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The Dead Licks "What Happened"

The Dead Licks released a new single this week called “What Happened”. This is the first new music we’ve had from the Alt Rock Quartet since their early 2018 debut LP, Stay Away from the Aliens.

This is the first of two singles the band has planned for the first half of 2019 before they release their sophomore album.

You can catch The Dead Licks tonight, May 3rd, at Harte’s Saloon in Evergreen Park.

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A bit of fun: Alt-rockers Lights of Marfa cover Billy Joel's "Big Shot"

And now, for something completely different. Lights of Marfa share the Nashville alt-rock scene with colleagues like The Ivins; their thunderous sound shakes stages around town. Recently, the band have pushed themselves to put out a new single each month; last month's single, an original called "Live To Forget", had a ballad-like quality to it, and February's "Run To You" was a straightforward rock cover of the Bryan Adams original. This month, Lights of Marfa have again chosen to go for a cover, this time giving their alt treatment to Billy Joel's 1978 single "Big Shot". Joel's version laid heavy on the rock elements, making it a timeless track that any modern rock band could tackle with ease. Lights of Marfa do it justice without stripping the original of its fire; take a listen for yourself down below. - Will Sisskind

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Alt Rock

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Band name: 
Zombie Sundae
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/zombiesundae/
Venue name: 
Arlene's Grocery
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Alt Rock

Time: 
18:00
Band name: 
Zombie Sundae
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/zombiesundae/
Venue name: 
The Kingsland
Band email: 
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Nicotine Dolls debut with addictive single "Fake," play Connolly's 06.28

Up for a dose of new music? There is a new group roaming the concrete jungle, wielding a debut single that demands attention.“Fake” has a luring quality to it, with its glaze of post-punk and Southern rock it immediately recalls the panache that catapulted Kings of Leon to the top of the charts. The single of NYC’s Nicotine Dolls is smooth in its delivery of flexible tempos, intricate harmonies, and gritty lead vocals that make way for a ripping guitar solo which culminates the song. The band is debuting with a solid entry and will be undoubtedly playing the single at their next show at Connolly’s NYC on June 28. We have the release here for you below. - Rene Cobar

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