Black Heart Booking and Lookout Lounge Present:
The Falcon is a Chicago-based punk rock supergroup. The band features The Lawrence Arms members Brendan Kelly (guitar and vocals) and Neil Hennessy on drums, as well as Alkaline Trio's Dan Andriano (vocals and bass) and The Loved Ones' Dave Hause.
In December 2004, the band released the EP God Don't Make No Trash -or- Up Your Ass With Broken Glass. An interesting trait of the EP is that, like the name of the EP, each song has two different names in a style mimicking that of The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show episode titles. The EP received a number of positive reviews.
On September 26, 2006, the band released their first full-length album Unicornography. The album has a very fast paced, hard sound with strong raspy vocals, in comparison to The Lawrence Arms older works, and is more similar in tone and style to their 2006 album, Oh! Calcutta!. The album also features re-recorded versions of the songs "I'm So Happy I Could Just Cry Myself to Sleep -or- The Routes We Wander" and "Building the Perfect Asshole Parade -or- Scratching Off the Fleas", both of which were originally featured on the band's 2004 God Don't Make No Trash or Up Your Ass with Broken Glass EP. In 2007 they made their first music video for the song "The La-Z-Boy 500." At an intimate show at the borderline in London on July 7, 2012, Brendan Kelly and Dan Andriano admitted Sam Russo into the band as touring guitarist and backing vocalist.
On March 21, 2015, Dave Hause announced that he had joined the band in his e-newsletter.
New album "Gather Up the Chaps" will be released on March 18th on Red Scare Industries!
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The Lippies are a feminist pop-punk band from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Since coming together in August of 2014, the band has been making a lot of noise in the Midwest music scene with their self-released first EP and subsequent live shows. The music can be described as extremely catchy pop punk, with sing-a-long hooks, but don't let that fool you-this is a punk band that has you singing along with lyrics about the personal journey of a budding riot grrrl finding her place in today's world. Vocalist, Tonia Broucek, has spent time in the basement/DIY scene in the Midwest, building a fan base with just her ukelele and a message, and has now put together a full band around that message. Recently the band signed to punk label Red Scare Industries and will be releasing their first full length.
Doors - 7:00, Show - 8:00
$13 ADV/$15 DOS
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