Fri, Feb 10 - 9pm - $10


Second Saturday's w/ Hot Like Mars!

The North 41 exploded on to the Chicago music scene in 2018 when their Funked Up cover of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” went viral on Facebook, racking up nearly 8 million views to date. After years of developing original music and opening for nationally touring acts in Chicago, the band was selling out their own hometown shows and headlining packed shows all over the Midwest and in Colorado. Their viral videos and high energy shows caught the attention of elite festival talent buyers. Since 2019, The North 41 has been booked on major events like Summer Camp Music Festival, Electric Forest, Sweet Water 420 Festival, Musikfest & Domefest. During the height of the pandemic in 2020, the band managed to go viral multiple times on Tik Tok. Their single “My Ecstasy” caught fire on the platform and led to over 700,000 streams. After releasing “My Ecstasy” and really honing in on their sound, the band invented a new genre with which they call Jam Pop. This sound can be described as Anthemic Choruses meets High Energy live show jamming. In 2023 the band is set to release a new live album, several singles, tons of live footage, and will be bringing their Jam Pop sound to venues and festivals across the US. Stay tuned for more viral content and bigger and better shows!

Jared Rabin

 Jared Rabin is a multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and producer from Chicago. He started learning at age five from his grandfather, who was then first chair violinist for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He traveled the world playing violin as a kid. He later taught himself to play guitar and mandolin, and became interested in a wide array of musical styles. He spent two years in LA for college before moving back to Chicago to play professionally.  Jared has spent the last decade pursuing music from all angles. His range has taken him from the violin section of The Chicago Civic Orchestra to the guitar chair in The DePaul Jazz Ensemble. He has long been a mainstay at many Chicago rock clubs. He toured the US with instrumental progressive rock group, The Hue. He has produced commercial music, appears on a slew of records, and can be seen performing frequently in Chicago and across the US with a variety of projects.  Jared's debut solo record, "Something Left to Say" was released in September of 2015 to critical acclaim, and reached #15 on the Roots Music Report Americana Radio charts after receiving nationwide airplay. Jared produced the record and played nearly all the instruments himself. He toured across the country in support throughout 2016. American Songwriter Magazine called the record, "An Americana masterpiece." The title track won First Place (Folk) in the 2016 USA Songwriting Competition. 

Mike Muya

 Mike Muya is a Congolese-born, South African-raised and American-made singer-songwriter,guitarist, and producer based in Chicago IL. His sound interweaves a raw melodic voice withBlues, Acoustic Rock and alternative R&B: ‘Boom-Bap Blues’, he calls it. Crossing the boundaries between musical genres, but also between nations and continents,Mike Muya has always been a nomad. Civil unrest in the Democratic Republic of the Congoforced his family to leave the country when he was very young. They moved to Malawi, Zambia,and then again to Durban, South Africa. In this state of constant flux, only sometimes by choice,Mike learned to be open to new ideas...and to new sounds. In South Africa, Mike beganlistening to American classics like Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, and Lightnin' Hopkins. And, at theage of twelve, he began playing the guitar and writing songs, and later performing, establishinga reputation as acoustic Pop.In 2013 he moved again, this time to New York City. In Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood,Mike first felt the pull of the hip hop scene. In the beats of Hip Hop Mike found a way to bringtogether his two great loves--90’s Boom Bap and the blues of his early youth. Under the alias ofBlack Fly Reviews, he began playing gigs all along the East Coast, including at the RockwoodMusic Hall, the Bowery Electric, the Sidewalk Cafe, the Living Room, and the Knitting Factory.In 2015, Mike found a new home and a new life in Chicago, where he has been working on hisEP and has released more videos. As a trained professional graphic and web designer, Mikehas brought his technical skills to bear on his music, teaching himself, with relentlessdetermination, to produce, mix, and make beats using FL Studios. Mike’s is a poetry of rawexpression. His songs explore the intensity of experience, the endless pursuit of a feeling ofbelonging, pushed always by the urge to cross boundaries and exceed all limitations: in music,and in life."My primary goal is to be allowed the privilege to have my music be the soundtrack to a sceneor moment in people's lives."MikeMuyaOfficial.Com

Price: $10