man Gloom [Isis, Converge, Cave In, Zozobra]
    • Mare (Hydra Head)
    • Zebras
    $15.00

    Old Man Gloom is a supergroup (containing members of Converge, ISIS, Cave In, Zozobra, Doomriders, Mamiffer, etc.), but instead of making shitty records like other “supergroups”, Old Man Gloom actually makes great ones. The members are Aaron Turner, Santos Montaño, Nate Newton and Caleb Scofield. Old Man Gloom was formed in 1998 and have been non-stop great since then. This is their first ever Chicago show.

  • Mon September 7, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Dengue Fever
    • The Luck of Lucien
    $15 (advance), $17

    "A danceable, delightfully mutated mix of American surf, garage-rock psychedelia and the emotive, snaky crooning of Khmer folk music." - LA Weekly 1/15/15

    "The [Holtzman] brothers began learning to play some of the old classics. Before long, they were working on original songs and recruited a Cambodian frontwoman who knew the music cold, transforming from passionate collectors into the band Dengue Fever." - NPR Music 1/25/15

    (NPR)

  • Bohemian Nat'l Cemetery (Outside) Thu September 10, 2015 7:00 pm
    • Beyond The Gate featuring Earth + Disappears
    • Holy Sons
    $20.00

    Venue Box Office PRE-SALE (at Empty Bottle): WED-THU, 5-8PM
    Come by The Empty Bottle this week, Wednesday or Thursday, from 5-8pm to buy your pre-sale tickets in person - right from the venue's box office - with minimal fees! There are a limited number of box office presale tickets available to each show, so the earlier you can arrive, the better, and it's credit card only!

    We're returning to Bohemian National Cemetery for an End of Summer show at the Mausoleum featuring two groundbreaking, mind-splitting bands: EARTH & DISAPPEARS. EARTH was formed in Olympia, Wa. in 1989 by DYLAN CARLSON, with an ever-evolving line up including SLIM MOON (Kill Rock Stars founder), JOE PRESON (MELVINS) and many others. After moving to Seattle and signing to Sub Pop in 1990 they would release 3 full lengths and an EP including “Earth 2”. Considered by many a definitive statement of the drone triumphant, others have described it as “the inevitable result of the damage done by downers to perception of time." Whichever the case, its influence is undeniable. If it wasn't for this album, bands like Sunn 0))) simply would not exist. Chicago staples DISAPPEARS are hitting BNC for their first time tonight and we expect them to blow us away like they have each time they've played the Empty Bottle stageThe band's two recent albums, 2013's Era and this year's Irreal, both out on Kranky, mark a brilliant new progression into a uniquely minimalist and chilling sound. After five years as a band, the group is at their most raw, reflective, and powerful. The new direction has been described as being "abrasive, contemplative, and paranoid - it's the sound of the void looking back." We’ve long been a fan of DISAPPEARS’ crunchy, propulsive, and atmospheric wall of sound and know how perfectly engaging they are live. Absolutely not to be missed.

  • Thu September 10, 2015 9:00 pm
    • 'Beyond The Gate' Aftershow featuring Ultimate Painting
    $10.00

    JACK COOPER & JAMES HOARE are ULTIMATE PAINTING, a duo formed from a fast friendship when JACK’s band MAZES (U.K.) were on tour supporting JAMES’ band VERONICA FALLS. Sharing similar tastes in music, art & films, it wasn’t until after they returned home home that a musical synergy was formed. After numerous demos were exchanged, a few casual jam sessions turned into a partnership. Christening themselves after a piece of art by the Southern Colorado desert community (and fanciful geodesic dome builders) “Drop City”, the lads set to work recording their debut, self-titled LP, out on Chicago's Trouble In Mind last October. Aquarium Drunkard listed it as one of the best albums of 2014, calling the effort "a syrupy dose of late 70s New York-inspired post punk" while SPIN said the album "injects the duo's addictive melodies into a tried and true, warm-and-fuzzy formula." Their 2015 album, Green Lanes, out August 7th on Trouble In Mind, has been causing quite a stir this summer, with the debut single "(I've Got The) Sanctioned Blues" getting love from the likes of Rolling StonePitchfork and more.

