Tag: Double Door

Art Brut Interview

Art Brut Interview

On June 15th, @EddieArgos addressed Art Brut fans in Chicago on Twitter by saying, ”We’re playing at the Double Door tonight. Ian thought it was called …

 

Reptar at Double Door

Reptar at Double Door

Reptar is billed by more than one place as a “band to watch” and/or the “must see concert of 2011.” They’re currently touring in support …

 

J Roddy Walston & The Business at The Double Door

J Roddy Walston & The Business at The Double Door

Ever wonder what Little Richard would be like as a white man? I have, and after seeing J Roddy Walston and the Business Saturday …

 

Free Energy at Double Door

Free Energy at Double Door

When I walked into the Double Door on Thursday, I had a fever. A fever caused by bullshit, chart-topping, bubblegum pop masquerading as legitimate feel …

 

Marcy Playground at Double Door

Marcy Playground at Double Door

Marcy Playground is a band you probably haven’t thought about since high school. “Sex and Candy” wasn’t just a song, it was a state of …

 

Tame Impala at Double Door

Tame Impala at Double Door

Tame Impala grooved their way into Chicago last month bringing along their dreamlike psychadelic tunes with them to the Double Door. Lead singer Kevin Parker …

 

CBB Fest: How Far To Austin at Double Door

CBB Fest: How Far To Austin at Double Door

From the first moment they took the stage at Double Door for the CBB fest on Friday night, How Far To Austin let everyone know …

 

CBB Fest: Great Divide at Double Door

CBB Fest: Great Divide at Double Door

Watching Great Divide at Double Door on Friday night of the CBB fest proved to be a treat. Their music reaches down into the sweet …

 

Matt Costa at Double Door

Matt Costa at Double Door

Leading a plaid processional down Milwaukee Ave, Matt Costa delivered an impromptu performance on acoustic guitar and harmonica to those willing to brave the already …

 

The Toadies at Double Door

The Toadies at Double Door

In the same year that the untimely death of Kurt Cobain transformed grunge to post-grunge (1994), The Toadies released the album “Rubberneck”. Defining themselves (and …