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The Mizzerables "Whatever… This Sucks”

The Mizzerables have released a lyric video for their new single “Whatever… This Sucks”. This is the title track from punk trio’s forthcoming album which is due out on August 23rd.

You can help The Mizzerables celebrate the release of their album on August 22nd at Reggie’s Music Joint with Nightcap, Butchered, and Benny and the No Goods.

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JukeBots

Punk EDM duo JukeBots released several track a couple of months ago on their Soundcloud. These are the catchy, dance floor bangers created by two “robots”, K-Bot on programming, guitar, bass, and more and Z-Bot on vocals, guitar and keys.

You can catch JukeBots on August 30th at Hobart Art Theatre in Hobart, IN with Broken Robots, Balqrock and Buddy Danger.

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Harm’s Way @ Beat Kitchen (8/7)

Hardcore band Harm’s Way is kicking off headlining tour with Jesus Piece, Portrayal Of Guilt, And Fuming Mouth tomorrow night, August 7th, at Beat Kitchen.

They recently released a remix album called “PSTHMN”, which feature remixes of four songs from their 2019 album Posthuman (Feb. 2019, Metal Blade).

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The Darling Suns

The Darling Suns have released their debut full-length album called Midnight Feelings. The band released the album two lead single, “Raspberry Homecoming” and “Loving You”, over the last couple of months and below is a live video of there DZ Records performance of “Raspberry Homecoming”.

This is the work of Robert Krause (Guitar/Lead Vocals), John Stenger (Guitar/Synth/Vocals), Lindsey Ward (Violin/Vocals), Sam Rorie (Bass) and Charlie Dresser (Drums/Percussio).

You can catch The Darling Suns at Subt (Downstairs) on August 17th with Sick Day and Morgan Powers.

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Understudy “Sun Bleached Gauze”

Understudy has teamed up with Chicago Research to release a new collection of Lo-Fi, warped, dark Synth-Pop songs called “Sun Bleached Gauze”.

This is Understudy’s third album in as many year’s, but unlike previous album, this one is a accompanied by a volume of Understudy’s original visual art.

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