Friday, November 6, 2015

The Features & Kerchief Play JJ's Bohemia On November 14th, 2015

Surpassing its initial D.I.Y. movement and becoming a more defined sound, Indie Rock has evolved. Moreover, music lovers around and between the typical big market outlets are rapidly advancing the support of live music nationwide. Following years of breakthrough acts with shoe- string budgets and unique social media strategy, an overall unyielding attitude has fueled the raw performance of the indie rock character we know today.

One of the country's many small clubs whose reputation serves the indie rock scene is JJ's Bo- hemia in Chattanooga, TN. They've hosted shows for nearly a decade featuring local unknowns and national touring acts alike, such as Alabama Shakes, Deer Hunter, Portugal the Man, Of Montreal and many others.

JJ's will continue its support of quality acts of all sizes by hosting The Features with 825 Records' artist Kerchief on Saturday, November 14th. Commercially known from their licensing placements for Ford and the Twilight Saga's soundtrack, The Features' extensive touring history since 1994 has landed them on major stages around the world. They are currently touring the na- tion promoting their upcoming album, which can be pre-ordered via Pledge Music now.

Kerchief, an indie rock trio fronted by former Vanity Theft guitarist Britt Hill has called JJ's a home for her new project since relocating to Chattanooga from Dayton, OH. After releasing her debut album, Machines And Animals, this past Summer, Kerchief has stirred up indie rock crit- ics and blogs with her unadulterated drive. Following a 20+ city summer tour, Kerchief's second single "Jack London" has garnered attention from the likes of OUT Magazine,, Ghet- toblaster, Curve Magazine, and Music Connection. All of whom have agreed Kerchief's Britt Hill has a well-bred attitude brimming with substance, both musically and lyrically.

Catch The Features with Kerchief at JJ's Bohemia in Chattanooga, TN. Saturday, November 14th. Doors open at 9 pm (All shows 21+).

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