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Kali Masi "Square Pegs"

Kali Masi recently released a collection of demos, covers, voice memos, and bedroom recordings called "Square Pegs". This is the first new release from the group since their acclaimed 2017 album Wind Instrument.

This is the Math Rock of John Garrison (Drums), Sam Porter (Guitar and Vocals), Wes Moore (Guitar and Vocals), and Anthony Elliot (Bass and Vocals).

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Mia Joy "Haha"

Mia Joy has released a new single called "Haha". This is dreamy, airy Psych Pop and the fourth single from Mia since her 2017 debut EP "Gemini Moon" which was released by Dumpster Tapes.

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Jordan Reyes "Closer"

Jordan Reyes of American Dreams & American Damage recently release a new collection of early Synth recordings called "Closer". Reyes says that these recordings are the first time he felt he was getting "Closer" to harnessing something truly special from wherever it is that great music flows from.

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Bridey "Pop Diary"

Bridey has released her latest EP called "Pop Diary". This comes just four months after the release of her debut album, Honey.

This is indie pop with a guitar-driven rock backbone. Our favorite track is "Strange Pains", but feel it should be accompanied by a trigger warning during these times. "Oh God, I think I got the flu again/Strange Pains are running through my lungs again".

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Paddlefish "Small Song"

Paddlefish has released the first single, "Small Song", from their forthcoming debut studio album Flyer. The band members come from around the Midwest, but are based here in Chicago while attending school. The album is about that transition of leaving home for the first time and finding yourself alone in a big city.

This is the work of Owen Misterovich (guitar, vocals, and songwriter), Bayden Fraley (bass), Missy Farrell (drums), and Zaida Wade (guitar/keyboard).

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