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Marbin "Strong Thing"

Jazz Rock group Marbin has released their latest album, Strong Thing. This is the band’s Eighth album and follow-up to 2018’s Israeli Jazz.

Marbin is the work of Danny Markovitch (saxophone), Everette Benton Jr. (drums), Dani Rabin (guitar), and Jon Nadel (bass)

You can catch Marbin at John Brown’s On The Square in Marion on January 10th.


J.Soliday "Music for Speech Synthesis"

J.Soliday released a new collection of computer music last month called Music for Speech Synthesis. This is "real time manual and generative manipulation of digital speech synthesizers” and a truly unique approach to sound and music.


Graphics @ Cafe Mustache (12/12)

Three piece instrumental rock group Graphics is preparing to release their debut cassette, Meaninglessnessless, this weekend via Planted Tapes. Earlier this year the trio released a live recording called “Orotund” which can give you sense of the complex rhythms they manage to create on just guitar, bass, and drums.

You can help Graphics celebrate the release on December 12th at Cafe Mustache with Norman Long and Drosophila.



Axons are preparing to release the first single from their forthcoming album, I Object to Everything. This is the trio’s first album since 2014 when this was just a solo project of Adele Nicholas. Axons is now the work of Adele Nicholas (songs and guitars), Neal Conrad (drums), and Princess Ojiaku (bass).

Below is a demo of a song called “Past, Present and Future” to give you sense of what can be expected from the new album.

You can catch Axons on December 14th at Tone Deaf Records (4356 N. Milwaukee) with Jessica Risker and Thomas Comerford Band.


The Darling Suns "Afterglow"

The Darling Suns recently released a new single called “Afterglow”. This follows the release of the band’s 2019 album, Midnight Feelings.

You can catch The Darling Suns on January 18th at Emporium Arcade Bar with The Cordial and Tiny Kingdoms.


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