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George Arthur Calendar "Honey Bebe"

Dream Pop musician George Arthur Calendar is back with his second single of 2022, "Honey Bebe".

The new single is accompanied by the wild self-directed video below.

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Annie's Takeout "W-wired"

Annie's Takeout recently released a new two song EP called "W-wired". This is the work of the duo of Preston Treece and Collin McCormick.

You can catch Annie's Takeout tonight, December 2nd, at The Raven Room (4702 N. Ravenswood) with Division Point, Blue Car, and Harrision Gordon Has A Band.

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Ghost Forest “Le Savage”

Post-Punk group Ghost Forest has released the first single, "Le Savage", from their forthcoming self-titled debut album which is due out on December 9th.

This is the work of drummer James Kimball (The Laughing Hyenas, Mule), singer and guitarist Scott “Gub” Conway (Gauge, Even in Blackouts), and bassist Brant McCrea (creator of the infamous cult film, Chicago Rot and the band The Streetwisemen).

You can catch Ghost Forest at Empty Bottle on December 11th with Salvation, Masonic Wave, and Something Is Waiting, and on December 30th at Reggie's Rock Club with Interesting Bricks, Conan Neutron & The Secret Friends, and Fresh Hell.

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Broken Demeanor "Under Your Wing"

Broken Demeanor recently released a new single called "Under Your Wing".

This is the work of Damian H. Quijas, Marz Quilapio, Jessie Rodriguez, and Grant Potter.

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Cut Your Losses "Don't Talk"

Cut Your Losses have released their latest single, "Don't Talk". This is the Pop Punk quartet's second release of 2022 following up their EP "Growing Pains" from back in January.

This is the work of Isabella Martinez, Alexander Criminger, Joseph Martinez, and Joshua Lines.

You can catch Cut Your Losses at Downstairs (at SubT) on December 17th with The Sunflower Headlights.

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