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From Our Open Blog: Calm Palm Vapor

Calm Palm Vapor is based on the Southside of Chicago (McKinley Park and Brighton Park), make Space Motown / Dreamstream music and perform all over the world. Pierogi (melodies) and secretwars (beats) teamed up to create this project in January of 2010 after realizing how stale the scene in Chicago had become. Now the two are combining forces to make textured and layered music by the Joe Meek standard of "if it sounds good, it IS good". The group plans to tour extensively and win over crowds wherever they end up.

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Who is Bad City?

Yes, they are the number one band on our chart, but why. Well, they released their debut album Welcome To Wastleland on August 24th, and announced a major tour with Smashing Pumpkins on the same day. The band plays straight '80's style hair metal and are quite proud. Signed to Atlantic Records, Bad City proves that arena rock lives.

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CD of the Month: Darling

After releasing two well-received ep's Darling is ready to unveil their debut LP, Lights That Last Forever. Darling formed back in 2003, but aside from singer/songwriter Jeff Schneider they are a completely different band. The trio plays their brand of indie pop and have been playing in this current configuartion since 2006. The mixture of Nick Voss' rythemic bass and the driving force of Don Ogilive's drumming make this release sonically compelling.

On their full-length debut the band attempts to tell a story in a way. This is very much a story about dealing with life and all of its dreams and very realities. The album opens with a "Heart Attack" and ends with the hope of coming together in "Gathered". Musically, Darling has never sounded better. Lights That Last Forever will be released on color vinyl, digipak, and mp3 on Sept 28th by Cardboard Sangria.

Darling will be celebrating this release at The Hideout on September 16th with Rachel Eve and Tin Tin Can.

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September 2010
Darling
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After releasing two well-received ep's Darling is ready to unveil their debut LP, Lights That Last Forever. Darling formed back in 2003, but aside from singer/songwriter Jeff Schneider they are a completely different band today. The trio plays their brand of indie pop and have been playing in this current configuartion since 2006. The mixture of Nick Voss' rythemic bass and the driving force of Don Ogilvie's drumming make this release sonically compelling. On their full-length debut the band attempts to tell a story in a way. This is very much a story about dealing with life and all of its dreams and very realities. The album opens with a "Heart Attack" and ends with the hope of coming together in "Gathered". Musically, Darling has never sounded better. Lights That Last Forever will be released on color vinyl, digipak, and mp3 on Sept 28th by Cardboard Sangria.





A Million Miles (From Where We Were Last)

My Gold Mask announced details on their upcoming 4 song vinyl release, A Million Miles (From Where We Were Last), which is due out Nov. 13th. The first official single, "A Million Miles (From Where We Were Last)" will be released on Sept 10 and premiered during the band's performance at the Phillip Lim store for Fashion's Night Out in New York City. You can stream a track called "Bobbi" which will appear on this release. This is also the date when the album will be available for pre-order.

The record release for A Million Miles (From Where We Were Last) will take place at Schubas on Nov. 13th, but My Gold Mask will be performing at South Belmont Harbor w/ SSION on Sept. 5th as part of Festival J.O.E. presented by Redmoon Theater.

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