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New Track: "Mr. Danger" - Crying In Public

Crying In Public recently shared a pair of new recordings as part of the Sad Nectar demos. "Mr. Danger" is a warm, dream-pop ballad that feels as if you've entered the singer's bedroom. The ideal qualities of a new relationship are accented by the elegant clarity of the song's longing vocals. The soft, steady backbeat merges with the strums of guitar to create a soothing, lo-fi progression.

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Emily Warren
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Rough Trade NYC
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Andrew Belle "Dive Deep (Hushed)"

Andrew Belle is preparing to release new EP called “Deep Dive (Hushed)” this Friday, October 12th. He recently released the EP’s first single “Black Clouds (Hushed)”. These are slowed down, almost meditative, versions of five tracks from his latest LP, Dive Deep, which was released back in July of 2017.

You can catch Andrew Belle on October 26th at Hey Nonny in Arlington Heights. There are two shows available on the 26th so you should have a chance to see Andrew live.


New Treasure Box EP Available for Streaming & Download

Riding an experimental thread through contrasting calm and chaotic times, Treasure Junkie, the new release from Timothy MacIsaac (nubble light), a.k.a. Treasure Box, is a small gift from the future. That glitchy, free-floating groove sets a pleasant mood, as unexplored corridors are revealed. It has a contained, on-the-brink-of-collapse, burn-out atmosphere. Find that clairvoyant tunnel in the midst of disorder.

The Lone Bellow releases new EP "The Restless" on 10.19

A new EP from The Lone Bellow is on the way, set for a release on October 19th across all platforms. The Restless already has its title track available to the public, along with a video supporting it. This new EP marks the first where the trio of Zach Williams, Kanene Donehey Pipkin, and Brian Elmquist perform without a backing band, although they've done such a thing during their live shows to fan and critical acclaim. The band recorded the songs on The Restless in the same way that they perform those sans band songs during their show: One mic, little production, and all of the elements that could impede a clean take fair game. If you hear chairs creaking or wind rustling while listening to "The Restless" or their cover of The National's "Pink Rabbits" -- another single the band's released -- then that's part of the song. The Lone Bellow supports the release of The Restless with their current TRIIIO tour, which includes shows consisting entirely of just the trio singing around a mic; their trail will take them through the Northeast down towards Nashville, where they'll perform three homecoming shows in December. Watch the video for "The Restless" below. - Will Sisskind 


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