Bottom Lounge

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Downtown

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Bottom Lounge, main room and bar Photograph: Courtesy of Bottom Lounge

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  • Address:

    Bottom Lounge 1375 W Lake St
    Downtown
    Chicago

  • Cross Street:

    between Ada St and Ogden Ave

  • Venue phone:

    312-666-6775

  • Venue website:

    bottomlounge.com

  • Opening hours:

    Sun, Wed, Thu 5pm–2am; Fri 11:30am–1am; Sat 11am–2:30am

  • Transport:

    El lines: Green, Pink to Ashland. Bus: 9, 20.

  • Price:

    Average beer: $6

  • Map

    1. Bottom Lounge
      • 1375 W Lake St
        Downtown
        Chicago
      • 312-666-6775
      • bottomlounge.com
      • 41.885418,-87.661728

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Beach Fossils + Heavenly Beat

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Dreamy, shoegazing guitar pop at the Bottom Lounge on September 30 from four Brooklyn boys whose second long player Clash the Truth came out last year. Call it the Captured Tracks sound—both acts sound akin to DIIV (no wonder, arpeggio poster boy Zachary...

Beach Fossils + Heavenly Beat

Big K.R.I.T

Hip-hop

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Mississippi MC Big K.R.I.T. brings his slow-burning Dirty South ooze and flow to the big city. He is certain to drop his joint "Pay Attention," from the upcoming and awesomely titled Cadillactica, which should hopefully continue to help fill the Outkast-shaped...

Big K.R.I.T

Blonde Redhead

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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The rightly adored, 4AD-signed New York institution are back with a new album. Will they carry on with the cleaner, crisper sound of Penny Sparkle, or swerve back into layered and woozy dream-pop, beats-driven electro/synth soundscapes and urgent, FX-soaked...

Blonde Redhead

Deerhoof

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Like Hello Kitty with piranha teeth, Deerhoof charm and invigorate with bouncy, spiky art-pop tunes. After the blown-out beats of Breakup Song (which fortunately did not announce the end of the band), the quartet return with La Isla Bonita (no relation...

Deerhoof

Odesza

Music

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The Seattle electronic duo consisting of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight generated quite a buzz in the hipster and electro-dance community after a few of their numbers caught the ears of Pretty Lights. They were a headliner at this summer's Wicker Park...

Odesza

The Drums

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Donning mod attire and dancing feverishly through every song, Brooklyn's much-buzzed Drums channel a heavy new-wave element, as heard on 2011's Portamento. A follow-up titled Encyclopedia is expected later this year. In the meantime, catch them live at...

The Drums

Ty Dolla $ign

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Foul-mouthed L.A. R&B crooner and multi-instrumental prodigy Ty Dolla $ign—a Wiz Khalifa protégé—has positioned himself as the new T-Pain, a computer pitched hook singer for hire, with stoned touches of the Weeknd. He's followed up his chillaxed Beach...

Ty Dolla $ign

Yelle

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Yelle may sing and rap in French, but her goofy energy and terminally catchy ’80s-style electropop know no borders—this is the international language of partying. You may know her from a guest spot on the remix of Katy Perry's "Hot 'n' Cold." The disco...

Yelle

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