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Maps & Atlases on Daytrotter

In case you missed it, like I did, Daytrotter posted a new session with Maps & Atlases on June 24th. The band performed three tracks from their latest album Perch Patchwork, and an unreleased track called “Ted Zancha”.

The band does not have a Chicago show scheduled right now, but will be touring the country this summer and heading to the UK in October.

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Oh Ivory!

Light Pollution recently performed their track “Oh Ivory!” for AON Sessions. The band’s track “Good Feeling” was also recently remixed by Memoryhouse.

Light Pollution will be performing at West Fest on July 11th and at Empty Bottle on July 16th.

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Noise Floor Crew

I received word today that the local label Dust Traxx will be releasing the debut ep from Noise Floor Crew (Local Hero and Lady Foursquare). The group has been making beats and remixes for the last two years and has stirred up a lot of attention in the dance community. On their debut ep they have created a whole new sound for Chicago house while keeping key traces of the classics. They also have remixes by Rob Threezy and Rampage of Ghetto Division, Edu K, Chrissy Murderbot, Thunderous Olympian and DJ Figure from Tommie Sunshine's new label, Brooklyn Fire. Here is our first taste of what we can expect from Noise Floor Crew.

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Teen Daze & Houses

One of the hottest bands on the internet, Vancouver’s Teen Daze, has partnered with our very own Houses to create a track called “Destiny”. The publicist for Teen Daze made it sound like there will be more to come from this exciting combination.

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Suns Release 2 Free EP's

Suns, a fairly new Chicago band consisting of former members of Wax On Radio, Blame Twilight, etc. have released two new EP's for FREE via their website. Go download them now and feel free to donate a few bucks so they can get them pressed. - Brendan Losch

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