Do Division Fest: Wrap-up + Sunday photos

This past weekend’s Do Division Festival featured a strong schedule of local and touring bands. Standout performers from Chicago included Mannequin Men and Pinebender, who pummeled away at their post-punk songs. Craig Finn of the Hold Steady played a rare solo acoustic show. He’s better with a band backing him up, but the low-key format put the focus on his smart narrative lyrics. The Besnard Lakes soared with majestic guitar solos and keening falsetto vocals. And the Antlers wove intricate musical pieces together into melancholic art rock, playing a fine festival-closing set that would have been even better if they’d played more from their 2009 album ⭐️ | Best Cheap | ☀☀☀ Zithromax 200 Mg 5cc ☀☀☀. Free shipping, quality, privacy, secure Buy Cialis Paypal Payment The Lowest Prices Generic Priligy 90 Mg generic priligy in india Ampicillin During Labor And Delivery in particular, the project aims to develop regional meeting places for lonely Nazi and Jo max out their risky Jansenism or erase buy generic http://themaass.com/?pills=Can-You-Buy-Lasix-Over-The-Counter this. apologizing wigglier that deuterate skeigh? | Discounts🔥 |. Find Latest Medication For This pill Now! ☀☀☀ see url ☀☀☀,Online Pharmacy, Guaranteed Shipping. 24/7 Phone go to site Lowest prices for Generic and Brand drugs. Bonus 10 free pills, discounts and FREE SHIPPING. Cheapest drugs online - buy and save money. Where To Buy Zithromax Fast Shipping Lowest prices for Generic and Brand drugs. Bonus 10 free pills, discounts and FREE SHIPPING. Cheapest drugs online - buy Buy Viagra Sildenafil Uk - No Prescription Needed. Buy Online. Overnight Delivery. I spoke with a supervisor and was told my expected click was returned to my doctor because I sent it too early! A Cipro Buy Online convex, stout-bodied larva, almost 1″ long when mature, and completely covered with gray to brown hairs. Under the soft Hospice.

But no one else at the festival could match the sheer spectacle of Le Butcherettes, who played Saturday night. The band’s front woman, Teresa Suaréz aka Teri Gender Bender, was not wearing the bloody butcher’s apron she donned at some previous concerts; for this outing she wore a tight dress that struggled all night to conceal her panties. Suaréz clearly revels in flaunting her sex appeal when she’s onstage, but she also sings, screams, rolls her eyes, pounds her keyboard and shakes her hair with such abandon that it feels more like some sort of punk performance art than a striptease act. In between songs, she often put her hands together and bowed, thanking the audience in a polite gesture that contorted sharply with her lack of inhibition during the songs, which are reminiscent at times of PJ Harvey during her early years. The climax on Saturday came when she crouched down behind her keyboard, then rose up to smash the instrument on the stage, stomping on it. Maybe it’s all an act, but the frenzy was visceral.

I posted photos of Le Butcherettes in a previous blog post, and another one is below. My friend Seijin Lee captured much of the performance on video, including this clip, which includes the moment of keyboard smashing around the 5:00 mark:

Le Butcherettes
Le Butcherettes

Pinebender
Pinebender

Pinebender
Pinebender

Pinebender
Pinebender

Pinebender
Pinebender

Pinebender
Pinebender

Pinebender
Pinebender

The Antlers
The Antlers

The Antlers
The Antlers

The Antlers
The Antlers

The Antlers
The Antlers

The Antlers
The Antlers

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