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Jennifer Hall “In The Water”

Jennifer Hall has released a new single called “In The Water”. This is the first new music we have had from Hall since 2015, and we are so happy to have her voice back in our ears!

 





Bossa IV "Forget Your Name"

Bossa IV (aka Matthew McGarry) is preparing to release his latest album, Forget Your Name, on October 18th. This is the first new music we have had from McGarry since 2016’s Votive, and it was motivated by an unusual and sudden bout of deafness. The album was written after he lost all of the hearing in his left ear due to something called sudden sensorineural hearing loss. It only lasted for ten days, but he was told at the time that it may be permanent.

Below is the video for the album’s lead single “Forever Numb”.

You can catch Bossa IV on October 16th at Downstairs (at SubT) with Kid Hawk and King Tut’s Tomb.

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Joe Goodkin “Paper Arrows"

Joe Goodkin released his latest album, Paper Arrows, today. This is the first new music from this singer/songwriter since 2017, and is a tribute to the band of the same name he founded over a decade ago.

Compared to his previous EP’s this album is more stripped down, raw, intimate approach from Goodkin and it really pays off.

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Jack Larsen “Vanity”

Jack Larsen has released a new single called “Vanity”, the latest from his debut full-length album Mildew. The album is scheduled to be released on October 23rd via Closed Sessions.

You can help Larsen to celebrate the release of Mildew at Schubas on November 19th.

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DPCD "False Virtue"

DPCD has released his sophomore album, False Virtue, and the video for the album’s lead single, “No Will”, below. This is primarily the work of singer and songwriter Alec Watson.

For this album Watson was joined by Samantha Connour, Jesse Bielenberg, Kenan Serenbetz, and Ethan Parcell.

Watson’s music is perfect for a cool Fall Midwestern evening, and that could not be felt more than in the album’s closing track “Moon Gazing”.

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