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Video: Icy Demons "Who There / Spywatchers"

Middle Mind Project have released a video for the Icy Demons track "Who There / Spywatchers".

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Big Colour's Centuries of Summers

Big Colour are back with a new digital ep that can be downloaded for free through their bandcamp page. This is the band's second ep this year. The ep is called Centuries of Summers and features six new track including the "Red Silk Bow" from the the above video.

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Secret Colours "Popstar"

Secret Colours premiered their new video for their track "Popstar" today. The band will be performing with Ume at Mayne Stage (1328 W Morse Ave) on October 17th at 8pm.

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From Our Open Blog: Silhavey @ Subt

Silhavey has released a video performing an excellent live cover of both the Colbert Report and Daily Show theme songs, replete with an overdose of American flags and suits and ties. In the video, Silhavey announces that they will be attending the rally in Washington on October 30th. After asking Colbert directly to actually perform at the march, the music is a tight, dead-on live cover of the theme songs, including live trumpet played by keyboard player and lead singer Stephen Dranger -- and despite being live, the sound quality is actually quite good. If you want to see Silhavey in Chicago, come to their show at the Subterranean on Wednesday, October 13th at 8:00PM!

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Chaperone's Cripple King

The debut ep from the five-piece Chaperone is called Cripple King and will be released next month. The band mixes lo-fi aesthetics with a strong sense of pop. The band used everything from laptops to untuned pianos to space-heaters to create a interesting texture for this ep. The ep was recorded in various spaces and at various times which it also lends itself to the lo-fi sound.

Chaperone is celebrating the release of Cripple King on October 14th at Subterranean with Dastardly, Elephant Gun, and Dylan Kloska.

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