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Better Love "Stay With Me"

Indie Pop band Better Love released their new EP, “All I Ever Wanted Is To Be Where You Are”, last week. This is the band’s second EP, and it contains the sparkling summer jam, “Stay With Me”, below.

You can help Better Love celebrate the release of their EP on August 9th at Beat Kitchen with Capital Soirée, The Happy Alright, and Co-Stanza.

Photo by Kaitlyn Johnston

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My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult Fall Tour

Back in February local Industrial music veterans, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, released their thirteenth album, In the House of Strange Affairs. This marked the first new music from the group since 2014 and first since celebrating 30 years in the industry back in 2017. Below is the album’s title track, “Strange Affairs”.

Last week the band announced a fall tour in support of the album with special guest Curse Mackey (Pigface). You can catch TKK on November 7th at Chop Shop.

 





Mielo

24 year-old producer and musician Mielo has had an epic first half of 2019. He released his debut EP, “Anywhere But Here”, back in the Spring and last week dropped a remix of the latest single from LA’s Crywolf.

Having organically built a following over the last few years, Mielo is poised to be one of the biggest artists to come from our city in awhile.

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Song Premiere: Trickshooter Social Club “Duck and Run"

We are proud to be able to premiere a new song, “Duck and Run”, from the forthcoming album, American Experiment, from Trickshooter Social Club. This is the band’s third studio album, and first since 2016’s Generator. “Duck and Run” is a scorching blues-tinged rocker that definitely gave us something we wanted.

This is the work of Steve Simoncic, Larry Liss, James McNaughton, Chris Bartley, Chris Ellison, Maggie Mitchell, Beltran Del Campo, and Ruth Margraff.

You can help Trickshooter Social Club celebrate the release of their album at Silvie's Lounge on July 12th with William Sides Atari Party, The Architects of Beauty and Liz and the Baguettes.





Algebra Suicide "Horizon"

San Francisco reissue label Dark Entries is releasing a new collection of music from ’80’s Avant Garage duo Algebra Suicide called “Still Life” on July 12th.

This was the work of eventual husband and wife duo of poet Lydia Tomkiw and multi-instrumentalist Don Hedeker. They formed the duo in 1982 and steadily released music until their break-up in 1995.

“Still Life” is collection for tracks taken from the duo’s debut LP, Big Skin along with several tracks taken from their 1988 compilation, The Secret Like Crazy.

The first single from “Still Life” is called “Horizon” and originally appeared on the 1986’s LP, Big Skin.

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