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Thursday January 30 2014
 8:00PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
Into It. Over It.
 indie / emo
The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die
A Great Big Pile Of Leaves
 indie rock

Into It. Over It. 
Evan Thomas Weiss, with help from many others.
-From Chicago, Illinois.
-The recording project of Chicago-based songwriter Evan Weiss, Into It. Over It. pulls out all the stops and checks all the boxes when it comes to solid indie rock. The project came together in 2007 when Weiss made the decision to record a new song every week for an entire year, a stunt that culminated in the release of the double-album 52 Weeks in 2009. Afterwards, his attention turned to writing songs inspired by places, releasing a series of singles before eventually collecting them into one volume on 2011's Twelve Towns. That same year, Into It. Over It. released its first album of proper songs, appropriately titled Proper; through No Sleep Records. Another full-length, Intersections, followed on Triple Crown Records in 2013.

Emotional and grounded, weighty and poignant, Into It. Over It. is lyrically and musically gorgeous. Equal parts cerebral and self-aware, Weiss revels in pointed sentiments softly sung to former lovers and life's larger obstacles.

The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die
David Bello, Josh Cyr, Derrick Shanholtzer-Dvorak, Steven Buttery, Greg Horbal, Chris Teti, Katie Shanholtzer-Dvorak, and Julia Peters.
-From Willimantic, Connecticut.
-The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die is an atmospheric emo/indie rock band that formed in 2009. Known for their high-energy, unpredictable, and cathartic live performances, TWIABP has risen up to be a champion of it's genre, revitalizing and re-asserting emo as a genre of indie rock. They're a genuine community of musicians, high in collaboration and collective conscience, writing about their combined experiences and feelings.  

A Great Big Pile Of Leaves
Peter Weiland, Tucker Yaro, Matthew Fazzi and Tyler Soucy.
-From Brooklyn, New York. 

-Brooklyn indie rock unit A Great Big Pile of Leaves was founded by guitarist/singer Pete Weiland and drummer Tyler Soucy, Connecticut natives who moved to New York after their band Farewell to Arms split up in 2007.

Their sound was rooted in both breezy classic indie pop and '90s American underground acts like the Dismemberment Plan. The duo worked on and self-released two EPs, Fiery Works, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. After the relesae of these recordings, they expanded to include Tucker Yaro and Matt Fazzi. As the band gained momentum, they began touring, eventually doing shows with Saves the Day, Motion City Soundtrack, and Say Anything. In 2010 they completed their first full-length album Have You Seen My Prefrontal Cortex?, which they supported by touring  with the Appleseed Cast and Hellogoodbye. They continued with more live performances and the release of several EPs before their second full-length, You're Always on My Mind, materialized in 2013.