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Mucca Pazza Trick or Treat

Marching Band Mucca Pazza has released a new Halloween-themed EP called Trick or Treat which was recorded in September 2016. You won't celebrate the holiday the same way again.

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Open Mike Eagle "No Selling"

Open Mike Eagle recently released a great video for his new single “No Selling”. The track is taken from his new LP Brick Body Kids Still Daydream.

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The Long Lost

The Long Lost have released a new album called Don’t Wait Up for Me. The Americana band is fronted by Andi Avalos and Katie Burke.

You can The Long Lost all over Chicagoland over the next few months.

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Video Premiere: Spa Moans “Throat”

We are proud to premiere the haunting new video from Spa Moans for her single “Throat”. The track is taken from the forthcoming mixtape “Obedient Vibrations” which is due out on November 17th via Portland’s Drop Medium.

We were able to ask the label about the making of the “Throat” video which was directed by Andrew Gibson.

"We just wanted Jenny to look very unique and not surrounded by anything or anyone. We had the water be a large part of the imagery due to the songs atmosphere and vague rhythmic structure. We did the smokey chain shots in a closet. We had to buy a lot of old, shitty televisions and just turned them on to static to add some weird lightning effects. I think at the time we were just sort of thinking of spooky sci-fi horror movies and the imagery/ lighting associated with those - movies like The Thing, Videodrome, Crash etc. We definitely wanted it to be hypnotizing and haunting but in a way that supported the song.”

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Lucille Furs @ Beat Kitchen

Psychedelic group Lucille Furs recently released their self-titled debut album. It is available here digitally, but clearly feels like it was meant to be played on vinyl. I would not be surprised if it came that this band were actually mystical time travelers. They don’t just pay tribute to Psych bands of the past but fully embrace the sound and esthetic. However, these songs are not gimmicks, they have an artistic core that can not be overlooked.

You can catch Lucille Furs at Beat Kitchen on November 1st with Frankie and The Witch Fingers and Flash Flash Comfort.

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