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Release(r) “The Haze"

Release(r) has released an Alex Zarek directed video for their latest single “The Haze” from their 2018 debut EP, “Retox”.

You can catch Release(r) at RocHaus in West Dundee on March 11th with SHIM and Madame Mayhem.

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Scott Mulvahill hits NPR's Tiny Desk; plays Ryman Auditorium 03.17

Armed with his trusty upright bass, singer-songwriter Scott Mulvahill hit up NPR's Tiny Desk to play a few songs for the Internet. Having performed for years with Ricky Scaggs and rising to become one of Nashville's most accomplished bassists, Mulvahill earned the spotlight as he performed fan favorites like 2016's "Begin Againers". Though he performed that song solo, he brought his band along to perform "Gold Plated Lie", the latest single from his newest album Himalayas. Mulvahill showed his musical versatility when, after playing the rocking tune, he once again went solo with bass and bow for "Himalayas", creating a spacious sound that captivated the audience in the NPR Tiny Desk room and on YouTube viewers' screens everywhere. Mulvahill's on tour now with Lauren Daigle; he'll return to Nashville on March 17th to play the Ryman Auditorium. Catch his Tiny Desk performance below if you haven't already watched it. - Will Sisskind





Mindloss

Mindloss released their debut EP, Virulent Hymns, last week. This is heavy death metal of Stephen Szczasny (Drums, Vocals), Anthony Crisanti (Vocals), Felix Peralta-Muñoz (Bass), and Christian Guajardo (Guitars, Vocals).

This is guttural, aggressive, but oddly melodic, and a great first offering from this newly formed group.

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New Track: "All My Loving" - Ceramic Animal

“All My Loving,” the latest single from Ceramic Animal, is an expansive (almost 10 minute) musical sojourn. Steeped in a nighttime groove, the song hovers between a smooth, weightless, cruising approach and a heavier, psych-blues stomp. Those adventurous escalations continually increase the pressure, until the top appears ready to explode. What results is a locked-in yet wide-reaching trip that precisely pushes the limits. You can catch Ceramic Animal at Johnny Brenda's on Tuesday, March 26, with touring compatriots Spendtime Palace.





NYC Record of the Month: Dan Francia "Come Back To Life"

One wouldn't expect the front man of self-defined "panic rock" band Flagland (a punky trio whose latest record was released in 2017) to drop a mostly instrumental record that's as delicate and well orchestrated as Dan Francia's Come Back to Life (streaming below). Released by Explolding in Sound early in 2019, the album blends an overall understated vibe with a playful, collaborative approach, consisting in several guest appearences by noteworthy local artists like The Feelies, Speedy Ortiz, Sharkmuffin, Ovlov, Field Mouse, gobbinjr and Titus Andronicus - all accurately reported in the album's Bandcamp page. Each track sounds like a humble experiment in sound exploration not necessarily aiming at forging a unified style, but succeeding at it nonetheless, creating a sound in part reminiscent of a less sample-heavy Beta Band. Those rare times when Dan's voice comes into the picture ("Come Back to Life," "No Matter What"), his gentle bedroom melodies add an extra relatable element to the record, and in the titletrack's chorus ("Come back to life, you can do anything") seem to offer the clue through which this record should be interpreted: a statement of the freedom granted by life.

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