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Anaji Jones & Boathouse "Futurama"

Closed Sessions label mates Anaji Jones and BoatHouse have released the first single, “Futurama”, from their forthcoming EP. This track is energetic and grimey, and a great sign for what’s to come on the EP.

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Close Kept

The trio of Charlie Wynne, Loc Tran and Scott Hartge known as Close Kept released their latest album, Better Yet, last week via Flesh and Bone. The album, their first since 2016 and first as a trio, is collection of tracks recorded over the last three years.

The album’s lead single is also the title track, “Better Yet”, but out favorite track remains the earnest and meditative song they performed last year for Sofar Chicago, “Basement Steps”.

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The Bellwether Syndicate "Republik"

The Gothic duo of William Faith and Sarah Rose Faith, also known as The Bellwether Syndicate, recently released a new single called “Republik” via Sett Records. This is their first single of 2018 and the follow-up to their 2017 debut EP “The Night Watch”.

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Ness Heads “Pretty” Video

Ness Heads has released the Exhbit 91 directed video for her most recent single, “Pretty”. The track has an addictive beat created by Chicago Native, LA-Based produce Vince Nantes.

Ness Heads is the heavy hitting Hip Hop persona of Vanessa Ortiz, and “Pretty” is her third and potentially breakthrough single. The lyrics may come across as verbose, but we actually see them as empowering as this track was written in response to unkind words thrown her way by an acquaintance.





femdot. "Snow In July" Video

femdot. has released a beautifully scenic black and white video for his track “Snow In July”. The track is taken from his recent LP Delacreme 2 (Closed Sessions), and features production from CRL CRRL and vocals from Johari Noelle.

You can catch femdot. at Lincoln Hall on December 21st with Shawnee Dez and L.A. VanGogh.

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