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Save The Clocktower gets Remixed

Save The Clocktower has released a remix of their track "Into The Fire". The band released their latest LP back in February and they are performing on May 14th at The Abbey with Kid Koala, Cave & Loyal Divide.


Bailiff Red Balloon

Bailiff is trying to finish and release their debut album Red Balloon, but they are looking for a little support. The band has created a kickstarter page and truly deserve the added support. "Bend it like Bailliff"!

As stated in the video the band is planning to release the album on June 4th at Lincoln Hall.


From Our Open Blog: Company of Thieves Live!

Company of Thieves have released seven live videos from there Logan Square Auditorium show in November of 2009. The band rips through some of their live staples including "Oscar Wilde" and "Pressure". They also touch on the lesser known live track "Even in the Dark". The song above is a track off COTs new album Running From A Gamble out May 17th on Wind Up Records. Although something tells me "Look Both Ways" has grown up a lot since this recording. The whole batch of videos was produced by Hollus frontman Jamison Acker and Company of Thieves.


Chrissy Murderbot "Women Studies"

Local DJ Chrissy Muderbot will be releasing his thrid full-length album Women's Studies on May 9th through Planet Mu. The first single from the album is the catchy and addictive track "Bussin' Down". The single was released on April 4th and the video is below.

Chrissy will be celebrating the release on May 26th with a set at Smart Bar. He will also be performing at the Pitchfork Music Festival on July 16th.


Names Divine

This 11 member collective is about to unleash their wild and raw debut album on our fair city. Names Divine currently has the album, Something Vague and Maybe Rotting up on bandcamp for free, and will officially be releasing it on May 13th. The album is dark and heavy with vocals by Kendra Calhoun and Jillian Musielak that seem primal and almost painful, but always deliver something satisfying. As I said this is an eleven piece band that lists four drummers, trumpet, clarinet, theremin, bird flute, & harmonica. Names Divine delivers an experience really unmatched right now in Chicago.

You can check Names Divine on May 13th at Mortville for the official release party.


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