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Dead Ending “(It’s Not) What You Believe”

Dead Ending released a new single, “(It’s Not) What You Believe” b/w “Painkiller”, last week via Alternative Tentacles. This is the first new music we have had the from the hardcore band since 2017.

This is the work of Hardcore legends Vic Bondi, Jeff Dean, Derek Grant, and Nate Gluck.

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The Child of Eve

The Child of Eve is the earnest folk music of Benjamin Groth. He released his debut EP, “Bramble”, earlier this year, and it is beautiful, thoughtful independent music.

You can catch The Child of Eve at Bitter Jester Festival in Highland Park on June 14th.

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Will Bennett & The Tells "Charades"

Will Bennett & The Tells recently released the first single, “Charades”, from their forthcoming album, All Your Favorite Songs, which is due out July 22nd. This is the Alt-Country band’s first album single 2016’s, Wichita.

In addition to singer/songwriter Will Bennet, The Tells are primarily Wilson Brehmer (Guitar), Ethan Kenvarg (Bass), and Daniel Martinson (Drums, Backing Vocals).

You can catch Will Bennet & The Tells at The Owl on May 8th with Blind Adam & The Federal League.





Malci "Papaya!"

Malci released his latest album, Papaya!, this week. This is experimental Hip Hop that blends jazz, funk, found sounds, and more while creating complex beats to support Malci’s inventive lyrics.

This is the follow-up to Malci’s 2017 album, Do You Know Yourself, and a fine example of just how sonically diverse Hip Hop is in 2019.

You can catch Malci at Schubas on June 2nd with Jordanna and Little Church.

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Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else “Bloodletting"

Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else are preparing to release their latest album, Hot Spring, on May 17th via Run For Cover. You can currently stream the LP’s first two singles “Bloodletting” and “Here Comes The Snow” below.

“Everyone Else” is Ben Austin (Cello), Grant Engstrom (Lead Guitar), Pat Lyons (Pedal Steel), Tina Scarpello (Vocals), and Jack Schemenauer (Percussion).

On the latest single, “Bloodletting”, the steel guitar of Lyons almost steels the show, driving the band’s sound past Americana into near Alt-Country territory. Every moment is soul searching bliss, and a perfect dim barroom soundtrack.

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