FREE MONDAY w/ Spun Out / The Knees / DJ Martín Diaz

Mon Sep 20 2021 at 08:30 pm to Tue Sep 21 2021 at 12:30 am

The Empty Bottle | Chicago

Empty Bottle
Publisher/HostEmpty Bottle
FREE MONDAY w\/ Spun Out \/ The Knees \/ DJ Mart\u00edn Diaz Doors: 730PM // Show: 830PM
About this Event

FREE // 21+


SPUN OUT's story starts with the end of NE-HI. As their former band ended its influential half-decade run in 2019 as one of Chicago's foremost indie rock acts. While they had spent years making four-piece indie rock, their new material reflected their evolving tastes with more danceable, spacey, and heady textures.On their debut full-length, Touch the Sound, there's still some of the blue-collar classic rock influence that was part of NE-HI's creative DNA, but expanded instrumentation, experimental production, and curious dips into a variety of styles makes Spun Out a very different beast than their former band. Touch the Sound is a debut that sounds like it took years to craft, effortlessly incorporating a wealth of styles and moods without ever cluttering the overarching vision. It's a rare example of an album where, though every song sounds like it could be the work of a different band, it somehow stays consistent and enjoyable throughout.


THE KNEES are an art-rock band from Chicago with uplifting riffs, shimmering melodies and skyscraper-stacked reverb. With a true knack for tight rhythmic propulsion and sonic clarity, the four-piece bounce around each other in a musical whirl of controlled chaos. Their debut EP, Posture, is an eclectic mix of punchy art-rock, post-punk, and melodic guitar-pop songs.

Beginning Monday, August 9

Empty Bottle will require all staff, patrons, and performers to provide :

Proof of full vaccination


A negative COVID-19 test performed within the previous 72 hours prior to entry.

Hard copies, photocopies, or digital photos of the above are acceptable.

Masks will be worn by staff at all times and will be required of all attendees when not eating or drinking — regardless of vaccination status.

We’re applying these requirements to all shows through Oct 31, 2021 and will update the policy as needed or as new guidance requires.

This is a very difficult time for everyone to navigate and we understand that you may be frustrated. We are as well. Please bear with us as we try to keep our staff, artists, patrons, and the City of Chicago safe -- as best we can. Remember that we are all going through this together as a community, and we can beat this if we work together as a community.


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Event Venue & Nearby Stays

The Empty Bottle, 1035 North Western Avenue, Chicago, United States


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