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Time: 
18:00
Band name: 
Human Host
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/Human-Host-8972579743/
Venue name: 
Elsewhere
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Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
A Place Both Wonderful and Strange
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/aplaceboth/
Venue name: 
Mercury Lounge
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The Dreebs (members of PC Worship) play album release at Secret Project Robot 05.31

There are currently three singles out from The Dreebs' upcoming album Forest Of A Crew and each is a dark, musically mysterious taste of the band. The three members have all spent time with New York avant-punk group PC Worship and it shows. Adam Markiewicz fronts with half-shouted, half-rapped vocals and dissonant, droning violin that would make John Cale and the Velvet Underground proud, Jordan Bernstein’s guitar contributions are twisted into metallic clangs, and Shannon Sigley’s drums thump with a dark fervor. The Dreebs will co-headline a release show at Secret Project Robot on May 31, the day before Forest Of A Crew is released via Ramp Local Records, alongside The Sediment Club, who released Stucco Theives on May 25. – Cameron Carr

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Bonzo Terks

Experimental Free Jazz group Bonzo Terks are prepping to release a new cassette called We Bought A Boat. This is the follow-up to their 2014 LP, People You Should Know Vol. 1, and is their fourth studio album. The first track on the album is call “Blow My Job” and can be streamed below.

Bonzo Turks will be celebrating the release of their new tape on June 9th at aliveOne (2683 N Halsted St)with Hanging Hearts.

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Woodhead headlines video release show 05.30 at The Footlight

The music made by New York art-punk quartet Woodhead takes in equal parts from the complexity of progressive rock and the immediacy of punk. Full of abrupt rhythms, squalling guitars, and moments of unhinged screaming by guitarist/vocalist Vern Woodhead, it’s a sound that’s conscious of its ability to be challenging and abrasive. It can be heard on 2016’s El Inmortal, from the twisted garage pop of “Boys Float” to the flurry of free jazz saxophone on “El Perro.” On May 30, Woodhead will release a new video for a track called “Four Corners.” You can catch the band live that night at The Footlight. – Cameron Carr

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