    (Aquarium Drunkard) (Pitchfork) (Rolling Stone) (SPIN) (Stereogum)

  • Fri September 11, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Man or Astro-Man?
    $20.00

    The sonic space cadets in MAN OR ASTRO-MAN? mashed surf, sci-fi, punk, samples and Tesla coils into a jagged rock juggernaut, touring nonstop in the 90s before burning out at the dawn of the 00s. Lucky for us, the Alabama-based space-surf band has rebooted for the 10s and they're returning to interface live with us here once again. After their compellingly fun and wacky active years on Touch and Go, the group took damn-near twelve years to return to the “not-too-distant future” they once sang about with their 2013 record, Defcon 5…4…3…2…1, out on Vessels. We've been lucky enough to host them for a couple of two night, sold out runs back in '13 and '14, but this time around, MAN OR ASTRO-MAN? will be crash landing into the Bottle for one night only. Needless to say, we can't wait to explore the furthest reaches of the known sonic universe with em again tonight.

  • Sat September 12, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Jack Oblivian and the Sheiks
    $10 (advance), $12

    Venue Box Office PRE-SALE (at Empty Bottle): WED-THU, 5-8PM
    Come by The Empty Bottle this week, Wednesday or Thursday, from 5-8pm to buy your pre-sale tickets in person - right from the venue's box office - with minimal fees! There are a limited number of box office presale tickets available to each show, so the earlier you can arrive, the better, and it's credit card only!

    PUBLIC ONSALE @ 10am on FRIDAY, 7/17!

    Depending on whom you ask, JACK "OBLIVIAN" YARBER is either a rock legend or an absolute unknown. This dichotomy is well-understood by Memphis musicians, as underground "fame," for all its rewards, has, with a few exceptions, been the ceiling for local acts for decades. And no one knows this dichotomy better than YARBER, who may be Memphis' most influential active rock musician. The list of noteworthy bands YARBER has been a member of over the years is massive and includes JOHNNY VOMIT & THE DRY HEAVES (a high school punk project that also featured future SWUIRREL NUT ZIPPER JIMBO MATHUS), new-wavers the END, '68 COMEBACK, KNAUGHTY KNIGHTS, and TAV FALCO'S PANTHER BURNS. Two of YARBER's former bands — the COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS and the OBLIVIANS — have seen their reputation and following swell in the decade since their demise, especially the OBLIVIANS, whose international fan base borders on rabid.

  • Mon September 14, 2015 9:00 pm
    • ADVAETA
    • Gula Gila
    $0.00
  • Tue September 15, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Say Lou Lou
    $13 (advance), $15

    Self-created and self-imagined, SAY LOU LOU have come to worldwide attention since their formation less than two years ago with the three fantastic songs and their attendant B-sides. The Guardian have called their unique sound ‘seductive’, Esquire call them ‘electro noir pop’ whilst Elle describe them as ‘melancholy you can dance to’. The Sunday Times have praised the girls brilliant vocals saying their ‘songs are dominated by the Kilbey’s extraordinary voices’. Meanwhile in the US they have been shot by Interview Magazine and for the cover of V Magazine so far as their career moves in the ascendant across the world. Say Lou Lou are currently finishing off their self-written debut album which has been recorded in London, Sweden and Los Angeles.

    (Newsweek) (Nylon)

  • Wed September 16, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Glitter Creeps presents ... Touched By Ghoul
    • Sexy Fights (Record Release)
    • The Ex-Bombers
    • WAD
    $5.00

    Glitter Creeps is a Rock/Punk/New Wave queer night hosted and co-curated by Donnie Moore & Madison Moore of ABSOLUTELY NOT. The monthly showcase, which goes down on the third Wednesday of each month, was declared Best punk-rock LGBTQ night in Chicago Reader's 2015 Best Of issue and was included in Chicagoist's Best Queer Nightlife In Chicago. Tonight is the 11th installment of this special series and we're stoked for the lineup that they've put together.

    Advance ticket purchase includes guaranteed entrance AND one Tiger Beer. All for just $5!

  • Sun September 20, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Empress Of
    $10.00
  • Mon September 21, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Empty Bottle & International Anthem Present : Nick Mazzarella Trio (Record Release)
    • Health & Beauty
    • Marrow
    Free Monday
  • Tue September 22, 2015 9:00 pm
    • OBN IIIs
    • The Man
    $10.00

    Holy guacamole, it's our old pals the OBN IIIs, returning to our stage for a Tuesday night rock & roll explosion! Blasting out of Denton, TX's insanely awesome punk scene but now calling Austin home, the OBN IIIs have released three frighteningly good LPs on Tic Tac Totally, their most recent being last year's Third Time to Harm... Until now: The OBN IIIs are releasing their fourth record, Worth A Lot Of Money, on September 14th via 12XU and you can listen to the ripping first single, "4KD," over at Noisey, who states the damn truth by stating frontman "Orville Neeley is like a rock n roll shaman, commanding the crowd while acting like a new millennium Elvis in his live shows." The group consistently melds gritty punk energy with a rock'n'roll swagger that'll get you shaking your butts and struttin' your stuff all over this here dance floor. These dudeliest men return to headline the Bottle for the first time tonight, but they're no strangers to Chicago - their fearless leader also fronts BAD SPORTS - and we know the OBN IIIs are coming to rock you into oblivion with their balls-out, snot-rock crunchers.

