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Scattered Trees "Love and Leave"

You've got love a band that is not afraid to have a little fun. Check out Scattered Trees in their Star Wars outfits. If you are heading to SXSW be sure to keep an for these guys.

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California Wives "Tokyo"

California Wives have released a new single called "Tokyo". The track was recorded during their session for the debut ep Affair, but just didn't seem to fit in with that session.

The band will be performing at 7 different SXSW showcases and then coming back home to perform at Empty Bottle on April 1st.

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Houses Tour Video

Houses have release a cool little tour video documenting their time on the road through the Midwest with Baths and Braid.

The duo will be performing at four different showcases at SXSW and then heading out on the road this May with The One AM Radio.

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Ami Saraiya and The Outcome

One of the more distinct voices in town belongs to Ami Saraiya. She mixes jazz-filled vocals with an edge that is powerful. On her new ep she has teamed up with The Outcome to establish a sound that is rather eclectic.  Ami wrote these songs will working the nightshift as a nurse se at Illinois Masonic.

Ami Saraiya and The Outcome will be celebrating the release on March 10th at Schubas with Jared Bartman and Julie Meckler.

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Urge Overkill is Back!

Six months ago we brought news that Urge Overkill was working on a new album and gave you a sample in the form of the track "Effigy". Now, we have concrete details. The album will titled Rock&Roll Submarine and will be released on May 10th on their own label UO Records.

The reformed lineup is made up of original singer-guitarists/songwriters Eddie “King” Roeser and Nash Kato, along with drummer Bonn Quast (Polvo; The Cherry Valence) and bassist Hadji Hodgkiss (Gaza Strippers).

Urge Overkill will be performing at The Bottom Lounge on May 20th.

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