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Tuesday, February 26

Off the Record: Low "The Invisible Way" on March 7th

Off the Record: Low The Invisible Way
Followed by Q&A with Jeff Tweedy
Thursday, March 7th, 7pm. 
Beverages provided by 312 Urban Wheat Ale

saki has partnered with the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) to present Off the Record, a free monthly listening party series. Off the Record offers the opportunity to hear a new record, often in advance of its release. This event is free and all ages.

saki will be celebrating the release of Low’s new album The Invisible Way, out March 19th on Sub Pop. Low will be playing stripped down versions of new tracks at the listening party. The Invisible Way is the band’s 10th album in 20 years as a band. This new album highlights Mimi Parker singing lead on more tracks, lots of piano, and songs about intimacy, the drug war, the class war, plain old war war, archeology, and love.

Jeff Tweedy (Wilco) recorded and produced The Invisible Way in the Wilco Loft. He will be joining us for a live Q&A with the audience about the recording and production process of the album.

Sam Lewis, program director of the Elastic Arts Foundation, is curating an affiliated leg of the Off the Record series. Their March Off the Record - South installation takes place with ONO Saturday, March 9th at the Washington Park Arts Incubator.

The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) is dedicated to supporting Chicago’s arts and culture community. This includes fostering the development of Chicago’s nonprofit arts sector, independent working artists and for-profit arts organizations demonstrating the City of Chicago’s commitment to celebrating the arts.

saki, founded in 2010, is Logan Square’s premier boutique record store, art gallery, and performance space.

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***Event is free & all ages. Space is limited. We will begin distributing wristbands at 6pm.***

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