    (Noisey)

  • Wed September 23, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Brigitte
    $15.00

    BRIGITTE is a French indie-pop duo formed in 2008 by SYLVIE HOARAU and AURELIE SAADA. A throwback to the 60s flower power era, the band's revivalist tendencies were highlighted on their debut album, 2011's Et vous, tu m'aimes?, which went on to reach platinum status in France and gold around Europe. The female duo combines lounge-pop, retro-folk, and French cabaret to produce an authentic, hippie-chic sound that's infectious and sexy as hell. The band's second album, À Bouche Que Veux-Tu, was released late last year and its lush arrangements give it a distinctly French swagger and sexiness. BRIGITTE has never played Chicago before, so we're determined to show em a good time. Don't miss it, mes amis.

  • Thu September 24, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Nick Diamonds
    $10 (advance), $12

    Venue Box Office PRE-SALE (at Empty Bottle): WED-THU, 5-8PM
    Come by The Empty Bottle this week, Wednesday or Thursday, from 5-8pm to buy your pre-sale tickets in person - right from the venue's box office - with minimal fees! There are a limited number of box office presale tickets available to each show, so the earlier you can arrive, the better, and it's credit card only!

    PUBLIC ONSALE @ 10am on FRIDAY, 7/17!

    Nick Thorburn (aka Nick Diamonds) is a Canadian musician, composer and producer best known for starting and co-fronting the cult indie rock band The Unicorns when he was still a teenager. The band's first full length album 'Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?' was named one of the Top 10 Albums by Pitchfork in 2003, receiving critical praise from around the world. After only one year of touring, the band imploded on stage in Texas in 2004, due to internal friction. Thorburn immediately went on to form the band Islands, signing with Anti- Records and eventually releasing 5 full length studio albums and touring the world, with appearances at festivals as diverse as Coachella, Primavera Sound and La Route Du Rock. Over the years Thorburn has released more records, collaborating with various artists on projects like Mister Heavenly (with Honus Honus of Man Man), El-P, Human Highway, Reefer, and others. Thorburn also composes music for film, television and radio, most recently scoring the theme and soundtrack for the new This American Life offshoot, Serial.

    (Brooklyn Vegan)

  • Bohemian Nat'l Cemetery Cathedral Fri September 25, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Moon Duo
    $20.00

    This performance will be located inside the Bohemian National Cemetery Cathedral to welcome Autumnal Equinox in our familiar, ritualistic fashion. Empty Bottle Presents welcomes you to the cemetery's stunning cathedral, located at 5255 N Pulaski Road. Yes, THE PERFORMANCE WILL BE INSIDE, not out in the fields by the mausoleum where we hold the summer concert. Inside the cathedral, get it?

    Venue Box Office PRE-SALE (at Empty Bottle or Thalia Hall): WED-THU, 5-8PM
    Come by The Empty Bottle this week, Wednesday or Thursday, from 5-8pm to buy your pre-sale tickets in person - right from the venue's box office - with minimal fees! There are a limited number of box office presale tickets available to each show, so the earlier you can arrive, the better, and it's credit card only!

    MOON DUO returns to Chicago for the first time since celebrating the release of their newest LP, Shadow of the Sun (Sacred Bones), at the Empty Bottle. The psych-rockers released this incredible music video featuring pro skater Richie Jackson and will be performing inside the Cathedral at Bohemian National Cemetery. Since their inception in the late aughts, RIPLEY JOHNSON from WOODEN SHJIPS and SANAE YAMADA have produced Kraut-inspired psych with a chilly underbelly that blows hundreds of stoner bands out of the water and back into their parents’ basements. Cultivating uncharted rhythms and tones to expand on the trippy repeat-o rock of their previous albums, MOON DUO continues to push themselves into new sonic territories with off-kilter beats, grinding riffage and cosmic soundscapes. Prepare yourself to be launched into a trance-induced frenzy tonight and don't worry, we'll reserve a spot in the cemetery if things get too out of hand for you.

