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Jamila Woods "Giovanni"

Jamila Woods has released an amazing video for her new single “Giovanni” which was released today, October 16th, via Jagjaguwar in partnership with Closed Sessions.

This is Jamila’s first release since her acclaimed 2017 debut album HEAVN.

You can catch Jamila Woods on November 3rd at Concord Music Hall with Gallant, and at Harold Washington Cultural Center on Nov. 30th for her final performance of HEAVN.





Ashen Swan "Circadian"

Ashen Swan (aka Nathan Kwon) is preparing to release a new album called Circadian on October 25th. As with Kwon’s other project’s (A Veiled Frame In Amber, Crawl Across The Sky) this is meditative ambient music. You can currently preorder the album and stream three of the tracks below.

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Dilly Dally - New Single "Doom", Lee's Palace 12.06

Dilly Dally exploded a couple years back with their hit tune “Desire” from the album “Sore”. They toured the world for a long time off that record then got quiet for a bit. Luckily it was a productive quiet and they have just released their follow up record “Heaven” which features this tune “Doom”. It begins with a dark, slow pace and a heartbeat like drum beat. The track ends up blending those eerie vibes along with catchy grunge driven melodies. If anything could be a mix of Nirvana and Alice in Chains this would be it. Dilly Dally comes home to Toronto to play Lee’s Palace on December 6th. – Kris Gies





Cold Beaches

Cold Beaches is the gritty rock n’ roll project of Sophia Nadia. This Virginia native, now based in Chicago, has recruited a group of talented musicians including Chilly Tracheae, Brandon Salazar, and Eric Novak since finding her way to our city.

Earlier this month she released her latest EP, “Stay Here”. This is the band’s second EP of 2018, following April’s “Stay Hungry”.

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Emily Brown transcends genre with ‘Bee Eater’

Oakland singer-songwriter Emily Brown’s LP Bee Eater is larger than life, featuring baroque arrangements and her own powerhouse voice. Wide in scope, the album moves from the vibrato-filled opener “That’s Not Me” reminiscent of the quirky vocal stylings of Regina Spektor to the heartbreaking “Beautiful Baby” (streaming below,) where Brown’s vocals swell over perceptive lyrics like “I was not your manifold lover / I was your miracled world / You and I weren’t made for each other / I’m not that beautiful girl.” Bee Eater is triumphant in its honesty and transcendent in its genre, showing there’s a lot more to the singer-songwriter than meets the eye. - Lilly Milman

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