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Village on Giant System

This week's Giant System video feature one of my favorite new bands in the Village. The band will be performing at Lincoln Hall on July 14th. 

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Brett Easton Ellis Novel

Netherfriends is finishing his 50 Songs 50 States tour when lands back in Chicago for Pitchfork Music Festival on July 17th. He will also play at Double Door on the 18th.

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From our Open Blog: Machinegun Mojo

Chicago's psychedelic folk rock outfit, Machinegun Mojo, is releasing their full length record "Souvenirs from the Other Side of Here" and have pre-released two of the tracks off the record for FREE DOWNLOAD JUST FOR YOU!!!! The record is set to be released on August 15th, but they need your help to get it completed. Check out their Kickstarter Project page and pre-order "Souvenirs from the Other Side of Here" today for just $10. You can also receive even more ridiculously awesome rewards by donating more money to the project. The boys need to raise $3000 by August 2nd, so every dollar counts and every donation is GREATLY APPRECIATED!! For every pledged donation, Machinegun Mojo has some awesome rewards lined up for you, from free CDs, to t-shirts and posters, to a personalized thank you letter and a home cooked dinner right in your kitchen by the Mojo boys themselves. Seriously, they will cook you dinner. So download the new songs, pre-order the CD, and come see the boys live on August 12th at the Double Door. Tickets are only $5. Thanks for listening and thanks for your support.

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From our Open Blog: Paskey

Paskey makes something along the lines of new-wave alternative pop-rock. Influences orbit The Killers, R.E.M., U2, New Order and Joy Division. Imagine rhythmic programming, synths, echoing guitar lines, hushed vocals. A modern artist with a summer cottage in 1987. Just released a video for "These Saturday Nights" that was recorded on a hundred-dollar camera and edited over four evenings. For a limited time you can download the latest album, "What Goes Up," for free from the band’s website.

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Kindred

This week Jenny Gillespie put her new album Kindred on bandcamp for her fans and the world to stream. The physical edition of the album will be released on July 13th, but you can now become familiar with this new and beautiful album before the release show on July 17th at Martyrs. Kindred picks up where last year’s Light Year album left off, and pushes forward. One of my favorite tracks from the album has to be “Golden Central”. It is an elegant piano ballad in the same vein as Sarah McLaughlin or Tori Amos.

Kindred is a sonically rich album that should garner much national attention. You can see Jenny Gillespie perform at Martyrs on July 17th.

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