  • Sat September 26, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Low Cut Connie
    • Turbo Fruits
    $10.00
  • Sun September 27, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Young Empires
    • Priest
    $10.00

    Toronto-based electro/”haute rock” YOUNG EMPIRES return to the Empty Bottle for their first time in over three years and we're feeling damn lucky to have em back. Since their inception, the trio has been surrounded by an ever-growing fan base, while critics praise that "every song has been layered and arranged with the utmost care, and delivered with the most devastating precision” (When The Gramophone Rings). NME touted them for having "the mathmania of BATTLES, the gloss'n'grandeur of THE KILLERS, and the calamitous quiver of ARCADE FIRE... YOUNG EMPIRES have consummately summated this generation's achievements in Rock. Not that they're total re-tread merchants; no, they're master weavers of our disparate indie threads, forging a fine tapestry of future disco." Step into the future and dance your Sunday blues away with us, won't you?

    (The Music Ninja)

  • Mon September 28, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires
    • Pujol
    Free Monday

    What awaits you when the needle drops on Dereconstructed, the 2014 album by LEE BAINS III & THE GLORY FIRES? Nothing less than pure fucking heaven, that’s what. Consider the record’s opener, “The Company Man.” It revs up with a riff sleazy enough to clog Rod Stewart’s stomach pump, as an incantation that only a Yellowhammer can truly understand is bellowed and then screamed. Before you know it, the joint is hotter than a Birmingham soaking pit while you, the listener, are reminded, lest you forget, don’t ever trust the company man. No shit.

  • Tue September 29, 2015 9:00 pm
    • A Place To Bury Strangers
    • Grooms
    • Running
    • The Bellwether Syndicate DJs
    $12 (advance), $14

    If all the music journos around the world who have reviewed A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS – whether it be a live show or on record – had to describe the NYC trio in one word, our money is on “LOUD.”  Their newest release, an LP on Dead Oceans, Transfixation, proves, in the eyes of SPIN, that APTBS has "never made a bad album even if normal listeners have decided they only need one or two of them." We ain't no normal listeners - and neither are you, dear reader - so we're happy to be greeted once again by dive-bombing guitar noise grenades, rhythmic mortar shells and what could be the sound of exploding furniture. Needless to say, the new effort packs every bit of the searing sonic maelstrom the world has come to expect from APBTS and ups the ante on barely-harnessed dark energy, snarling propulsion, unexpectedly catchy hooks and doomed-out vibes. GROOMS origins can be traced back to TRAVIS JOHNSON (vocals/guitar) and EMILY AMBRUSO (vocals/bass) meeting on Friendster, shortly before that website became irrelevant, only to meet in person at a Valentine’s Day party in the Oklahoma woods a few weeks later. Their shared love of experimental & pop music alike lead them to New York in 2004, where they starting playing experimental pop music together in their bedrooms. JIM SYKES joined them on drums in 2009 and GROOMS was officially born to make dark, noisy, tangled albums with lyrics focusing almost entirely on TRAVIS's religion-fixed obsessive-compulsive disorder. Rejoicer was released in 2009, Prom saw light in 2011, and their third LP, Infinity Caller, was released a year ago on Western Vinyl. Pitchfork hailed the latest as "a more fully realized and sharply etched iteration of the indie-rock they clearly love." Chicago noise-punks RUNNING are a band that give very few fucks (if any fucks at all). The band's albums are a mess of reverbed-to-heck vocals, pummeling drum and bass, and abrasive, feedback-heavy guitar. RUNNING caught the ears of a guy named JOHN DWYER and his own Castle Face Records put out the band's third record, Vaguely Ethnic, in the summer of 2013. The LP continues RUNNING's path of destruction in and around Chicago, shriveling the tits and testicles of any sniveling boners who try to stand in their way. THE SHIMMER DJS features two of our favorite local DJs, SCARY LADY SARAH and PHILLY PEROXIDE, who'll be spinning some chilly pop goodness. It's the perfect start to this Tuesday evening's stacked show.

  • Tue October 6, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Algiers
    • ONO
    $15.00
  • Wed October 7, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Mike Krol
    $8 (advance), $10

    Mike Krol got his bike stolen and his heart broken. He bailed on graphic-design-as-career. He kept playing drums and guitars, and he kept writing songs about the stuff he hated and the stuff he loved. Leaving Milwaukee for Los Angeles, he took a few years’ worth of wrong turns. But when he showed up at a studio in Sacramento in March 2014, he had his affairs in order. Plug the vocal mic into a guitar amp. Plug the guitar into an overheating box of vacuum tubes. Put the computer in the closet. Roll the tape.

