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Elizabeth Moen "It'll Get Tired Too"

Elizabeth Moen has released the latest single, "It'll Get Tired Too" from her forthcoming EP, "Creature of Habit", which is set to be released on December 11th. Moen is a newly Chicago-based, Iowa Native, who brings with her a rich, emotive voice that is sure to stand out in our city.

The new single is accompanied by a Joshua De Lanoit animated lyric video that can be viewed below.

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Cordoba "Specter"

Cordoba recently channeled the scariest parts of 2020 into a spooky new album, Specter, which dropped the day before Halloween. The sextet uses their signature left of center jazz fusion grooves as a bed for lyrics that touch on topics like gentrification, police brutality, and escalating social unrest.

The group's lead singer Brianna Tong was on the most recent episode of the wonderful podcast Music Therapy with Jessica Risker discussing the new album, it's themes, and how to stay creative in these times.

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Liv Roskos "Seeds"

Liv Roskos recently released a new single and video called "Seeds". The song was written for Roskos' wedding three years and the video was created using scenes from that wedding. This is her second single of 2020 follow-up the ode to her daughter, "Little Light".

Liv has such a deep and soulful voice and it great to see her sharing these two warm and positive songs in this chaotic year.

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Liam Kazar "On a Spanish Dune"

Liam Kazar has released a fantastic, introspective new single called "On a Spanish Dune". On the song he is joined be several of the Chicago's finest musicians including Spencer Tweedy, James Elkington, Ohmme, and David Curtin.

The video for the single was directed by Jesse Morgan Young who explain the wild video like this; “After Kazar hurriedly leaves before dawn he’s thwarted by car trouble. Rescued by an unnervingly cheerful loner, the two make their way to an abandoned farm only to find out it’s not so abandoned. An eccentric survivalist has made the isolated locale his home and they spend the evening enjoying each other’s company and a bit of the stranger’s funky elixir.”

Photo Credit: Kevin Morby

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Rosaries "Anomie"

Doom Metal band Rosaries have released their sophomore EP "Anomie". The group formed three years ago and is fronted by the talented Amanda Flores. On this three song EP they delve deep into the darkness and even met the Devil himself. Flores' vocals are powerful and haunting guiding your along this frightening journey.

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