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From our Open Blog: Color Card

Color Card is a three-piece experimental outfit hailing from Chicago, IL. Formed in early 2009, the band pushes the limits of the "indie" genre by incorporating various styles and instrumentation. Recently, with the help of producer/engineer Ben Kaufmann, just finished recording a few songs at Chicago's own Engine Studios. They have also just made official plans to record a full length starting in May. Listen to new songs 'Rigors' and 'Tourniquet' and stay tuned for upcoming shows at the band's myspace page.

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April 2010
My My My
"Leather Silk
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The latest album from My My My, Leather Silk, looks and reads like an under produced classic porn movie from the ‘80’s. It’s complete with cheesy actors named “Big Baddy Cosgrove”, “Captain Sage Bronson”, “Silky”, “Terrycloth Jones”, and so on. However, when you put the album it is a completely different experience. This is power pop at its finest. Filled with finely tuned electronics, sweeping guitar riffs, and dueling vocals provided by Russell Baylin and Sarah Snow. I would compare their current sound to that of Headlights, especially when Snow is taking the lead.There is not a lull in this album, which means you will never stop moving. The centerpiece of this ten-track album is the song “Swoon”, and in a way it sums up the album. The looping electronic open leading to a gritty guitar riff and atmospheric keyboards, but it is the interplay of Baylin and Snow that will make you “Swoon”. My My My have far surpassed their 2008 effort, Little Cat Plays the Alpha Rave, and Leather Silk should make them one of the more sought after Chicago bands of 2010.





CD of the Month: Leather Silk

The latest album from My My My, Leather Silk, looks and reads like an under produced classic porn movie from the ‘80’s. It’s complete with cheesy actors named “Big Baddy Cosgrove”, “Captain Sage Bronson”, “Silky”, “Terrycloth Jones”, and so on. However, when you put the album it is a completely different experience. This is power pop at its finest. Filled with finely tuned electronics, sweeping guitar riffs, and dueling vocals provided by Russell Baylin and Sarah Snow. I would compare their current sound to that of Headlights, especially when Snow is taking the lead.

There is not a lull in this album, which means you will never stop moving. The centerpiece of this ten-track album is the song “Swoon”, and in a way it sums up the album. The looping electronic open leading to a gritty guitar riff and atmospheric keyboards, but it is the interplay of Baylin and Snow that will make you “Swoon”. My My My have far surpassed their 2008 effort, Little Cat Plays the Alpha Rave, and Leather Silk should make them one of the more sought after Chicago bands of 2010.

My My My will be celebrating the release of Leather Silk on May 8th at Bottom Lounge.

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New Stanley Ross

Stanley Ross (aka Nicholas Meiers) is back with a free ep, MN-EP from Rock Proper. This EP follows his two self-released albums and finds him working with some new musicians and creating a new sound. The album features Tim Cronin of Camera Obscura, Domenico Ferri of Brother Truck, and many other talent musicians. The EP was produced by Gary Burger of 60’s legends The Monks! It is a subtle slow burner that will guide you into the summer.

 

MN-EP will be released on April 6th, and will be a free digital album. Stanley Ross plays with Joe Jack Talcum of The Dead Milkmen at Schubas on April 8th.

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Bring Yourself

The new video from Oh My God is amazing. "Bring Yourself" was conceived and created by Dan Bigelow and the track comes from their latest album, The Night Undoes the Work of the Day (Split Red Records).

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