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Rachel Ries "Thank You Chicago Sale"

Rachel Ries is packing her bags and leaving Chicago. To say thank you and goodbye she is offering a limited edition package of goodies to her fans. In her special $30 "Farewell Chicago Bundle" you will receive her 2007 release Without A Bird on 180 gram vinyl and CD, a Without A Bird T-shirt, and a jar of Rachel's homemade jam!.

Rachel's last Chicago show is this Saturday at The Hideout with Detholz!

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Big'n is Back

In May the French Label African Tape will be releasing Big'n's first new music since 2000. The new Ep will be called Spare The Horse, and feature four new tracks. The tracks were recorded by Greg Norman at Electrical Audio earlier this year. Currently it will only be released as vinyl import, but if you enjoy the spastic sounds of this classic noise markers it will be well worth it.

The French label also release a collection of singles and unreleased tracks by Big'n last month called Dying Breed.

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Salva Complex Housing

Salva has released his new album Complex Housing via Friends of Friends Music and is available in a baby blue vinyl edition. He also premiered a new video for their track "Keys Open Doors" today on Pitchfork Tv, and released a new podcast via xlr8r. Paul Salva is really pushing Chicago house into a new realm with this one.

Salva will be performing at SXSW on 3/18 @ 9pm at the Surefire Showcase @ Barcelona.

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Campfires "Dusty Mansions"

Campfires is releasing a new 7" called "Dusty Mansions" on Small Plates Record (the new imprint from I Guess I'm Floating and YVYNYL music blogs) on April 12th. Campfires is primarily the work of Jeff Walls, and he is making a name for the band in the thriving Chicago experimental scene. You can preorder the album now.

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Detholz! Death To The Traitor

Detholz! has released a new digital album that you can pay what you like for on bandcamp. Death To The Traitor combines interesting instrumentation and sparse rhythms with historical themes and images. The album is fun and danceable in spite of some of the heavier themes.

Detholz! will be celebrating the release of the album at The Hideout with Rachel Reis (her farewell to Chicago show) on March 19th.

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