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Thursday, June 27th, 8pm / 21+ / $5 Advance / $7 Day of Show / 1366 N. Milwaukee Ave

RAGS AND RICHES is an adrenalized, American Pop-Rock band hailing from Lexington, Kentucky. Formed in 2017, the band features brothers Tanner + Peyton Whitt. Over the last two years, the band has discovered their unique sound, identity, and aesthetic. In February of 2019, Rags and Riches released their debut single, “Speed of Sound”. Impressively, they clocked over 650,000 Spotify streams and over 500,00 Youtube views in less than three months. The duo plans to set out on their first headlining tour this fall.

Rags and Riches – Speed of Sound Music Video

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Space Mafia hails from the Windy City of Chicago Illinois. While only getting their start in 2016, they have quickly caught traction with single releases such as “Black Haze”, “Baby Goodbye”, and most recently “Miss Lady” that was selected as one of Alternative Nation’s “Top 10 Singles of 2018” along side such artists as Chris Cornell, Nine Inch Nails, Smashing Pumpkins, and other high caliber well-known artists.

With a high energy show featuring distorted guitars, slamming drums, funky bass lines, and melodies you won’t soon forget, they have already solidified their status as one of the promising and coming rock bands of the new generation.

Box House We (the members of Box House) usually describe our music generally as Alternative Rock, but we don’t like to pigeonhole ourselves into one genre, so take that as you will. We take influence from from all sorts of genres of music, as we all have tastes in music that can sporadically shift from 13 year old girl to sad motorcycle dad. But, we primarily are into Alt/Indie rock (The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, Weezer), Pop punk (Remo Drive, Paramore, Real Friends), Classic rock (Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Queen), Hardcore/Post-hardcore (Converge, Fugazi, Refused), Emo (Brand New, Fall Out Boy), 80’s/90’s sad-boy music (The Smiths, The Cure, Nirvana, David Bowie, Joy Division, Radiohead), and whatever Death Grips is

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