Modern Chemistry

Kickstand Productions Presents

Modern Chemistry

Davlin, Furlough

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

Downstairs

Chicago, IL

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 17 and over

Modern Chemistry
Modern Chemistry
Modern Chemistry formed in and around Rutgers University in June of 2012. After putting out a few songs, the foursome recorded a full EP, We'll Grow Out Of This, and started playing shows around their hometowns in NJ. Their textured heavier alt-rock sound and frenetic live shows led to opening slots with bigger acts like Waaves, Kris Roe and Taking Back Sunday. Their new EP, Self Help Guide for Being Alone, was released on Aug 9 and they look forward to touring relentlessly in 2015.
Davlin
Davlin
Davlin originated as a Chicago-based two piece project comprised of John Cass (formerly of Sleep On It) and Alex Zarek (formerly of Talk To You Never). The two came together to write music that paints pictures of stories detailing pain, mental illness, regret, and loss. After writing and recording the debut EP “What It’s Like To Die” the two filled the remaining spots with new-found friends Johnny Lopez (bass) and Bryan Tyler (drums). Davlin has created a diverse canvas of music fusing elements that are reminiscent of mid-2000s post-hardcore and emo (Underoath, Senses Fail, Brand New) with newer influences from the stylings of Citizen, Athletics, and Pianos Become The Teeth.
Furlough
Furlough
Chicago Emo
Venue Information:
Downstairs
2011 W. North Ave.
Chicago, IL, 60647