When Wealthy Fell

Chicago Rock

Our bassist @bboron29 #GingerSkater #36Chain #Elp #killermike #runthejewels #whenwealthyfell #Chicago #chicagoRock #gingerviral #beiber #skater @therealelp @killermikegto (at Marshalls)

The Taking EP is the debut effort of When Wealthy Fell, encompassing a wide range of rock styles and genres. This five song effort conveys a passionate and true stories and themes. Download and share this EP with anyone and everyone!

The Taking EP was recorded, mixed and mastered by TJ Martin at Backhouse Productions

Album art crafted by Jess Myers

Our EP, The Takinghas arrived! We will be selling the physical copies at our release part Feb 7 at Q BAR in Darien, IL. Show starts at 8, we go on at 9. 

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Check out a few songs from the EP here!

What Happened Tonight (Penny Road Security Fight)

arkhamchicago:

Penny Road Security Fight

So a few of you have heard by now that there was a pretty major altercation between members of Arkham (Jack, Charlie and Myself) and the security staff of the Penny Road Pub and I think it would be beneficial to discuss exactly what went on, as it has…

This is a crazy story. Pass this on!

Shaka is the fourth track off of “The Taking” EP. This song is a surf inspired rock song that is light and flowing with harsh breaks and an ending that will keep you hanging (ten).

The Taking was recorded, mixed, and mastered by TJ Martin at Backhouse Productions.

Artwork crafted by Jess Myers.

science-junkie:

asapscience:

So, why is it so dang COLD?This infographic shows the “polar vortex,” the wind pattern that, when at full-strength, keeps freezing temperatures in the Arctic, where they belong. With climate change, the vortex is becoming weak, bringing the cold temperatures that we currently see down upon the US and Canada. 
More at Scientific American: http://bit.ly/1dt36Aa

Mild here, but for the same reason the track of storms —which typically crosses the Atlantic following a path that moves from north to east— is coming down directly eastward and that’s why, for example, Germany had thunderstorms with hail, unusual for this period.
It’s the same damn story! Climate change is a complex phenomenon, it is not enough to look out the window to judge it.

science-junkie:

asapscience:

So, why is it so dang COLD?

This infographic shows the “polar vortex,” the wind pattern that, when at full-strength, keeps freezing temperatures in the Arctic, where they belong. With climate change, the vortex is becoming weak, bringing the cold temperatures that we currently see down upon the US and Canada. 

More at Scientific American: http://bit.ly/1dt36Aa

Mild here, but for the same reason the track of storms —which typically crosses the Atlantic following a path that moves from north to east— is coming down directly eastward and that’s why, for example, Germany had thunderstorms with hail, unusual for this period.

It’s the same damn story! Climate change is a complex phenomenon, it is not enough to look out the window to judge it.

First studio release. Download for FREE and share!

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