Duck-Like Animals (ALBUM RELEASE!) feat. After Hours Radio, Indian Opinion, and more

@ The Draper Basement

The much anticipated debut album release show for Duck-Like Animals! Come live it up and enjoy the jams hosted by Matt Garvin in his homey basement.

Duck-Like Animals:
Chicago-based rock project of an Oklahoma native. Formed in the spring of 2015. Lively garage and alt-rock jams and melodies infused with mathy/funky grooves and jazzy harmonies that are sure to get your feet moving! Finally releasing their self-titled debut album, “Duck-Like Animals” after a year+ of recording.
After Hours Radio:
Formed in January 2014, After Hours Radio’s name was inspired by a member’s experience as a late-night radio DJ, and the Velvet Underground song “After Hours.” Their latest single, Systemic, displays an evolution of AHR’s indie/alternative blend, and pairs it with a reggae groove. The song’s lyrics reflect the lamentation of corruption and discrimination. Currently recording new songs.
Indian Opinion (Ohio):
Formed in Fall 2014, out of Bowling Green State University’s College of Music, Indian Opinion mixes elements of jazz improvisation, phat-funk, avant-garde landscapes, and your favorite pop song into one band. Promoting their upcoming debut full-length, “Confluence Boom”, Indian Opinion advocates their live performance as an experience to change what is already written.
Morgan Powers:
Finger-pickin’, acoustic guitar playin’ singer-songwriter based in Chicago, Morgan Powers’ voice and lullaby melodies are gentle and introspective.
Matt Garvin:
The elusive Matt Garvin. With sweet singer-songwriter melodies over acoustic guitar or even poppy disco-dance beats, this performer is sure to move you soul, and maybe your toes too.

DOORS: 8:00 PM
MUSIC: 9:00 PM

Cover charge TBD

Message us for the address, or text Matt Garvin at 630-849-6449.

BYOB, but let’s please keep illegal drug usage to a minimum. Take a stroll around the block for all that please! Additionally, any assholery, bullying, aggression, discrimination of any kind, or general rudeness will be reasonable grounds to get you kicked out. Respect the space and your fellow patrons, and we’ll be sure to have a good time!

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