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Cait Arq "Michael"

Independent Pop and Soul Singer Cait Arq recently released her debut single, “Michael”. This is something of a traditional torch song you may find in a broadway musical making instantly standout when shuffling through new releases these days. The single is taken from Arq’s forthcoming EP which is due out later this month.

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New Track: "A Whole New Jupiter" - Writhing Squares

Out of the Ether is the forthcoming album from Philly sound sculptors Writhing Squares, which is slated for release on January 25, 2019 via Trouble In Mind Records. Exploring an extensive futuristic landscape within the free jazz jam of “A Whole New Jupiter,” the continuous thump of synth and percussion drives this progression. That relentless ferocity eventually branches off into pockets of intriguing experimentation. A heart-racing unpredictability finds a heaviness that manages to maintain a grounded cohesion no matter how far the nearly twenty-minute adventure spirals outward.





Korean Jeans “Wyborcy Wybiora”

Experimental Tuba and Drum duo Korean Jeans, Beth MacDonald and Neal Markowski, released a new split single last week called "Midterm: An Election Day Benefit for the Brennan Center for Justice".

Their contribution is called “Wyborcy Wybiora” and it is a thundering mixture of drone and post-punk. This is their first release of 2018, and it follows up their 2017 album “Bad Times”.

The b-side is a track from Wowza in Kalamazoo called “Lament”, and all proceeds from this single will be donated to Brennan Center for Justice.

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Wooden Rings "A Bell"

Chamber-Folk group Wooden Rings has released a new track called “A Bell”. This is the group lead by songwriter, guitar player, and vocalist Ramah Jihan Malebranche with Nathan Stanley (Drums), Alex Brescanu (Bass/Vocals), and Elizabeth Arakaki (Vocals/Glockenspiel). This is their first single since 2016 and it focuses on our inability to take things back and unring that bell.

Wooden Rings will be performing on November 17th at Catcus Club in Milwaukee.

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SHEL play The Back Corner 11.16 to benefit Music Health Alliance

Quite a bit is happening for SHEL these days. The four Holbrook sisters who make up the group -- Sarah, Hannah, Eva, and Liza -- have a show on November 16th at The Back Corner benefiting the Music Health Alliance. Their harmonies and catchy indie pop tunes, which they've honed since their official formation in 2010, align them with HAIM, although SHEL's music takes a bit more of an experimental and often more atmospheric turn. Along with their extensive touring and playing for benefit shows, the Holbrooks have also teamed up with composer Kevin Dailey to score the Facebook Watch series Queen America, which follows the trials of Catherine Zeta-Jones as Vicki Ellis, an Oklahoma pageant coach. The series begins on November 18; SHEL will host an online Facebook Live watch party before the premiere. But until then, you can catch them live on 11/16 at The Back Corner, and watch their latest video -- for their single "Send My Kiss" -- below. - Will Sisskind

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