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Mark Solotroff "Symmetrical Spaces Of Communication"

Mark Solotroff, of Anatomy of Habit and BLOODYMINDED, has released a new 60 minutes, two track, album of solo synth music called Symmetrical Spaces Of Communication via BloodLust!. This is his second solo album of 2018, and it is filled with a wide array of unsettling and imaginative Synth soundscapes.

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Julian Xtra “Lil Intro Vert"

Chicago-born, LA-based Hip Hop artist Julian Xtra has dropped his latest single, “Lil Intro Vert”. This follow-up his hit single, “Everybody Eatin’”, which was released right at the end of the summer.

Julian left Chicago for the LA last year, and seems to have really hit his stride. Below is the Alexander Perfilyev animated video for “Lil Intro Vert”.

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Gerrit Hatcher "Parables For The Tenor"

Tenor Saxophonist Gerrit Hatcher released his latest album, Parables For The Tenor, via Astral Spirits today, December 7th. This album, his second solo album, is just Hatcher and his sax over 6 tracks amplifying the amazing array of sounds both can produce.

You can catch Gerrit Hatcher with Angel Dat David, Julian Kirshner, and Peter Maunu at The Beat Kitchen on December 12th, and at Elastic Arts on January 10th as part of the trio Devouring the Guilt.

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Para//el

Para//el is an up and coming EDM producer, and he released his first single “Meraki” back in July. Since then he has released two addictive remixes, and is working on his follow-up single now.

Para//el is a part of the label ID & Ego Records and both are actively promoting great music in and around Chicago.

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Lucille Furs "Another Land"

Lucille Furs have released the first single and title track, “Another Land”, from their forthcoming LP which is due out on February 15th via Requiem Pour Un Twister.

As the band has come to be known, this first single is airy Psych Pop that will transport you a California beach in the late ’60’s.

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