On December 15th, The Baby Magic will take Quencher’s by storm with the help of Chicago acts Man Called Noon and Bloodhype.

Opening the evening is Bloodhype, a late night bedroom recording project. Easing in the evening with ambient sounds and hypnotizing vocals, Maureen Neer (formerly of Chicago outfit, Soddy Daisy and DIY venue, Young Camelot) fills the room with swelling synths, guitar melodies, and expertly layered loops.

In September, we saw Chicago outfit Man Called Noon release their EP, Everybody Move. Drawing influences from classic americana, pop, and soul, their accessible rock sound has awesome eclectic touches and a boat-load of energy. Join us as Man Called Noon brings their impassioned, soulful lyrics and in-your-face style to the Quenchers’ stage.

Headlining this evening is The Baby Magic. We’ve got quite a few good things to say about The Baby Magic, and singer Mary Beth Brennan puts on a hell of a show. Grab a beer beforehand because the energy The Baby Magic brings to their sets is enthralling. Truly, if you miss a minute of their raw-as-hell show, you’ve got no one to blame but yourself.

The show starts at 9:00PM, with doors opening earlier as it’s a bar/venue. That being said, the show is 21+. Make sure to RSVP on Facebook, and purchase tickets for $6 beforehand. Next step: grab a basket of free popcorn, a cheap beer, and enjoy a killer show.

The Baby Magic | Man Called Noon | Bloodhype