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Urge Overkill is Back!

Urge Overkill is back together, and currently recording a new full-length album here in Chicago. This will be the band's first album in fifteen years. The reformed band is made up of original singer/guitarists Nash Kato and Eddie “King” Roeser, along with drummer Brian “Bon” Quast (also in Polvo) and bassist Mike “Hadji” Hogkiss. They will be performing at the Samuel L. Jackson-hosted Friar’s Club Roast of Quentin Tarantino on October 1st, and at Mercury Lounge in New York on Oct. 4th. Below is the first song they have released from these new sessions.

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Soak It Up

Houses have released a second track from the forthcoming debut album, All Night (Lefse, Oct. 19th). The song is called "Soak It Up", and it is just as stunning as "Endless Spring". The duo will make their stage debut at CMJ Festival in New York on October 20th.

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Project Film

Megan Frestedt and Sam McAllister are friends, record label owners, record producers, and the duo known as Project Film. Megan and Sam will be releasing their debut, Chicago, on November 9th. Here is a sneak peak at of the album, and the track "Motionless".

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Last Minute Plans: Alysheba @ Quencher's Saloon

If you are looking to a break from your steady diet of indie rock head over to Quencher's Saloon tomorrow night, Sept. 14th, and check out seven-piece jazz band Alysheba. The band released their debut ep, Rattlesnake Studio Sessions, back in April. The ep was recorded and mixed by engineer Caleb Willitz at Rattlesnake Studios, and it captures the full and complex sound of the band. Alysheba mixes traditional jazz, improvisational, and rock undertones. The live session lasted 6 hours, and was mixed down perfectly. This album is a refreshing change of pace.

Alysheba is performing tonight (Sept 14th) at Quencher's Saloon at 9pm.

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Looking for Home

This Friday past Friday, Matt Ryd celebrated the release of his much anticipated debut album Looking for Home with a show at Schubas. The album features the song "Healed" which appeared on the TV show Scrubs. Matt has that songwriter's, the ability to create catchy hooks and melodies out of nowhere.

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