Indie

EDJ

When: Sun., Sept. 7 2014

A musician's pedigree can be pretty telling, and Eric D. Johnson's definitely checks out. As leader of the Chicago folk-rock band Fruit Bats, he released four albums on the SubPop label. He also spent four years playing keyboards for the Shins, has recorded film scores, and appeared on albums by Vetiver, Califone, and Mekons vocalist Sally Timms. You can find out how Johnson's live-looping one-man-band project, EDJ, lives up to the rest of his résumé tonight at Ivywild (1604 S. Cascade Ave., ivywildschool.com). Tickets are $10, with Dragondeer opening at 7:30. — Bill Forman

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