$1 Beer Night:
Jupiter Styles, Corolla
$1 Beer Night is a weekly concert series that makes going out to hear great music more affordable.
Mt. Pocono (pronounced Poh • Koh • Noh) is a punk, noise rock, and emo influenced band with an aggressive fuzz-laden sound and catchy riffs hailing from Elgin, IL that consists of Julian Medriano, Em Buttermore, Brandon Garlick, and Jon Alvarado. Not particularly fond of putting themselves in a box when it comes to their style or genre, the members will change vocalists and occasionally instruments for different songs which allows you to hear each of their distinct styles come out, but come together as one. They released their debut EP “You’re Saying It Wrong” in the fall of 2017, a single titled “They Come at Night” in Spring of 2018, and just released their second EP “Fear of the Savanna, Terror of the Suburbs.” If you’re into bands with the likeness of Glocca Morra, Braid, Title Fight, Cloud Nothings, or Sonic Youth then you’ll probably enjoy Mt. P.
Jupiter Styles is the project of Chicago musician Sean Neumann. Neumann’s a familiar face in the Midwest DIY scene, previously playing guitar in Champaign bands Nectar, Easter, and Single Player and touring extensively throughout the world since 2012. Neumann’s project has been dubbed an “indie-minded emo supergroup” by DIY blogs like The Alternative, recruiting members of bands like Ratboys, Pet Symmetry, Nectar, The Reptilian and more to help record and perform songs live. The band’s latest album, “Ultra St. Opera,” explores the human relationship with loss — through death, time, and a fading memory as life continues rapidly around us.
Combining elements of 90’s era lo-fi and shoegaze with the cadence of soul-samba guitar chords, the band’s focus is on song-craft.
Venue bar is CASH ONLY.
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