“High-octane performances,” Chicago Reader
Posted Friday, November 28th, 2014 at 4:20 pm
Whether you spent Black Friday hiding from shoppers or joining them in the fray (or reminding them that there are more important things to think about than deals on merchandise), the hours after the stores close are the perfect time for venting all your bottled-up seasonal stress. White Mystery make that easy tonight. The red-headed garage-rock duo headline Red Line Tap in Rogers Park during the Goose Island Tap Takeover, which is part of the brewery’s Bourbon County Brand Stout rollout.
White Mystery released their fourth studio album Dubble Dragon last April (on 4/20, naturally), and the double album’s second disc, recorded live at the Double Door, gives a taste of siblings Francis and Alex White’s high-octane performances. The music starts at 8 PM tonight with opening sets from Absolutely Not and BBU; tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door, and the event is 21+.
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