DTCO plays The Double Door, Chicago IL on NOV 25th / by Dave Howard

Double Door & SwizzleSteve Welcome...

Austin Fillmore

with Murley * DTCO * Harvey Fox

November 25

8:00 pm

$10 ADV / $15 DOS

This show is 21+ w/ Valid State or Federal ID

Austin Fillmore

Austin Fillmore grew up in the Chicagoland area, spending time in suburbia as well as the west side of Chicago. Music was always an intense passion of his but it wasn’t until he was in 7th grade that he began rapping. His first experience with the art was in his school cafeteria with an audience of his peers. The thrill of performing live led him to doing shows around Chicago and he got his name from the cross streets Austin & Fillmore where he had his first apartment..After he began working with long time friends and producers 12 tone and Hank Iving he started recording music and dropped his first LP “Anglishh” in February 2014. He later dropped his sophomore project entitled “Sinful Nature” on September 14th 2015 which brought him alot of attention..his third tape “Hear & Now” is set to release in April 2016 with Running Sh%t (Owl Wanted) being the first single off that project..



Murley’s music has been featured in independent films, podcasts, station IDs, and on the area’s largest FM radio station 93.1 WXRT. All members hail from the northwest suburbs, and come from families with rich musical histories. Murley has been a part of the Chicago music scene since 2005, performing at nearly every city venue and countless city festivals in the Chicagoland area. Guitarists Scott Burdsall and Ryan Curtis, drummer David Wilson, and bassist Herf Yamaya have played hundreds of shows over the 10 year history of the band, and many more as regular gigging musicians on the scene.



The DTCO line up will be:

Bryan Sansom : Drums

Kevin Mileski : Keys, Vocals (www.kevinmileski.com)

Wes John Cichos : Guitar, Sax, Vocals (www.wesjohncichosz.bandcamp.com/releases)

Dave Tamkin : Acoustic, Vocals (http://www.davetamkin.com/bio-1/)



Harvey Fox

Four indie rockers from Chicago partying for the sad kids.