Three reasons to hop on over to the Burlington for a night of experimental happenings...
Philadelphia's Son Step
might both frighten and warm your soul with their experimental, lo-fi folk antics. Using a potpourri of electronics, delicate vocal loops and wild samples, this outfit isn't afraid to get trippy. LISTEN: "Right Times"
It doesn't get much dreamier than Shalloboi
. These Chicagoans have a knack for building slow burning soundscapes that could easily soudntrack some kind of dramatic cinema sequences. One thing is for sure with Shalloboi - be patient as their music grows slowly, but the pay off is worth it. LISTEN: "Summer Blues"
Chicago's Names Devine
go for haunting, melancholy indie-pop that's really taken places by lead singer Kendra Calhoun's dark croon. At times the band dabble in spacey depths that were Radiohead might have ventured to on occasion. LISTEN: "Save Yourself"
9:00 p.m. Tuesday, 4/10. The Burlington. 21+. $5.