    (CMJ) (Stereogum)

  • Tue October 13, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Seoul
    • Young Ejecta
    $10.00

    (Brooklyn Vegan) (Flavorwire)

  • Mon October 19, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Go!Zilla
    • Pagiins
    Free Monday

    Go!Zilla are an Italian Fuzz Psychedelic Punk band based in Firenze, Italy and composed by Luca Landi (guitar/vocasl), Fabio Ricciolo (drum/vocals) and Mattia Biagiotti (guitar/vocal) . Go!Zilla sound takes inspiration from the psychedelic Nuggets till the 90's grunge guitars with a strongly punk attitude. They first released an EP in June 2012, followed by "I'm Bleeding" 7-inch released by Surfin Ki records, Grabbing a Crocodile LP, and Magic Weird Jack" EP, the latest released in August 2014 by the french label Beast Records. Go!Zilla, in less then 2 years, has toured all over europe for a total of more then 250 shows sharing the stage with band such EB pals as THEE OH SEES, NIGHT BEATS, CROCODILES, THE SONICS and more.

  • Thu October 22, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Hammerhead
    • Qui
    • Rash [Storm Clouds, Multiple Truths]
    $10.00
  • Fri October 23, 2015 9:00 pm
    • DRINKS (Cate Le Bon + Tim Presley of White Fence)
    • Droor
    $10 (advance), $12

    Exciting collaboration time! Newly unearthed outfit DRINKS combines the creative talents of Welsh singer/musician CATE LE BON and psych-pop oddball TIM PRESLEY (aka WHITE FENCE of San Francisco). CATE played guitar on tour with WHITE FENCE, so now we have DRINKS, a decidedly weirder project for both artists, which is saying something considering WHITE FENCE's consistently strange and prolific outpouring. The duo's debut album will be released on August 21st and their debut single, "Hermits on Holiday" (and it's accompanying video), is silly and joyful but catchy as all hell, especially once those drums and bass kick in. The sprightly, minimal pop-rock ditty has got us wiggling around in our bar stools, jonesin' to hear the whole album, so give it a listen over at NPR or Pitchfork or one of the countless other sites that's heaping praise upon DRINKS.

    (Consequence of Sound) (LA Weekly) (NPR Music) (Pitchfork) (VICE) (Vogue)

  • Sat October 24, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Windhand
    • Danava
    • Monolord
    $13 (advance), $16

    Venue Box Office PRE-SALE (at Empty Bottle): WED-THU, 5-8PM
    Come by The Empty Bottle this week, Wednesday or Thursday, from 5-8pm to buy your pre-sale tickets in person - right from the venue's box office - with minimal fees! There will be a limited quantity available to each show, so the earlier you can arrive, the better, and it's credit card only!

    (Brooklyn Vegan) (Pitchfork)

  • Fri October 30, 2015 9:00 pm
    • Here We Go Magic
    • Big Thief
    $14 (advance), $16

    Following their well-received January EP, Brooklyn’s HERE WE GO MAGIC released A Different Ship in mid-2012 via Secretly Canadian. Produced by RADIOHEAD “sixth member” NIGEL GODRICH, the LP is a powerful and unusually beautiful release, praised by the Portable Infinite for its “emotional and musical arc that is alternately calming and anxiety-inducing, and often both at once.” Lead by singer/songwriter LUKE TEMPLE’s evocative croon, HWGM manage an effortless command of sense, style and sound over a backdrop of guitar pop, psychedelia and assuredly strutting melodies.

  • Sat November 7, 2015 9:00 pm
    • WAND
    $10.00

    1000 Days is WANDs third album in what can only be called the relative blink of an eye, and their best album too. To recap the last 365ish: August of 2014 saw the release of Ganglion Reef, WAND's debut album release on TY SEGALL's God? Records. Following that, they ranged from their south-Cali base playing shows of all kinds home and abroad. And suddenly, it was March of 2015, with a second album, Golem (this time on In The Red), the group their sound farther down the road. On their Drag City debut, 1000 Days, WAND move restlessly and gracefully through divergent phases of music in a single passage of a song, as they've been known to do. Recorded in their hometowns of Los Angeles and San Francisco,1000 Days finds the trio searching in corners and finding extra texture via synthetic animation. The atmosphere is quicksilver and the space acoustic; as a beacon sparks electric, a cascade of hi-fi noises for everyone’s ears – raucous, impassive, inevitable musical expressions.

    (FLOOD)

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